When the Houston Texans and Miami Dolphins go back-and-forth, the rest of the NFL is going to want to follow

The bidding wars are starting to get interesting.

The bidding wars in the NFL are getting more intense than ever, as teams are making moves that could impact their playoff chances.

According to ESPN’s Todd Archer, the Houston and Miami teams are the two teams bidding the most for a Super Bowl berth, but that doesn’t mean that the rest is in play.

While both teams are in playoff contention, the bidding war between the two is starting to be a little more intense.

The Texans are in a bidding war with the Kansas City Chiefs, while the Dolphins are bidding against the Atlanta Falcons.

Archer points out that the Dolphins could make a move to the AFC South for the first time since 2010.

The team is in the middle of a long rebuild, but the Dolphins have a chance to make some big moves this offseason if they’re able to keep their players.

The bid war between Houston and the Dolphins is going on right now.