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Minnesota Vikings vs. Miami Dolphins – Week 6 Betting Preview

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The betting odds for the Week 6 matchup between the Minnesota Vikings and Miami Dolphins have shifted significantly in light of the news that Miami is planning to start rookie quarterback Skylar Thompson. The Dolphins have gone from short favorites to decided underdogs, potentially on their way to a three-game losing streak.

 

Miami’s 3-0 start has been overshadowed by Tua Tagovailoa’s head injuries and the Dolphins’ back-to-back losses with a backup quarterback under center. Minnesota’s three-game winning streak has given it sole possession of first place in the NFC North. The Vikings are favored for the fourth time this season.

Let’s take a look at some key statistics and information about this matchup.

When is Minnesota Vikings vs. Miami Dolphins Week 6? 

Date/Time: Oct. 16, 1 p.m. ET 
Arena: Hard Rock Stadium
How to watch: FOX
Opening odds: Dolphins -1 | MIN +100, MIA -120 | O/U 46.5

Week 6 Vikings vs. Dolphins Betting Odds 

Here’s the latest point spread and total for Sunday’s game.

 

Week 6 — Vikings vs. Dolphins Stats to Know 

(Use the FTN Bets Prop Shop to find the best odds for player prop bets)

  • Dolphins are 3-2 straight up and ATS
  • Vikings are 0-4 ATS in the last four games
  • Dolphins have won eight straight home games
  • Dolphins have scored 21 points or fewer in four of five games
  • Vikings have scored at least 28 points in three straight games
  • Dolphins are fifth in passing yards per game (265.0) and 30th in rushing yards per game (82.8)
  • Dolphins have given up 31.0 points per game in the last four weeks
  • Vikings are tied for 29th in opponents’ red-zone touchdown percentage (76.9%)
  • Dolphins are 28th in passing yards allowed per game (276.8) and 29th in opponents’ passer rating (106.2)
  • Kirk Cousins have at least 260 passing yards in four of five games
  • Skylar Thompson completed 57.6% of his passes for 166 yards, no touchdowns and an interception in his NFL debut
  • Justin Jefferson has at least 147 receiving yards in three of five games
  • Tyreek Hill is third in receiving yards per game (104.8)
  • Dalvin Cook has more than 75 rushing yards in four of five games
  • Raheem Mostert is averaging 52.0 rushing yards per game
 
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