The Miami Dolphins bring their different brand of offense to play the Baltimore Ravens November 7th in Baltimore. The Miami Dolphins were involved in a wild game against the Cincinnati Bengals and held on for the win on the road. The Miami Dolphins may be looking to play every game on the road if they can beat the Baltimore Ravens in this game.
Miami Dolphins Offense vs Baltimore Ravens Defense
The Baltimore Ravens defense needed the bye week when it came last weekend. Their game before the bye they were carved up by none other than Ryan Fitzpatrick of the Buffalo Bills. Fitzpatrick threw for 374 yards against the Baltimore Ravens defense that saw their turnover machine, Ed Reed back in the lineup. The Ravens defense is hoping the game against Fitzpatrick was an aberration since they only allowed an average of 224 yards through the air before that game.
The Miami Dolphins offense is nothing spectacular but they have a knack for playing well on the road. The Miami Dolphins are undefeated on the road. Chad Henne is still having difficulty involving his number one wide receiver, Brandon Marshall in the offense and if he can figure out how to involve him the Dolphins could be legitimate. The Baltimore Ravens defense has the distinctive edge over the Miami Dolphins offense.
Baltimore Ravens Offense vs Miami Dolphins Defense
Joe Flacco has disappointed the Baltimore Ravens faithful by not producing with his talented offense. Flacco did much better with much less on offense last season and now that he has an impressive arsenal of talent he cannot make it work. The bye week may help Flacco get more of a rhythm established with offense. Flacco will need to find a balance between using Ray Rice out of the back field and spreading the ball around to his wide receivers.
The Miami Dolphins defense has performed well on the road and decent at home. The addition of Karlos Dansby has begun to pay dividends as he acclimates to his new team. The pass rush of the Miami Dolphins has stepped up in key games this season. The defense as a whole has given up just over 300 total yards on average and they should be able to keep a lid on Joe Flacco and the Baltimore Ravens offense. The Miami Dolphins defense has a slight edge over the Baltimore Ravens offense.
Miami Dolphins vs Baltimore Ravens -6: Pick Against the Spread & Final Look
The Las Vegas Hilton Superbook posted the Baltimore Ravens as a six point favorite over the visiting Miami Dolphins. With the Baltimore Ravens coming off of a bye week it may be tough for them to get themselves on track. The Miami Dolphins are 5-2 overall against the spread 4-0 against the spread on the road. The Baltimore Ravens are 1-2 at home against the spread at home and have not played their best ball at home. Take the Miami Dolphins +6 over the Baltimore Ravens.
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