Dolphins vs. Jets Point Spread: NFL Predictions, Week 14 Odds

Andrew Rogers | Updated Dec 03, 2019

DeVante Parker, Dolphins, 2019

DeVante Parker has been at the center of Miami’s offensive surge. Parker has seen 10+ targets in four straight games, and turned that volume into 25 catches for 454 yards and two scores.

Miami
5-11
AT
December 08, 2019, 1:00 PM ET
MetLife Stadium
N.Y. Jets
7-9
Pointspread +5 -112
Moneyline +184
Over / Under o +47

71%

Betting Action

29%

Pointspread -5 -108
Moneyline -221
Over / Under u +47

71%

Betting Action

29%

The “Tank for Tua” hasn’t worked out at all for the Miami Dolphins, who can’t seem to stop winning. Miami looks for its fourth win in the past six games Sunday as it visits a New York Jets team coming off its worst loss of the season. The Jets handed Cincinnati its first victory of the season – a 22-6 debacle in Ohio – and are no strangers to watching teams celebrate their first win, having gone through the same situation with the Dolphins back in Week 9.

NFL Point Spread and Betting Analysis

These teams are used to close spreads; if this one holds, it will mark just the second time in the past 10 meetings that the Dolphins and Jets have seen a spread of -5 or higher. And Miami has been the superior cover option in recent encounters, having gone 5-1-1 ATS in its past seven showdowns with the Jets. And New York hasn’t been that strong a cover option overall, having gone just 3-7-1 ATS in its previous 11 games at MetLife Stadium.

 

The total for this one opened at 45 – and if recent meetings in East Rutherford are a barometer, there could be plenty of betting action on the Under. These teams have finished below the Vegas total in seven of their previous nine meetings at MetLife Stadium; all seven of those outcomes produced fewer than 40 points, including a 20-12 Dolphins victory in their previous showdown in New Jersey back in September 2018.

Miami Dolphins

The Dolphins are still struggling to stop anyone – having allowed 31+ points in three straight games – but are showing greater competence on offence. And wide receiver DeVante Parker has been at the center of Miami’s offensive surge, finally realizing the potential he had teased for years. Parker has seen 10+ targets in four straight games, and turned that volume into 25 catches for 454 yards and two scores. The Over on his yardage total might be a good play.

New York Jets

The Jets might not finish with the worst record in the league – or even their own division – but they’ve already made history by becoming the first team in NFL history to lose to two different teams that entered the game with a record of 0-7 or worse. And you can expect squeaky wheel Le’Veon Bell to get more work in this one; he has been limited to 22 total carries over the previous two weeks, compiling just 81 scoreless yards on those attempts.

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