Tampa Bay over MIAMI by 4
Talk about two disappointing football teams, meet south Florida’s finest. Hey, next to Florida and Florida State, they look damn good. On the surface, Miami’s 4-5 ledger looks almost respectable. It’s what’s underneath that counts, though. The Dolphins have been outyarded in 7 of their 9 contests this season while losing the stats by 66 YPG. Worse, the Fish are
in this series, including 0-5 ATS the last five, as well as 0-5 ATS at home in the second of consecutive NFC games. Tampa will look to build off its win over the Jets last week knowing they are during the second half of the season when coming off a win under head coach Dirk Koetter. The Bucs are also 5-0 ATS away in the second of consecutive AFC games. To top if off, Tampa Bay QB Ryan Fitzpatrick is 5-3 SUATS against Miami, including 3-0 SUATS in games in which the Dolphins sport a .444 or greater record. While it might not be saying much, the better team is the one getting points. We’re there.