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NFL Gambling - Dolphins vs Jets

NFL gambling handicappers will have a critical AFC East Division showdown to handicap with the NFL gambling odds as the Jets host the Dolphins.

NFL gambling facts of life are that this is a must game for the Miami Dolphins while the New York Jets cannot afford another slip up with the NFL gambling odds. The Miami Dolphins have a NFL gambling record of 2-4 both straight up and with the NFL gambling odds.

Last week the Dolphins suffered a crushing home loss to the NFL gambling board as they blew a 24-3 lead to the New Orleans Saints in a 34-46 final score as 6-point home dogs.  The Dolphins must now try and pick up the pieces from that NFL gambling meltdown.

Head coach Tony Sparano took much of the blame himself for poor clock management at the end of the first half that was a significant NFL gambling factor in the defeat.  “I want my players to do this; I need to do it myself. I have to take ownership of the situation that happened at the end of the half”, said Sparano.

The New York Jets have a NFL gambling record of 4-3 both straight up and with the NFL gambling odds.  The Jets halted a 3-game losing streak last week at Oakland in a 38-0 win over the Raiders to close within 1 game of the New England Patriots for first place in the AFC East.

Jets running back Shonn Greene came off the bench to sub for the injured Leon Washington and ran for 144 yards and 2 touchdowns in the NFL gambling payout.  Greene will see plenty more action as Washington will miss the rest of the NFL gambling season.

The Jets remain one of the top defensive teams in NFL gambling as they rank 4th in points allowed.  Rookie quarterback Mark Sanchez continues to struggle in his rookie NFL gambling season as he has a low QB rating of 61.5 with a 53% completion rate and a 6/10 touchdown to interception ratio.

Miami ranks a poor 26th in points allowed on defense and their passing game isn’t much better with quarterback Chad Henne, who has a 76.5 QB rating.  Miami has gotten the cash in just 2 out of their last 11 road games against the Jets.

The Jets will be seeking revenge for a 27-31 Monday night loss at Miami on October 12 as the Dolphins won the game on a 3 yard run by Ronnie Brown with 6 seconds to go.