Absolutely FIN-tastic: Miami Dolphins versus LA RamsPosted by: Mike Davis
The Miami Dolphins aim to get their second road win against the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday, November 20th at the L. A. Memorial Coliseum. Here are the sportsbook NFL odds for fans betting on football:
Dolphins -1½ (-105) 39½ (-105) -120
The Dolphins (5-4) defeated the San Diego Chargers 31-24 on Sunday. QB Ryan Tannehill threw 17 of 24 for 240 yards with TD passes to Kenny Stills and Damien Williams, who also scored a rushing TD. DeVante Parker had 103 yards on five receptions. Jay Ajayi ran for 79 yards on 19 carries. Andrew Franks converted 1 of 1 field goals. Tony Lippett had seven tackles and two interceptions. Cameron Wake had two sacks. The Dolphins have won four games in a row and are second in the AFC East.
The Rams (4-5) beat the New York Jets 9-6 on Sunday. QB Casey Keenum went 17 of 30 for 165 yards. Todd Gurley ran for 64 yards on 21 carries. Kenny Britt had 109 yards on seven receptions. Greg Zuerlein kicked 3 of 3 field goals. Alec Ogletree had six tackles and one interception. The Rams snapped a four-game losing streak and are third in the NFC West.
Miami ranks 6th in rushing yards (120.3), 19th in points (22.7), 22nd in total yards (339.8), and 28th in passing yards (219.4) per game, and 9th in passing yards (235.6), 15th in points (22.9), 20th in total yards (364.3), and 30th in rushing yards (128.8) allowed per game. Tannehill is 173 of 265 (65.3%) for 2117 yards with 10 TDs and seven picks. Jarvis Landry has 658 yards on 55 catches, while Stills has four receiving TDs. Ajayi has run for 725 yards and six TDs on 127 carries. Kiko Alonso has 71 combined tackles. Wake has seven sacks. Sportsbook NFL odds would not be the same without the following: the Dolphins are 4-1 against the spread and straight-up in their last five games, 2-4 against the spread and 1-5 straight-up in their last six road games, 9-1 straight-up in their last 10 games versus the Rams, and 4-1 straight-up in their last five visits to LA.
Los Angeles ranks 25th in passing yards (225.4), 29th in rushing yards (82.6), 31st in total yards (308.0), and last in points (15.4) per game, and 7th in total yards (327.0), 8th in passing yards (223.9), 10th in points (19.2), and 17th in rushing yards (103.1) allowed per game. Keenum is 191 of 313 (61%) for 2169 yards with nine TDs and 11 picks. Britt has 693 yards and three TDs on 44 catches. Gurley has run for 515 yards and three TDs on 167 carries. Ogletree has 76 combined tackles. Aaron Donald has six sacks. Mark Barron has intercepted two passes. And for good measure, these sportsbook NFL odds tips: the Rams are 1-3-1 against the spread and 1-4 straight-up in their last five games, 1-9 straight-up in their last 10 games versus the Dolphins, and 1-4 straight-up in their last five games hosting the Dolphins.