Miami Dolphins versus New Orleans Saints NFL Pro Football Betting Preview

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Monday Night Football will be a battle of the undefeated teams as the Miami Dolphins will travel to face the New Orleans Saints from NFL action scheduled for September 30th. The Dolphins and Saints will get things started from the Superdome in New Orleans with ESPN TV providing the coast to coast coverage.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the home side New Orleans Saints favored by -6 ½ points with an over under line set at 48 points. Those who bet New Orleans on the money line will lay -280 odds with the take back on the road underdog Miami Dolphins at +240 odds.

The Dolphins enter play at 3-0 with victory against Indianapolis and Cleveland on the road and a home win last week against the Miami Dolphins as a -3 point betting favorite. The interesting stat for Miami this season is the fact they have been outgained in each contest. The Dolphins have allowed an average of 372 yards a game and 263 yards passing which ranks in the lower third of the NFL. The Dolphins have bent and not broken on defense but that could change as the team will be playing the high octane offense from the New Orleans Saints. In four games Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill is hitting on 66% of his throws for 827 yards with four touchdowns and two picks. The Saints in 2013 have victories in 2013 against Tampa Bay on the road and home to Atlanta and last week against the Arizona Cardinals 31-7 as a -8 point betting favorite. The Saints offense is ranked fourth in the NFL in passing yardage as they average 318 yards a game. The big news has been the play off the Saints defense as the club is allowing 295 yards per game with 184 through the air which ranks fourth best in both categories. Opponents are scoring 12.7 points a game on the Saints defense under new defensive coordinator Rob Ryan good for fifth best in the NFL.

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