|3.5 DEN (-108) @ 888sport|
Dolphins: Miami is now riding a 5 game win streak heading into week 11, but I don't believe the hype is all that warranted. The Dolphins were outgained by the Rams a few weeks ago by 300 total yards, but won due to turnovers in what was a major fatigue spot for LA. Last week, this team beat the Chargers by 8 after scoring 11 points on special team gaffes. In fact, their offense only scored 18 points in a home game vs just a 19th ranked defense who was without their highest graded defender in Joey Bosa. That's not good at all. If Miami's special teams continue to perform like a scoring unit for them every week, they can continue their win streak, but they won't find games as easy once they stop blocking punts and getting opponents to jump offsides during field goal attempts. This team still has a rookie QB and the 27th ranked rush offense - meaning their offense is highly limited in games where they don't get points from other areas. Week 11 will be the toughest group of cornerbacks Tua has seen thus far which does not bode well for their offense given their already poor rushing attack.