MNF Tennessee Titans vs Miami Dolphins SCORE PROJECTION and Predictions

The Miami Dolphins are all set to face off against the Tennessee Titans on Monday night in Miami Gardens, Fla. Quarterback Tua Tagovailoa is on track to break his personal records for passing yardage and touchdown passes. However, it’s not just the stats that are making this season the most enjoyable of his four-year career. The team is currently sitting in first place in the AFC East, leading the NFL in total offense at 428.4 yards per game, and ranking second in scoring at 32 points per outing. For Tagovailoa, the most fun part of this offense is the high-scoring results that are achieved. He believes that when the team is scoring a lot of points, everyone gets into rhythm and enjoys the success together. Tagovailoa’s current career bests of 3,548 yards and 25 touchdowns were set last season. On the other hand, Tyreek Hill, the team’s star wideout, is having one of the top receiving seasons in NFL history. Hill caught five passes for 157 yards and two touchdowns in last weekend’s 45-15 rout of the Washington Commanders. He leads the NFL with 1,481 receiving yards and 12 scoring receptions and stands second with 93 catches. Dolphins coach Mike McDaniel is impressed with how quickly the Tagovailoa-Hill partnership has grown. The coach believes that they are both individually awesome players, but together, they make an even better team.
The Tennessee Titans, who currently hold a 4-8 record, are set to face off against the Miami Dolphins. The Titans will be relying on their mid-range scoring defense (21.3 points allowed per game) and total defense (337.0 yards allowed per game) to limit Miami’s big plays. However, they will be without the services of star defensive tackle Jeffery Simmons, who suffered a knee injury in their last game against the Indianapolis Colts. Simmons expressed his disappointment at missing the game, especially since it’s a big game on Monday night against a talented Miami team. Tennessee will also be without cornerback Kristian Fulton (hamstring) and tight end Josh Whyle (knee), while punter Ryan Stonehouse has been placed on injured reserve due to a knee injury. Derrick Henry, the NFL’s second-leading rusher with 841 yards, will be on the field after being removed from the last game due to concussion symptoms. Henry maintains that he didn’t have a concussion, but the team’s medical staff decided to err on the side of caution. The Titans will also be looking to develop rookie quarterback Will Levis, who has passed for 1,266 yards, seven touchdowns, and two interceptions. Miami has placed linebacker Jerome Baker (knee) on injured reserve and ruled out right guard Robert Hunt (hamstring). Left tackle Terron Armstead (knee/ankle) and safety Jevon Holland (both knees) are listed as questionable. The Titans dominated the last meeting between these two teams, winning 34-3 on January 2, 2022.



The Miami Dolphins opened as a -11.5 favorite, but now they are -13.5 and already touching -14, and we recommended Dolphins -13.5.
The line for Game Total opened at 44 and is already at 45. As far as betting OVER 45, that would be our call, even though this is MNF Prime Time.

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