Miami vs. Jets
Open: 38.5 O/U, MIA -3.5
Press time: 38 O/U, MIA -3
This game looks gross. We have a Miami offense that seemingly can't do anything against anyone, and an at least flickering Jets offense that goes against a Miami defense that's done relatively well of late, notably shutting down the Falcons in Atlanta last week. The Dolphins are allowing just 3.5 yards per carry and 7.3 yards per pass.
Josh McCown might need to carry the Jets offense. The Dolphins have limited big plays, allowing just 11 pass plays of 20 yards or more (tied for third best), but a first down percentage of 38.8 (seventh worst). If the Dolphins continue to limit downfield big plays, that would seem to leave a rough projection for sideline sparkplug Robby Anderson while improving the projections for Jermaine Kearse, Jeremy Kerley, and Austin Seferian-Jenkins. Despite their solid pass defense stats, though, the Dolphins are allowing 9.2 YPT to receivers so f You've reached the end of our free article preview.
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