Jets vs. Dolphins Betting Odds, Picks & Predictions
Noah K. Murray-USA TODAY Sports. Pictured: Le’Veon Bell
- Find betting odds, expert picks and more analysis for Sunday's New York Jets vs. Miami Dolphins matchup below.
Jets at Dolphins Betting Odds & Picks
- Odds: Jets -3
- Over/Under: 42
- Kickoff: 1 p.m. ET
- TV Channel: CBS
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Our analysts and experts break down the most important angles of this game.
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The Jets are a lowly 1-6 and have been incapable of getting anything going on offense, but I like this spot for Le’Veon Bell. For the season, he has an elite 91.4% snap rate and is tied for No. 7 with 21.6 opportunities (carries plus targets) per game.
Bell has some upside, and that’s especially the case against the winless Dolphins.
It’s true that the Dolphins have had to deal with lots of negative game script, which has inflated their opponent rushing numbers, but they’ve allowed a league-high 141.7 yards rushing per game to opposing running backs.
Not all of that can be explained away because they’ve lost all their games. They’ve lost in part because they can be run on easily.
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