A matchup between the New York Jets and the Miami Dolphins can the anti-thesis to Super Bowl, but for all the ugly things that have happened to this squad so far this season, this game is still going to be undeniably intriguing. The Jets and the Dolphins are +100000 and +300000 to win Super Bowl, respectively.
Betting Preview for the New York Jets vs Miami Dolphins NFL Regular Season Week 9 Game on November 3, 2019
Where: Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens
When: Sunday, November 3, 2019, 1:00 PM ET
TV Broadcast: NBC
Betting on the New York Jets (1-6)
They won’t say it, but the Jets’ season is now lost. The Jets head into Week 9 following a disappointing 29-15 road loss to Gardner Minshew and the Jacksonville Jaguars, 29-15. New York’s offense has plenty of problems that expands way beyond the control of quarterback Sam Darnold, but he’s also got to show some visible improvements. He has seven interceptions over his last two games. Against the Jags, he completed only 21 of 30 passes for 218 yards and two touchdowns with three interceptions. It’s not helping the Jets that they are barely getting anything from the backfield. They only had 46 rushing yards, albeit on only 14 carries, in the Jacksonville game. Having said all of that, the Jets are still the much better team overall than Miami. They should be able to carve up the Dolphins’ nonexistent defense that is allowing the most points per game and third-most total yards per contests. Le’Veon Bell can be expected to hammer Miami’s run defense that got just lit up in Week 8 by the Pittsburgh Steelers.
The over is 2-1 in the Jets’ last three games.
Betting on the Miami Dolphins (0-7)
The Dolphins are still chasing that elusive first win of the season, but at least they have shown a better quality of play on the field in last week’s 27-14 road loss to the Steelers in which they scored the first 14 points of the game. They weren’t able to keep their lead and prevent Pittsburgh from eventually forcing its way through, as the Dolphins lost their focus once the Steelers got themselves going. Ryan Fitzpatrick is likely to start again for the Dolphins after passing for 190 yards and two touchdowns with two interceptions on 21 of 34 completions. He was sacked four times, which was a reminder of how hard life is for him to direct the Dolphins’ offense behind a rickety offensive line. Fitzpatrick still has talented weapons downfield in DeVante Parker, Preston Williams, Allen Hurns, and Albert Wilson.
The Dolphins, who are averaging 11.0 points per game, are 3-0 against the spread (ATS) in their last three contests.
The Jets win, 26-20.
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