Dolphins Vs Chargers Spread & ATS Pick

Dolphins Vs Chargers Spread & ATS Pick

Dolphins Vs Chargers Spread & ATS Pick

The improved Miami Dolphins are seeking for their fourth win in a row when they visit the San Diego Chargers this Sunday. Week 10’s NFL betting spread favors the Chargers by 4-points. The game kicks-off on CBS this Sunday, November 13th at 4:25 PM ET from Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, California.

Dolphins Vs Chargers Spread & ATS Pick

What: Miami Dolphins (4-4) at San Diego Chargers (4-5)
When: Sunday, November 13, 2016
Start Time: 4:25 PM ET
Where: San Diego, CA
Stadium: Qualcomm Stadium
Spread: Chargers -4
Moneyline: Miami +170 vs San Diego -190
Game Total: 48
Watch: CBS
Stream: CBS Sports
Listen: Miami vs San Diego

Dolphins Vs Chargers Betting Nuggets:

  • The last 13 meetings between these teams have gone under the total.
  • The Dolphins have covered in three straight games, and are seeking their first four-game ATS win streak since 2013.
  • The Chargers are 10-3 ATS in their last 13 games.

Why Bet The Miami Dolphins To Beat The Chargers

The Miami Dolphins started the season losing the four of their first five games, but since then a surprising turnaround has the team at 4-4 SU and ATS this season. They average 21.6 points per game (20th) and allow 22.8 points per game (16th).

The Dolphins average 218.0 passing yards per game (29th). QB Ryan Tannehill (1877 yards, 8 TDs & 7 INTs) is experiencing a relatively quiet campaign by passing for 1,877 yards and eight touchdowns against seven interceptions. He has passed for just 605 yards during the three-game winning streak that has been highlighted by second year rusher Jay Ajayi’s emergence.

Miami averages 122.1 rushing yards per game (6th). RB Jay Ajayi (108 car, 646 yards, 6 TDs) has recorded 529 yards and four touchdowns in the last three games. He is making things happen as well after opening the season as a healthy inactive against the Seahawks. Arian Foster’s injury issues — and eventual retirement — opened the door for Ajayi, who responded with outings of 204 yards against the Steelers, 214 versus the Bills and 111 against the Jets during the club’s three-game winning streak.

Miami has the 11th-ranked total defense in the NFL. They allow 226.0 passing yards per game (8th) and 136.1 rushing yards per game (30th). They have recorded 19 sacks this season (14th). Kiko Alonso has 67 tackles, and Ndamukong Suh has 4.5 sacks.

Why Bet The San Diego Chargers To Beat The Dolphins

The San Diego Chargers are still in the playoff mix despite going 4-5 SU and 6-3 ATS. They beat the Tennessee Titans 43-35 last week. They average 29.6 points per game (3rd) and allow 27.4 points per game (26th).

San Diego averages 271.3 passing yards per game (7th). QB Philip Rivers (2560 yards, 17 TDs & 7 INTs) completed 24 of 33 passes for 275 yards and two touchdowns last week against the Titans. WR Tyrell Williams (38 rec, 595 yards, 3 TDs continues to be the Chargers’ best wideout this season. He caught six passes for 65 yards against and one touchdown against Tennessee last week.

The Chargers average 106.7 rushing yards per game (18th). RB Melvin Gordon (193 car, 768 yards, 9 TDs) is finally living up to his star billing. He is coming off a 196 yard rushing campaign against the Titans that boosted him to third in the NFL with 768 yards. He also leads the league with 11 touchdowns (nine rushing, two receiving) after failing to find the end zone as a rookie.

“Every guy wants to make a play,” Gordon said. “Every guy wants you to look at him and think, ‘I can count on this guy.’ That’s how we all want to be. When you get the opportunity to have the ball in your hands, it’s your job to make something happen.”

The Chargers have the 26th-ranked total defense in the NFL. They allow 279.0 passing yards per game (26th) and 85.3 rushing yards per game (5th). San Diego has 18 sacks this season (15th). Jatavis Brown has 54 tackles, and Melvin Ingram has 5.0 sacks.

Dolphins Vs Chargers ATS Pick

The Chargers continue to be a public team with the No. 9 offense and a 6-3 ATS record for backers. There was early sharp support on the Dolphins, as the line dipped to 3.5 at several books, but it has been bet back up to 4. That will probably continue to happen through the weekend.

My final score prediction is Miami 24, San Diego 31.