2021 NFL Odds Week 6

Miami Dolphins at Jacksonville Jaguars

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The Miami Dolphins are 1-4 this season. In their most recent game, the Miami Dolphins took to the field against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and lost by a final of 45-17. The Miami Dolphins’ Myles Gaskin rushed for 25 yards on 5 carries, including a long of five yards. Myles Gaskin had an average of 7.4 yards per catch, catching 10 passes for 74 yards with one touchdown. Jacoby Brissett went 27 of 39 for 275 yards and two touchdowns through the air.

He ended the game with one interception and a quarterback rating of 95.6. On the ground, the Dolphins gave up a total of 121 yards on 25 attempts, or 4.8 yds each time they allowed a runner to get past them. On 44 attempts, he completed 33 passes for 437 yards and a completion rate of 75.0 percent. In all, they ran 51 plays for a total of 301 yards. The Miami Dolphins ran nine times for a total of 39 yards, which was 4.3 yards per carry on average.

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Miami Dolphins Offensive Stats

In terms of point production, the Miami Dolphins average 15.8 points per game. They average 70.4 yards through the ground game, placing them 32nd in the NFL. The Dolphins have accumulated 1,309 yards in total this season. They have committed 32 infractions for 248 yards, making them responsible for a whopping 54 1st downs as a unit. Miami have given up the ball eight times (3 picks and 5 fumbles lost). In terms of scoring touchdowns, the Miami offense has 5 passing and 3 rushing scores. The Dolphins have given up 1,443 yards through the air this season, putting them 26th in the NFL.

Miami’s pass defense is surrendering 288.6 yards per game through the air, and they’ve given up a 67.5 percent effective completion rate. They’re giving up 422.2 yards per game this season, placing them 30th in the NFL. In 5 games, they’ve given up 12 passing touchdowns as well as 6 rushing scores. The team are rushing for an average of 4.4 yards per attempt and 133.6 rushing yards every game this season. Overall, they have allowed 668 rushing yards in 5 games. The Dolphins are 30th in the NFL when it comes to opposing offenses scoring, with 30.8 points per game allowed.

NFL Odds Week 6: Jacksonville Stats

The Jaguars walk out to the field with a 0-5 record this season. They suffered a 37-19 defeat against the Titans in their previous game. Jacksonville’s running back, James Robinson, ran the ball 18 times for 149 yards and had an average of 8.3 yards per carry in Sunday’s game against the Tennessee Titans. The Jacksonville Jaguars’ leading receiver was Dan Arnold, who caught 6 balls for 64 yards (10.7 yds per catch).

Trevor Lawrence ended the game with 273 yards on 23/33 passing, adding one touchdown. His QB rating was 92.1. He threw 1 interception and had a 58-yard pass completion. The Jaguars gave up 36 rushing attempts for 184 yards (5.1 ypc). Jacksonville’s pass defense allowed a completion rate of 63.6 percent, giving up 184 yards on 14 of 22 passes. The Jaguars had 454 yards of offense and 66 plays (6.9 yards per play). Jacksonville ran the ball 31 times for 198 yards, 6.4 yds per carry.

Jaguars Offensive Stats

The Jacksonville Jaguars have an average of 348.0 yards per game, placing them 21st in the NFL. They have averaged 129.4 rushing yards per game this season, and they’ve rushed for 647 yards in total. The Jaguars have committed 27 penalties, resulting in 239 yards of free yardage. They’re 28th in the NFL in terms of giving up free yards allowed. They’ve thrown 8 interceptions and 3 fumbles, and they’ve scored 49 first downs. The Jaguars have a total of 1,093 passing yards this season and an average of 218.6 passing yards per game, placing them 27th among all NFL teams. Jacksonville rank 28th in the NFL when it comes to how much they score, scoring 18.6 points per game.

NFL Odds Week 6: Jacksonville Jaguars Defensive Stats

The Jaguars are yielding 30.4 points per game, putting them 29th in the NFL. For the season, Jacksonville is giving up 609 rushing yards (121.8 per game) and 9 scores via the ground attack. They’re 25th in the NFL, allowing seven touchdowns through the air and 286.6 yards each game. The Jaguars defense played 322 snaps, putting them 21st in the NFL. In 5 games so far they have given up 152 points. Over the year, they have had one takeaway (an interception).

