The Tennessee Titans are traveling to Miami to take on a Dolphins fraNChise that has seen better days, which, in translation, makes this a very winnable Game for the Titans. The Titans are coming into the Game with the 4th ranked rush offense, but they remain close to the bottom of the league in passing at 27th overall.
The Titans will need to continue to rely heavily on running back Demarco Murray to have any chance of victory. Coming into this Game Murray has rushed for 340 yards for the season and 3 touchdowns so far. He also is leading the Titans with 19 receptions this year.
The Dolphins are coming into this Game with questions at quarterback. Dolphins’ quarterback Ryan Tannehill has thrown five interceptions already this season and has also lost two fumbles.
One of the biggest problems with the Dolphins is that they have yet to establish a running Game this season. The Dolphins lost veteran running back Arian Foster to injury after a promising preseason. The Dolphins will rely on a running back by committee of Kenyon Drake and Jay Ajayi to handle the workload this week, however, there is a chance Arian Foster returns this week to give the Dolphins a boost on offense.
The Dolphins bright spot on offense is wide receiver Jarvis LAndry who comes into the Game with 31 catches for the year. The Dolphins do have all-pro players on defense lead by defensive lineman NDamukong Suh who leads the team with 2.5 sacks this season and safety Reshad Jones.
This Game is up for grabs this week. If the Titans can pound the ball on the ground it should lead to a very low scoring Game. The Dolphins will have to get the running Game going to open up the pass for Ryan Tannehill to have any success.
We have Miami winning a close Game by just a tad more than the posted line. Not enough of an edge to warrant a play. However, we also have this Game somewhere in the 30’s as far as total points scored goes. So we’ll go under the total in this spot. Miami/Tenn UNDER 43