The Cowboys and Dolphins have had to deal with quarterback injuries for several weeks, with differing levels of success.
Dallas ran off a string of wins behind Cooper Rush before finally falling to the division rivals in Week 6.
The Dolphins entered Week 4 with a 3-0 record but started Tua Tagovailoa on a Thursday night coming
off a potential concussion and have had to play multiple quarterbacks in every game since.
The good news for both teams is that both of their QB1s are expected to return in Week 7.
Tagovailoa has already been announced as the Week 7 starter after clearing concussion protocol over the weekend,
and Teddy Bridgewater will be locked in as the backup as the top of the QB depth chart returns to normal in Miami.
The Cowboys haven't officially installed Dak Prescott as the Week 7 starter yet,
but he's expected to return to practice on Wednesday with an eye toward starting against the Lions.
I've moved both the Cowboys and Dolphins up my power ratings to make them tied with the Bengals as the seventh-best team
in the league. If Tagovailoa and Prescott immediately jump back into rhythm and lead their teams to decisive wins,
Miami and Dallas could rise in the power ratings even further.
Where power ratings for NFL betting differs is that you're affixing a point total to each team that tells you how much better or worse it is from an average team.
For example, if you think the Raiders are the midpoint of the league, their power rating would be a zero.
If you think the Chargers are a little bit better, you might make them a +1.