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Bills @ Dolphins: Visitors to squeak win despite lack of firepower

| 13.11.2014

The Buffalo Bills and Miami Dolphins have identical 5-4 records in their tie for second in the AFC East, as they bid to bridge the playoff gap in their pursuit of a spot in the postseason.

Kicking off the week’s NFL action in Miami’s Sun Life Stadium, we have every betting angle covered in our recommended trio of punts below:

Buffalo Bills to beat Miami Dolphins @ 33/20

The Bills have won three straight against the Dolphins, including on their own patch in the second week of the season, and have taken four of the last five against their AFC East rivals.

Buffalo have also lost just once in four games on the road this season, while Miami own an inconsistent 2-2 record at the Sun Life Stadium.

Bills to score under 1.5 touchdowns @ 6/4

It may seem strange to tip the visiting team to win with one breath, then in the next one say they are going to score no more than one touchdown.

However, that second-week win over Miami came from the boot of kicker Dan Carpenter, who knocked over five field-goals in the 29-10 victory.

Throughout the season the Bills have struggled to get into the end-zone, especially on the ground where their three scores ranks 28th in the league.

Interception to be the first turnover @ 8/11

Only one team has effected more turnovers in the league than the Bills and Dolphins, who have 19 takeaways each this term.

The Bills prefer picking off quarterbacks, having nabbed 12 of the opposition’s passes, while the Dolphins have intercepted 10 opposing slingers.

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.

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Matt Wiggins

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