Tip Las Vegas Raiders @ Miami Dolphins
After last week’s disappointment, we continue with the Las Vegas Raiders @ Miami Dolphins betting tip. We really didn’t foresee the Bengals losing last week, so it’s all the more important to get back on track this week. We have three tips for you on this matchday. We start with the Raiders and Dolphins.
So how should we rate the Dolphins’ season so far? Yes, they are in first place in the AFC East with a record of 6-3 wins, and they are averaging a great 31.7 points per game, but that’s only half the story.
Especially against the top teams in the league, there’s always a knock on the head. There were defeats against the Bills, Eagles and most recently in Germany against the Chiefs. The offense in particular was not able to score more than 20 points per match in these three games. But the Dolphins’ game is designed so that the offense has to score points because the defense is still searching for an identity.
Miami can fall back on shooting star De’Von Achane in the match against the Raiders. However, it remains to be seen whether he will be able to hit the ground running again.
The Raiders now face off on Sunday, where new interim head coach Antonio Pierce is still unbeaten after two games. The only opponents in this period have been the Jets and Giants, but a win is still a win. The defense in particular seems to have found its feet a little. But whether they can keep the Dolphins under 12 points is doubtful.
With a record of 5-5 wins they are in the middle of the playoff race, but somehow they don’t look like a real playoff team yet.
The QB switch from Garoppolo to Aidan O’Connell hasn’t brought any major changes so far, but you’ll probably have to give the rookie some time to make an honest judgment.
Our tip Las Vegas Raiders @ Miami Dolphins clearly goes in the direction of the hosts. The Raiders were able to keep the Jets and Giants at bay, but the Dolphins are a completely different caliber. Miami has always managed to beat weaker teams on paper so far this season and we therefore assume that this will also be the case against the Raiders.