- The Miami Dolphins are 3-point favorites against the New York Jets in Week 11.
- The Dolphins have covered six straight games against the Jets.
NEW YORK – The red hot Miami Dolphins will travel to the Meadowlands to take on their AFC East rivals, the New York Jets.
The Dolphins have won two straight games and are seen as 3-point favorites going in.
Miami Dolphins Vs. New York Jets
- Moneyline: Dolphins (-160) vs. Jets (+135)
- Spread: Dolphins -3
- Total: 45 Points
Streaking Against The Jets
Luckily for the Dolphins, they have tortured the Jets in recent years having won six of their last seven games against them but have also covered the spread in their last six meetings. It is worth noting that this is the second time within their streak against the spread that legal betting sites have listed the Dolphins as 3-point favorites against the Jets in New York.
Th Dolphins have covered the spread in their last two games this season and are also 2-1-1 ATS when on the road. The Dolphins have also gone 3-2 ATS in their last five games when going in as 3-point road favorites.
On the Jets side, they have the worst record against the spread this season at 2-7 and are missing the cover by an average of 7.2 points. In situations where the Jets are a home team underdog this season, they have gone 2-2 and miss the cover by 1.2 points on average.
With the Dolphins having all the momentum on their side after their last two games, it is safe to take them to cover the spread for the seventh time in a row against the lowly Jets.
Some Light On The Game Total
Although the Under has been a common theme in their last six meetings, this time around could see the Over come alive. The Jets, ironically enough, are the best team in the league when hitting the Over going 6-3 and hitting it by an average of 6.4 points.
In the Jets last six games where they have been 3-point underdogs at home, the Over has gone 6-1 as well.
Miami, in their last three games as a 3-point road favorite, has gone 2-1 with the Over. Miami is also 2-2 with the Over in their four road games this season and hit it by 1.6 points.
At just 45 points and both defenses in the bottom 10 for points allowed, the Over could turn out to be easy money.
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