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November 2nd, 2023
Week 9 features an important divisional meeting between Dallas and Philadelphia, and the Sunday action kicks off with the most anticipated international game ever, Miami vs. Kansas City, in Frankfurt, Germany at 9:30 a.m. ET.
Both games will be included in a four-team teaser play.
Teasers adjust point spreads in the bettor’s favor, providing an opportunity to play multiple games in a single bet without being locked into the existing odds in a standard parlay. Payouts are a little lower, but win probability increases.
We’ll play the six-point teaser option at +260 ($100 win returns $360 including investment).
Miami’s offense is operating at a record pace, averaging 33.9 points per game (5+ points more than second-best) and 453.3 yards per game (60+ more yards than second-best). The Dolphins are also getting a boost defensively, as starting cornerback Jalen Ramsey returned in Week 8 and the Dolphins expect to have starting defensive backs Xavien Howard and Nik Needham back this week. Kansas City’s offense wasn’t sharp last week, the Chiefs' ground game hasn’t been operating effectively, and the defense has lost multiple linebackers, as well as other defenders, in recent weeks. Miami rates a legitimate chance to win straight up.
Dallas looked unbeatable the first two weeks of the season, nosedived recording ugly losses to Arizona and San Francisco in Weeks 3 and 5, and are trending back toward the top presently, posting an impressive 43-20 win over the Rams last week. The Cowboys will score points (28.1 points per game), but Philadelphia isn’t operating with the same efficiency, as its ground game has stalled at times and Jalen Hurts is dealing with a bone bruise in his knee. Look for a close game that is decided by one score.
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Arizona will start Clayton Tune at quarterback, Kyler Murray won’t be back until next week, and Josh Dobbs has been traded to Minnesota. Cleveland’s defense is set for a strong showing, and this game projects to be one-sided. The Browns own the league’s second-best rushing offense, they utilized the screen game effectively last week at Seattle, and Arizona is just trying to get through this week so it can get Murray back.
Danny Jones is expected back under center for New York and Las Vegas will start rookie Aidan O’Connell after firing coach Josh McDaniels this week. Expect a low-scoring game. O’Connell struggled with pressure when making an appearance earlier in the season, and the Raiders’ offense is in shambles, trying to figure out a plan after being held to under 400 combined yards in the last two games. Las Vegas does not score points, with the Under team total going 8-0 this season, and the Giants have been held to 12 points or fewer in four of their eight games. This promises to be an ugly, low-scoring slog.
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