Miami Dolphins vs San Francisco 49ers News & Picks
Miami Dolphins vs San Francisco 49ers Odds
|Miami Dolphins||+9 -110||50½ -110 O||+350|
|San Francisco 49ers||-9 -110||50½ -110 U||-450|
**Odds as of 10/09**
Straight Up (Sebastian Morera)
The Miami Dolphins swim into this weekend’s matchup sporting a 1-3 record. The Dolphins’ lone win came against the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 3. 31-13. This past weekend, Ryan Fitzpatrick and the Dolphins did their best to keep up with Russell Wilson and the Seahawks but came up short, 31-23. Now Miami looks to try and steal another upset against San Fran in Week 5.
It looks like Jimmy G will be set to return. With him under center, San Francisco should be able to pick up this home win over Miami.
Against the Spread (Devlin Duckett)
The Miami Dolphins (1-3) play the walking wounded San Francisco 49ers (2-2) on Sunday afternoon, as both teams steel themselves for a run at the playoffs. In all three of their losses this season, the Dolphins have battled playoff-caliber teams to the bitter end. Miami lost by 10 to New England (with Cam), three to Buffalo, and eight to Seattle. Those teams are a combined 10-2, and the current 49ers team is a shell of their Super Bowl Odds squad from a year ago. Injuries have decimated San Francisco in 2020.
The Dolphins will absolutely win ATS with the bookmaker’s nine-point gift. Miami has an outside chance of winning the game outright. The Dolphins have truly been improving each and every week, and this tough road game will test their mettle. Fitzmagic will solve the Niners’ stingy second-ranked pass defense, helping to earn win #2 for Miami.
It’s Raining Ducketts: Free ATS Pick, Miami Dolphins +9
Over/Under (Zack Robinson)
The Miami Dolphins fought bravely against the Seattle Seahawks, but they have limited personnel.
Ryan Fitzpatrick is playing decently, but throwing to DeVante Parker (10 receptions, 110 yards in Week 4) is not enough. None other receiver caught the ball more than four times.
Miami averages 23.3 points per game and the total has gone over in seven of Miami’s last ten games played on a Sunday.
The San Francisco 49ers lost against the Philadelphia Eagles after a poor performance from QB Nick Mullens. If Jimmy Garoppolo is not good to go, C.J. Beathard could be the starter next Sunday.
Some of the good news for San Francisco is that TE George Kittle is back and he finished Week 4 with 15 receptions for 183 yards. Also, RB Raheem Mostert could be back.
The total has gone over in four of San Francisco’s last six games against Miami. Go over unless Garoppolo doesn’t play.