Miami Dolphins versus New York Jets NFL Pro Football Betting Preview

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The NFL is in action on Saturday night December 17th as the New York Jets will host the Miami Dolphins. The Jets and Dolphins get things started from New York at 8:25PM Eastern Time and NFL Network has the coast to coast broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the road team Miami Dolphins favored by -2 ½ points with the total lined at 37 ½ points.

Miami at 8-5 is in the thick of an AFC Wildcard playoff battle in the final three weeks of the season. The team sits in a tie with Denver for the sixth and final playoff spot but there are two teams just one back of Denver and Miami contending for the final berth. The Dolphins are just 2-4 away from home this season. They did pick up a home victory last week hosting Arizona winning 26-23 as they covered as a +2 point underdog. The Dolphins responded after having their six game win streak snapped the week before at Baltimore losing 38-6. In the victory last week the Dolphins failed to hold a double digit fourth quarter lead as they allowed the Cardinals to rally to tie the score overcoming a 21-9 deficit. It took a 21 yard field goal by Andrew Franks for the win. Backup Matt Moore led the game wining drive as he relieved an injured Ryan Tannehill. The veteran Moore gets the start on Saturday. He has spent ten years in the league as a starter and backup. He last started a game back in 2011 with Miami a team he has been with now for six seasons.

The New York Jets will miss the playoffs once again as they enter with a record of 4-9. They team hit rock bottom two weeks ago as they dropped a 41-10 home decision to Indianapolis on a Monday night. They fell behind 17-3 at the half to San Francisco last week but rallied for the 23-17 road overtime victory. The Jets offense has digressed this season as the team puts up 17.6 points per game along with 222 yards passing which sits near the bottom of the NFL.

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