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It’s a new day in Miami.
Last week under interim coach Dan Campbell, Miami seemingly fixed all the problems that led to their 1-3 start. Lamar Miller, ignored for the first part of the season, had a season-high 113 yards on 19 carries. Miami had only one sack heading into last week, but Cameron Wake had four of the team’s six sacks in the first half against Tennessee. Now that the season is back on track, it’ll be interesting to see if the Dolphins can keep up the momentum at home against the Houston Texans.
If the Dolphins want to win Sunday, they’ll have to find a way to stop DeAndre Hopkins. Hopkins has had a busy start to the season, and his 90 targets are the most among all NFL receivers. The question is if Brian Hoyer, now in his second stint this season as Texans signal-caller, can keep the job for the rest of the year. Hoyer tossed three touchdowns last week against Jacksonville, but will have a tougher time against the Dolphins on Sunday.
Here’s a look at all the betting info for this matchup, courtesy of OddsShark.com:
Line: Miami (-4)
Moneyline: Houston (+180), Miami (-210)
Trend to Know: Miami is 0-5 against the spread in their last five home games