Pitiful Picks: Will the Dolphins get back on track?

The Miami Dolphins finally return home after what seems like an eternity.  The Dolphins have played back to back road games and had their bye, so they haven’t played a home game in almost a month.  This week, the Dolphins welcome in the Tennessee Titans and hope to get back over the .500 mark.  This will be an abbreviated version of the Dolphins Pitiful Picks, as I am headed over to the stadium shortly.  Last week we went 2-2 to bring our season record up to 19-14.

New York Giants -4 over Cincinnati Bengals

The Giants played like crap last week and lost a game they should have won against the Steelers.  This week, they’ll get their offense back on track and beat up on the Bengals.  Eli Manning hasn’t been playing well of late. He’s too good of a quarterback to continue to struggle.  Giants 27 Bengals 17

Denver Broncos -4 over Carolina Panthers

Peyton Manning is playing like his old self again and Cam Newton and the Panthers are as mistake prone a team as any in the NFL.  I’d like this line better if it were at 3 points, but even still, I think the Broncos are at least a TD better than the Panthers today.  Broncos 24 Panthers 17

New York Jets +6 over Seattle Seahawks

Quite frankly, I hate picking the Jets, but I just think this line is too big.  I think the Seahawks will win this game, but it’ll be close.  Rex Ryan lost his first game against a rookie quarterback when Ryan Tannehill and the Dolphins beat the tar out of them a couple of weeks ago.  Rex is again facing a rookie QB and should do some things to confuse Wilson.  In the end, the flight across country and the 12th man in Seattle gives the Seahawks just enough to win.  Seahawks 20 Jets 17

Miami Dolphins -6 over Tennessee Titans

The Miami Dolphins have been on a roller coaster this season. Losing 3 of their first 4 games then winning 3 straight.  Then they lost to the Colts last weekend and everyone panicked.  I think this week, the Dolphins put a hurting on the Titans.  The Dolphins are home again, Tannehill and Bush are both a week healthier, and the Dolphins defense has something to prove.  The Dolphins secondary was embarrassed last week by Andrew Luck. These men are prideful and do want to show everyone that they can cover people.  I also look for the Dolphins running game to be on display today, as the Titans struggle against the run.  I think the Dolphins are a double digit winner today.  Dolphins 31 Titans 17

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