Dolphins vs Titans: Week 14’s Monday Night Football features two games and the more exciting of the two is a clash between the Dolphins and Titans. Miami sits at 9-3 and will be looking to wrap things up in the AFC East and extend their win streak to 4. Can the Titans play spoiler?
Dolphins vs Titans: Game info
Date: Monday, December 11th
Time: 8:20 PM ET
Location: Hard Rock Stadium, Miami
TV channel: ESPN NFL+
Dolphins vs Titans: Betting odds
Spread: Dolphins -13.5 | Titans +13.5
Moneyline: Dolphins -900 | Titans +600
Total: Over/Under 46
Raheem Mostert over 45.5 rushing yards: -115
It’s hard to believe, but Raheem Mostert sits third in the NFL’s rushing category this year with 828 Yards to his name. Sure, Achane being in the mix somewhat limits his production, but he’s still soared over this total in 7 of his last 8 games.
He did miss practice this week with a knee injury, but as a result, this line is heavily discounted. Even if he takes on a rotational role, Mostert is going to be a factor and should still be able to push close to this line. We haven’t heard much from the Dolphins to suggest a full absence from the game, so take advantage of this total while it’s so low.
Will Levis under 210 yards
The Titans QB is 3-3 when facing this total. The Dolphins have a strong pass defense and although they rank 9th in the NFL, they rank 3rd over the last 3 weeks and face a Titans offense that has struggled to find consistency this season.
Levis is getting comfier at the NFL level, but if the Panthers, Jags, and Bucs, can all hold him to under 200 passing yards,s one thing tells me that the Super Bowl-chasing Dolphins will as well.
Jaylen Waddle anytime Touchdown
It’s been four long weeks since Jaylen Waddle has recorded a touchdown. However, he has recorded 332 yards over his last 5 games. With Tyreek Hill still drawing plenty of attention from opposing defenses, it feels like it’s only a matter of time until Jaylen ‘Waddles‘ his way back into the endzone.
Waddle has drawn 8 targets in each of his last 3 games and while it’s Tyreek Hill doing most of the damage with 12 touchdowns, Waddle is absolutely a player who can rip off a home run at any moment.
Durham Smythe over 25.5 receiving yards
If you’re a long-time reader of PSN, you’ll know I love a good TE line. Smythe has gone OVER his total 50% of the time this season despite being a blocking tight end in an offense built around electric wideouts.
With that said, Smythe is a lock to play in 60%+ snaps, which will at least give him opportunities to make an impact. The starting TE had 37 yards when he last played the Titans and while this number is high, it also only takes one big play to cross this mark.
The Titans have allowed 514 yards to opposing tight ends this year including 76 against the Colts last week. I’d expect the Fins to key in on this and try to sneak a few big plays for Durham Smythe.
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