It’s simple to presume heading into Week 2 vs the Miami Dolphins although the New England Patriots are a popular each and every week, Odds Shark is monitoring a spread that we haven’t seen??for the Pats because the 2011 period that is regular. In fact, it’s the biggest spread for any NFL game because 2013.
The Patriots are??currently -19-point favorites in BetOnline to beat the Dolphins after launching as 14.5-point faves??with 67??percent of the cash currently coming back on the Pats.
That is New England’s biggest disperse as a popular since 2011 when it??closed as 20-point dot versus the Colts and it’s??the Pats’??biggest spread as a fave for a street game in Odds Shark’s database whenever they had been 19-point faves at 2007 vs the Ravens.??
Just 3 matches have experienced spreads of 18 points or more since the start of the 2010 season, to put that in view of how large a spread that is:
Not my style to answer a question but did you find Dolphins and the Patriots play in Week 1? They look like teams as the Pats beat the Pittsburgh Steelers going in opposite directions and the Dolphins lost to the Baltimore Ravens on their home field by 49.
The Patriots’ offense did not miss a beat in Week 1 and is expected to receive a enormous boost with WR Antonio Brown. New England’s defense looked incredible by shut down Pittsburgh.
Meanwhile, the Miami appeared like a dumpster fire and oddsmakers are currently kicking around the idea that the Dolphins may go 0-16 SU in 2019.
The one glaring fact that appears to be glossed over is how the Patriots have fared in Miami in the past few decades. New England goes to Miami every year and because 2013, the Pats have been 1-5 SU and ATS in six games from South Beach (popping eye emoji!) .
In four matches in Miami since 2016, the Patriots were favored by a touchdown or more with just one SU and ATS win to show for this (35-14 win since 7.5-point faves on January 1, 2017).
I’m not keen to say that New England will go into Miami and shed outright. That would be foolish. What I am stating is that trusting the Patriots to pay this large of a spread has not been a profitable endeavor.
They’ve been a fave of 18 points or even five times from the Brady-Belichick age and the fact remains they failed to cover the spread each moment while they have won each match.
See for yourself with outcomes from Odds Shark’s database:
Now, it’s well worth noting that a few of those matches, where the Patriots were big faves, was during their historic 2007 season if they finished 16-0 and demolished most of their league (before the Super Bowl, of course). But it still has merit when we’re referencing larger spreads.??
Check the Patriots-Dolphins Game Center page to track the gambling odds out and see how big this spread grows from today until kickoff.
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