- The Miami Dolphins take on the Jacksonville Jaguars in London on Sunday morning.
- The O/U line is 47.5, and 86% of the handle has been taken on the OVER,
- The Dolphins are favored by three points.
LONDON - The Miami Dolphins face off against the Jacksonville Jaguars at 9:30 a.m. EST on Sunday for the second weekend of the NFL’s London games.
The Jaguars boast an 0-5 record, while the Dolphins are not far off from that, with one win to their name to go along with four losses.
There is 86% of the betting handle on the OVER, which is set at 47.5 points, one of the lower games available to online gamblers this week due to how bad both teams are.
Miami Dolphins Vs. Jacksonville Jaguars Odds
- Spread: Dolphins -3.0
- O/U 47.5
Miami Dolphins Betting Stats
The Dolphins are 2-3 ATS, and have an O/U record of 3-2 - they may be bad, but they’re competitive most of the time.
They opened as a -3.0 favorite over the Jaguars, and they have a 29-23 straight-up record over the entire history of their franchise as a three-point favorite.
They ended last season hitting two OVERS, which gives them five OVERS hit out of their last seven games played.
The OVER has hit in the last six games the Dolphins have played on turf, which they will be doing in London.
Jacksonville Jaguars Betting Stats
The Jaguars also seem keen to hit OVERS on turf, with a clean 8-0 OVER hit rate in their last eight games.
The Jags are 2-3 in terms of hitting OVERs so far this season and have only covered the spread in one of their four games.
All-time, they’re 15-31 in straight-up games in which they are three-point underdogs, winning less than a third of such games.
Combined, the two teams have a 5-5 O/U hit rate and this O/U is pretty low at 47.5 - but both teams have performed poorly in terms of offensive production this season.
Jags And Dolphins Scoring Numbers
Miami is 31st among NFL teams in terms of points scored per game, with an average of 15.8, while Jacksonville is 27th, at 18.6.
Combined, these two teams are averaging 34.4 points per game, well below the 47.5 O/U line.
Note that Dolphins QB Tua Tagovailoa may be returning from injury for this game, taking over for backup Jacoby Brissett. Tagovailoa was injured in the second game of the season.
However, both teams have atrocious defenses as well, ranking at 29th and 30th in terms of points allowed per game.
The Dolphins let up 30.8 points per game, while the Jags let in 30.4 points per game, so the two teams combine to give up 61.2 points per game.
In other words, something’s going to give in this game - these two teams have bottom-six offenses and defenses, and one of either the offenses or the defenses is going to perform above their seasonal averages in this game.
The game kicks off at 9:30 a.m. EST on Sunday and will be broadcast on CBS, the NFL Network, and Paramount Plus.