National Football League
Buffalo Bills vs Miami Dolphins
The Miami Dolphins will wrap up their three-game road trip against the AFC East-leading and conference-leading Buffalo Bills in Week 15. With a four-game winning run under its belt, Buffalo hopes to recover from its Week 3 setback to Miami, which was the Dolphins' first victory over their division opponent since 2018.Claim Your Welcome Bonus!
Buffalo Bills - Bills to get another win at home
The Buffalo Bills have successfully won four of their previous five games at home. With a completion percentage of 63.8 percent, Josh Allen has thrown for 3,553 yards, 26 touchdowns, and 11 interceptions so far this season. Isaiah McKenzie has racked 38 receptions, while Stefon Diggs and Gabe Davis have combined for 1,935 receiving yards and 16 touchdowns. The running offense of the Buffalo Bills is now averaging 133.7 yards per game, and Devin Singletary is leading the way with 642 total yards and four touchdowns. Buffalo's defense lets in an average of 319.3 yards and 17 points per game. The Buffalo Bills are led in tackles by Damar Hamlin (80), and Von Miller and Jordan Poyer each have eight sacks and four interceptions, respectively.
Miami Dolphins - Dolphins poor form will continue
The Miami Dolphins have a 2-2 in their previous six games away from home. Tua Tagovailoa had a completion percentage of 65.5 percent with 3,004 yards, 22 touchdowns, and five interceptions from his passing game. The combined efforts of Tyreek Hill, Jaylen Waddle, and Trent Sherfield have resulted in 2,463 receiving yards and 12 touchdowns, while Sherfield has contributed 26 receptions. The rushing attack of the Miami Dolphins is good for 89.8 yards per game on average, and Raheem Mostert is the team's leading rusher with 610 yards and three touchdowns. The Miami defense allows 24 points and 350.8 yards of total offense per game. Melvin Ingram has six sacks, and Jevon Holland has two interceptions for the Miami Dolphins. Jerome Baker has 83 tackles, making him the team leader.
Expert Betting Tips
The Miami Dolphins have been grating on my nerves for the past two weeks, and their stubbornness to include the run game into their offensive strategy is ridiculous. The Dolphins have racked up 24 rushing yards in their last two contests through intentional play. It's evident that Mike McDaniel has developed a severe obsession with the passing game, hurting the team's performance. As a result, Buffalo Bills are heavy favorites to win this game at home.