Oct. 09, 2016
Week 5 NFL Picks Tennessee Titans vs. Miami Dolphins Odds, Sportsbook Patterns
One of the best football games for bettors to exploit this week in football is the conflict between Tennessee Titans vs. Miami Dolphins in week 5 NFL locks. The Las Vegas Strip and offshore betting odds are Miami -3.5 -105 and 43. The opening numbers say modest change from -3.5 and 44.
Betting percentages tell us the Titans are getting 65 percent of the bets, a high number for an underdog. Also an incongruity is 63 percent of bets on the under. It is rare when the public prefers the underdog and the under by fairly large scopes in the same game.
Top gamblers bring into play distinct key handicapping numbers than the losing bettor. Here is an analysis of that game from a wagering perspective. To contrast yards per rush on offense, the pre-eminence from an arithmetical angle goes to the Titans by .5. Passing yards per completion is another yardstick consumed by sports investors. The lead is owned by the Fins by .4. See the Monday Night Football preview:
Perhaps the most made use of number by certified gamblers is yards per point. From the offensive examination the better integers are is in the column of Sea Mammals by 3.9.
Insofar as the key records on the defensive side of the ball. The yards per rush guide says the healthier run defense is Miami by .7. The better-quality passing yards per completion data on defense declares that it is dead heat. In terms of yards per point, the transcendent defense is Miami by 1.4. Turnover ratio favors Tennessee by one.
Yards per point is determined by dividing total yards by number of points. Offensively a lower number is considered more efficient. On defense, a higher number is better.
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