Betting Odds – Dolphins at Titans NFL Odds

December 15th, 2009 by Leave a comment Go to comments

NFL betting odds fans know that Tennessee (6-7) is one of the teams that nobody wants to play right now. Despite dropping a game to the Colts in recent weeks this team has 6-1 over the past two months and Vince Young has proven almost impossible to beat. Certainly the Dolphins (7-6), a team hoping to repeat as AFC East champion and grab a playoff spot, aren’t looking forward to this road NFL odds game.

With Young under center this offense has become much more effective in the NFL betting odds. This unit has been playing great ball control offense –something the Dolphins also do well- and scoring when they need too. Although Young’s passing stats are nothing to write home about he’s effective.

More than this, his presence in the lineup and his ability to scramble has opened the running lanes up for RB Chris Johnson who’s leading the NFL odds in rushing and averaging a freakish 6.0 yards per carry. Miami has a stout run defense and will make things difficult for Johnson but without nose tackle Jason Ferguson the unit isn’t quite as effective.

On offense the Dolphins have less talent than just about any team in the football odds yet somehow they get in the end zone. They have a terrible set of receivers an untested QB. The passing game is weak but RB Ricky Williams and the Wildcat is very strong. The teams are somewhat similar in this regard. Expect an ugly game in this matchup and expect Tennessee to win on its home field.

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