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Miami Dolphins at Carolina Panthers: Analyst Pick
Week 10 of the NFL wraps up at Bank of America stadium as the Carolina Panthers host the Miami Dolphins. The Dolphins head into the matchup after two straight losses -- against the Ravens and Raiders -- while the Panthers enter MNF after two straight wins over the Buccaneers and Falcons.
Carolina opened up as 10-point favorites before settling at -9. The total dropped to 38/38.5 after opening at 39.5.
Betting Line: Carolina Panthers -9
Total: 38 / 38.5
At the time of publication, about 54 percent of the public was laying the points and taking the Dolphins. 61 percent of the wagers on the total have been on the OVER.
-The Dolphins are 5-0 against the spread (ATS) in its last five games when playing Carolina.
-The total has gone UNDER in 4 of Miami's last 5 games when playing Carolina.
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What to Watch For
Following RB Jay Ajayi's trade to Philadelphia, Kenyan Drake and Damien Williams shared the load to combined for 86 yards and no TDs in Week 9. Miami has yet to score a rushing TD this entire season.
Drake is projected to finish with 51 yards on 4 carries -- averaging 0.4 TDs per sim. Williams is projected to finish with 25 yards on 6 carries -- averaging 0.2 TDs per sim. Even both of them combined don't provide much confidence in the Dolphins scoring on the ground this week.
17 has been the magic number for Carolina over the past few weeks, with three straight opponents scoring exactly that.
The Dolphins are projected to score 16 points Monday night.
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