Buffalo Bills vs Miami Dolphins News & Picks
Buffalo Bills vs Miami Dolphins Odds
|Buffalo Bills||-6 Ev||41 -110 O||-240|
|Miami Dolphins||+6 -120||41 -110 U||+200|
**Odds as of 09/18**
Straight Up (Gilad Chudler)
The Buffalo Bills had an excellent start to their season against the New York Jets, besting them 27-17. QB Josh Allen had a great game completing 33-of-46 for 312 yards and two touchdowns. He also had a whopping 14 carries for 57 yards and a touchdown.
Stefon Diggs had a decent game as well with 8 receptions for 86 yards, while John Brown had 6 receptions for 70 yards and a touchdown. It was a great start to the season for the Bills.
The Miami Dolphins fell to the New England Patriots, 21-11. Ryan Fitzpatrick completed 20-of-30 passes for 191 yards, but gave up three interceptions. One of the worst starts for any QB this season.
Their only touchdown was from Jordan Howard, who had 8 carries for 7 yards, but at least managed to find the end zone. Myles Gaskin did what he could, but his 9 carries for 40 yards wasn’t enough to put up a meaningful fight.
The Bills are looking hot and Miami will have to clean up their act moving forward. Expect a win for Buffalo.
Against the Spread (Sebastian Morera)
The Dolphins looked terrible in their season debut. Since Tom Brady left the AFC East, they had an opportunity to try and steal the division from under New England. In the end, the Fins sputtered to 21-11 finish to open the season with a loss. Now Miami has the opportunity to rebound against another AFC East rival.
The Bills opened with a 27-17 divisional victory over the Jets. Third-year quarterback Josh Allen had a great outing as he finished with 312 passing yards, 2 touchdowns and a 104.6 passer rating. Allen also had 57 rushing yards and a rushing touchdown. Cam Newton and the Patriots had some success on the ground versus the Dolphins so look for Buffalo to do the same. The Bills will walk away with this one.
Over/Under (Zack Robinson)
There’s no question that the AFC East title race will be the Buffalo Bills against the New England Patriots, and the Bills started with the right foot. QB Josh Allen (369 total yards, 3 total touchdowns) looked pretty good in Week 1 and so did the defensive unit.
The Miami Dolphins didn’t look good and this could be their second divisional loss of the season. QB Ryan Fitzpatrick was picked three times against the Pats’, but it seems the Dolphins still don’t want to risk rookie QB Tua Tagovailoa.
The total has gone over in eight of Miami’s last ten games against Buffalo. Go over once again.
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