Bills vs. Dolphins NFL Week 7 No Juice Odds & Betting Analysis
The Miami Dolphins actually created some drama and excitement last week. They played to within a point of beating the Washington Redskins. But there was disappointment as they missed a two-point conversion that could have won the contest for them.
Now they turn around and travel to Western New York, where they will take on the surprising Buffalo Bills in an AFC East matchup that gets underway at 1 PM ET on Sunday.
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Here the numbers (where you don’t have to lay the -110):
Buffalo Bills vs. Miami Dolphins NFL Week 7 Odds by BetAnySports.eu
|Bills||-17 (-102||41 (-105)||-1275|
|Dolphins||+17 (-108)||41 (-105)||+787|
Dolphins switching QB’s – again
Okay, try to follow us here. First-year head coach Brian Flores had announced that Josh Rosen would be his starter at quarterback for the remainder of the season. However, he benched him during last week’s game at Washington in favor of Ryan Fitzpatrick, who began the season as the #1 guy.
Then Fitzpatrick almost led them to victory. After the 17-16 defeat, Flores clarified that Rosen was still the starter.
And then he changed his mind, giving the job back to Fitzpatrick.
And maybe that’s just the way this season is going to go. Getting some experience for Rosen would appear to be something useful for Miami’s management team. That way they can determine whether they might see him as the “quarterback of the future.”. After all, he WAS the 10th pick in last year’s draft.
But it could be that they have seen enough of him. Perhaps they are just going to resign themselves to looking for another QB in the draft. And there is a strong possibility that they’ll have the top pick Either way, Flores appears to be a very confused person.
Fitzpatrick will be facing his former team here. Then again, he’s so well-traveled that any time he takes the field there’s a pretty good shot of that being the case.
The lowdown on the Bills
Look, it’s true that Fitzpatrick’s experience probably gives Miami a better chance against Buffalo’s defense. The Bills are second in the NFL in points allowed per drive. They are third best in yards allowed per drive. They have yielded only three touchdown passes in five games. And they have given up just 5.1 yards an attempt, which is phenomenal.
What you want to keep in mind here is that they have gone head-to-head with Tom Brady. And in the process of allowing only 16 points, they held Brady to his lowest quarterback rating in 13 years. So don’t kid yourself; these guys mean business. And that is bad news for the Dolphins.
Too bad the Bills couldn’t get something more consistent going on offense. If they could, they’d be a much more formidable challenge for the Patriots in the AFC East. Quarterback Josh Allen is still developing; he’s thrown more interceptions than touchdown passes. But it’s not likely that Miami is going to bother him very much. They have only five sacks, few QB hurries, and have not offered a lot of support to the secondary, which has only one interception. They had Xavien Howard inactive last week; he is their best defender.
We do admit that we have our eyes on the UNDER here. The Dolphins were finally able to demonstrate what they can do against a mediocre opponents last week. The thing about it is, we’re not sure where to put Buffalo yet, because while they appear to have a first-class defense, they don’t seem prepared to run and hide from any opponent with their explosiveness (or lack of same).
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