vs. Buffalo Bills - point spread and line
The point spread and betting
preview of the NFL Week 14 game Miami Dolphins vs. Buffalo
While the Pats are looking to go unbeaten this season, the
Miami Dolphins (0-12) will pay a visit to the Buffalo
Bills (6-6) this weekend to try and put at least one W this
season and avoid becoming the second team in the NFL to go
through a football season winless. The last time the Dolphins
and the Bills met was a month ago and Miami lost the game 13-10.
Things are looking even worse this time around according to the
bookmakers and at the online sportsbook
Bodog Sports, the point
spread on the Miami Dolphins vs. Buffalo Bills game is
currently sitting at -7 points chalk the Bills. The Dolphins'
opponents are turning into an easy bet for the punters, but the
bookies don't underestimate Miami and are quite conservative on
the betting odds. At another approved online betting firm
Bookmaker the line on the
Buffalo Bills is posted at -310 and the money line on the
Dolphins is listed at +260.
It may not seems so from the current
team records, but the Dolphins are actually leading the Bills in
stats. Miami's offense is putting in 281.5 yards per game for
16.3 points scored, compared with Buffalo's 274.8 yards and 15.3
points per game. Defensively, the Dolphins allow 329 yards and
the Bills allow 370.4 yards, however, Buffalo lets 22.8 points
to be scored, compared to Miami allowing 26.4 points per game.
Both football teams are currently suffering from injuries - the
Bills have reported defensive ends Copeland Bryan, Ryan Denney,
Chris Kelsay, Ryan Neill all missing Wednesday practice, as well
as Bills running backs Anthony Thomas and Marshawn Lynch,
cornerback Jerametrius Butler and linebacker Coy Wire. At the
Dolphins the following players missed Wednesday practice: RB
Jesse Chatman, WR Marty Booker, LBs Channing Crowder and Joey
Porter, as well as DTs Vonnie Holliday and Keith Traylor. Keep
in mind that Miami is 3-7-2 against the spread in its last 12
games and Buffalo is 7-2 against the spread in its last 9 games.