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Miami Dolphins vs. New York Jets Pick & Prediction NOV 21TH 2021

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The Miami Dolphins are on a two-game winning streak after their huge win over the Ravens. They’ve found ways to overcome their injuries and win games, something they should be proud of. However, the injuries continue to mount with five players that could be out for Sunday’s game.

Can they overcome the injuries for a third week when they take on the New York Jets?

The New York Jets recently were throttled by the Buffalo Bills. Bouncing back from a loss such as that is no easy feat. They’ll have to find a way first to boost morale and then get back to business.

The Jets have a few talented players, and each one of them will be essential to a win on Sunday. Unfortunately, they aren’t being spotted by very many points against the Dolphins.

Dolphins vs. Jets Point Spread, Money Line and Total Odds


MONEY LINE: Dolphins (-158) vs. Jets (+138)

SPREAD: Dolphins -3 (-110) vs. Jets +3 (-110)

GAME TOTAL: Over 44.5 (-110) vs. Under 44.5 (-110)

Dolphins at Jets Preview and Betting Trends

The Dolphins have found a way to secure two straight wins even with all of the injuries they’ve suffered. It is incredible to see the resilience they’ve had over the last few weeks.

However, they’ll need to tap into that resilience all over again on Sunday. Sure, the Jets might not look like much, but they can put some offense together too.

One of the main things the Dolphins need to take care of is their terrible running game. They average just 73.6 rushing yards per game, ranking last in the NFL.

This will inevitably lead to them losing games because they can’t control the pace of the game. With so many players sidelined, controlling the clock is more important than ever!

The Jets defense struggled to slow down the Buffalo offense. However, that’s an incredibly tough task for any football team.

This week they face a much worse offense, who’s also dealing with a ton of injuries. New York needs to capitalize on these shortcomings in order to win this game on Sunday.

The Jets don’t have a great offense, but they can put points on the board. Unfortunately, their defense also enjoys allowing a ton of points. On average, the Jets allow 32.9 points per game, ranking last in the NFL in points allowed. For the Jets to claim a win on Sunday, they’ll have to step it up on defense and cause turnovers.

Dolphins vs. Jets Picks (Point Spread)

Dolphins 23 - Jets 17

The Miami Dolphins have shown incredible tenacity in spite of these injuries. Considering each team has players filling up the injury report, this one becomes tough to call. However, Miami has a great record against the New York Jets.

In their last ten games, the Dolphins have gone 8-2 against the Jets.

The Jets also have been terrible against the spread this season with a record of 2-7. This record makes them an untrustworthy pick at the sportsbook. So, that being said, we’ll take the team that has battled through injuries all year, the Miami Dolphins.


1. The Miami Dolphins are 6-0 ATS in their last six games against the New York Jets.

2. The total has gone UNDER in 9 of Miami's last 11 games when playing on the road against NY Jets.

3. Miami is 6-1 ATS in their last seven games in the month of November.

Best Bet: Miami Dolphins -3

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Miami Dolphins vs. New York Jets Recap NOV 21TH 2021

Tua Tagovailoa threw two touchdown passes, including a tie-breaking one to Myles Gaskin in the fourth quarter, as the Miami Dolphins outlasted the New York Jets 24-17 on Sunday in East Rutherford, N.J.

Tagovailoa threw a 5-yard scoring pass to Gaskin, who had slipped out of the backfield on third-and-goal, to give Miami a 21-14 lead with 10:15 left. The drive had been kept alive by a roughing the passer call on New York's John Franklin-Myers on an earlier third down.

New York's Joe Flacco went 24-of-39 passing for 291 yards with two touchdowns and no interceptions. He lost a fumble on a strip sack in the red zone and is 0-5 the last two seasons as a starter for the Jets.

Jason Sanders' 24-yard field goal gave the Dolphins (4-7) a 24-14 lead with 1:57 left after a 12-play, 45-yard drive had stalled at the 1-yard line and Miami had taken a delay of game penalty. New York (2-8) got a 35-yard field goal from Matt Ammendola with 15 seconds left but Miami recovered the onsides kick.

Each team burned the other with a long touchdown pass in the third quarter. Tagovailoa, who was 27-of-33 passing for 273 yards with two touchdowns and one interception, hit Mack Hollins with a 65-yard pass down the left sideline. But the Jets answered later in the quarter when Flacco beat a blitz and threw to Elijah Moore for a 62-yard score to tie it at 14.

The Dolphins scored on their first drive, going 83 yards in 11 plays and scoring on Jaylen Waddle's 1-yard run on a jet sweep to the left on a direct snap from Gaskin.

The score was set up when third-down back Patrick Laird avoided a tackle by linebacker C.J. Mosley for a 5-yard reception to the 1 to convert a third-and-4. Waddle scored on second down.

The Jets tied the score later in the quarter after second-year safety Ashtyn Davis recorded his first NFL interception, picking off Tagovailoa's overthrown pass at the Miami 40. Michael Carter ran 39 yards off left tackle on the next play, but it took the Jets four plays to punch it in when Flacco threw to a wide-open Jamison Crowder for a 2-yard touchdown and a 7-7 tie. Carter later left with an ankle injury.

Ammendola missed two earlier attempts, from 55 and 40 yards. Sanders missed from 32 yards, hitting the right upright as time expired in the first half to send the game into intermission tied at 7.

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