Miami Dolphins versus New York Jets NFL Pro Football Betting Preview

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Monday Night Football for December 1st will feature two AFC East rivals going head to head as the New York Jets will welcome into town the Miami Dolphins. The Dolphins and Jets will get things going from New York at 8:40PM Eastern Time and ESPN TV 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 the -7 point favorite with an over under line set at 42 points. Those playing on Miami on the money line will lay -320 odds with the take back on the home underdog New York Jets at +260 odds on the money line.

The Miami Dolphins are a 6-5 team looking to keep pace for a playoff spot in the AFC Wildcard hunt. The team has lost two straight on the road with a 4 points loss to Detroit in London and last week they were beaten at Denver 39-36. It was a painful loss for the Dolphins last week as they were taking on a banged up Broncos squad with several key injuries. Miami had success offensively and carried a 28-17 lead into the fourth quarter. Miami then gave up the next 22 points to Peyton Manning and crew and will travel to New York one game behind in the wildcard race. The Dolphins are the fifth rated defense in the NFL as they allowed 316 yards per game to their opponents this season. Quarterback Ryan Tannehill is in his third season with Miami and is completing a career best 66% of his passes with 20 touchdowns and eight picks. He has been a durable quarterback as Tannehill has not missed a start in any of his first 43 games of his NFL career. The Jets will host Miami with a disappointing 2-9 record. Geno Smith will get the start as Michael Vick suffered a wrist injury in a very bad 38-3 defeat last Monday night to the Buffalo Bills. It was a listless performance by New York who was coming off a bye week and produced a mere 218 offensive yards and allowed seven quarterback sacks.

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