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While we don’t know whether Jameis Winston or Andy Dalton will start, running back, Alvin Kamara will be back in the lineup.
At 46, this may seem like a high total for these two teams. Still, they both have great offensive weapons against relatively squishy defenses.
The Seahawks allow the fourth-most passing yards per game at 274 and 154 rushing yards. The Saints are better, allowing 124.8 rushing yards and just 203.5 passing yards. Still, Seahawks quarterback Geno Smith has done well this season, though he’s conservative.
The Seahawks have two receivers in D.K. Metcalf and Tyler Lockett, who should cause some issues for the Saints.
Inside the Caesars Superdome, the weather won’t be a factor here, and they should both score well inside the 20s and send this total just over.
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Looking at an AFC East matchup, we have the Dolphins on the road against the Jets. The Dolphins are slated to start quarterback Teddy Bridgewater, which will help this total go under.
Bridgewater has been a starter in the NFL. Still, he may not be able to take advantage of this matchup as Tua Tagovailoa would.
The Dolphins will win this game, so the main culprit for sending this total under are the Jets and quarterback Zach Wilson.
In his first game part, Wilson completed just 50% of his passes for 252 yards, one touchdown, and two interceptions on 36 attempts.
Wilson is not a good quarterback, and he’ll continue to hold this offense back.
The Dolphins win 23-14.
It’s tempting to fade the public here and take the under, but there’s no rationale other than going against the grain.
Both teams should have high-powered offenses in this one. The Bengals have faltered to start the year, but they’ve begun rebounding the past couple of weeks.
Against the Ravens, the Bengals and quarterback Joe Burrow should complete many passes against a talent-filled secondary. Still, their performance doesn’t quite hold up to their potential.
Seven players in the Ravens coverage unit have allowed 100 yards or more.
Whether the Ravens have wide receiver Rashod Bateman in the lineup, they’ll continue to score points as long as Lamar Jackson, who has 11 passing touchdowns, is under center.
This one should go into the 50s.
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After graduating from the University of New Hampshire with a BA in Journalism, Richard Janvrin has been covering iGaming and sports betting since December 2018. Richard has covered betting at Bleacher Report, Gambling.com, The Game Day, Forbes, and more.More info on Richard Janvrin
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