Who will win the Miami Dolphins at Jacksonville Jaguars NFL game against the spread?

Oddsfanatic’s Pick: Take the Jaguars +3.5

Arizona Cardinals at Cleveland Browns

Odds/Point Spread: Browns (-2.5)

Total/Over-Under: 52.5

The Arizona Cardinals are 5-0 this season, including their last game against the San Francisco 49ers, which they won by a score of 17-10. Kyler Murray completed 22 of 31 passes for 239 yards and 1 TD. He had a quarterback rating of 104.1, avoiding any interceptions in the end. DeAndre Hopkins had 87 yards on 6 catches for an average of 14.5 yards per catch in Week 5. The Cardinals’ rushing attack was led by running back James Conner, who carried the ball 10 times for 29 yards (2.9 yds per attempt).

For the game, they had 60 plays, resulting in 304 yards. The Arizona Cardinals ran the ball 27 times for 94 yards, which equates to 3.5 yards per attempt. When it came to the line of scrimmage, Arizona gave up 152 yards on 28 rushes, or 5.4 yards per run allowed on average. They gave up 15 completions on 29 attempts for a total of 186 yards and a completion percentage of 51.7 percent.

Arizona Cardinals Offensive Stats

In terms of scoring touchdowns, the Arizona Cardinals average 31.4 points per game. As a team, they’re averaging 128.0 rushing yards each outing, which puts them eighth in the NFL. The Cardinals have 2,066 total yards through five games this season. Arizona has 65 first downs on the offensive side, with 33 infractions resulting in a loss of 282 yards. They’ve committed 5 turnovers (4 interceptions and 1 fumble lost). Arizona has scored 10 passing touchdowns and 8 rushing scores in the endzone.

The Cardinals rank 6th in the league in terms of opposing teams’ points, giving up 19.0 points per game. This season, opposing offenses are attempting for an average of 5.4 yards per carry and 139.0 rushing yards per game. In the last five games, they’ve given up 695 yards on the ground. The Cardinals have given up 1,072 yards through the pass, putting them in eighth place in the NFL. They’ve given up 214.4 yards through the pass and a completion percentage of 62.2. Over the course of the season, they’ve given up 353.4 yards per game, placing them 13th in the NFL. The Arizona Cardinals have surrendered 7 passing touchdowns and 3 rushing touchdowns.

NFL Odds Week 6: Cleveland Stats

The Browns enter week 6 with a 3-2 record this season. When they met last, the Browns suffered a 47-42 defeat at the hands of the Chargers. The Browns’ running back, Nick Chubb, carried the ball 21 times for 161 yards and 7.7 yards per carry in week 5 against Los Angeles. In terms of receiving for the Browns, David Njoku had the best day, catching 7 footballs for a total of 149 yards (21.3 yds per catch).

Baker Mayfield (2 TDs) had 305 yards on 23/32 passing with a 122.5 percent completion rate, also putting up two touchdowns. He didn’t throw any interceptions and his farthest pass was 71 yards long. The Cleveland defense gave up 23 rushing attempts for 112 yards (4.9 per rush). The Browns’ defensive secondary allowed a completion percentage of 60.5 percent, giving up 381 yards on 26 for 43 passing in the game. In terms of offensive yards the Browns had 531 yards in the game, which was good for a 7.8-yard average per play. The Browns rushed for 6.6 yards per carry and finished with 230 yards on 35 tries.

Browns Offensive Stats

With regard to the points being scored on the board, the Browns are currently 7th in the NFL, scoring 28.4 PPG. The Browns have passed for 1,150 yards this season and maintained an average of 230.0 throwing yards per game, which is 25th in the NFL. Cleveland’s ground game is averaging 187.6 yards per game, and they’ve carried the ball 938 times this season. The Cleveland Browns have an average of 417.6 yards per game, which has them ranked 5th in the NFL. Cleveland’s offense has committed 340 yards in penalties on 31 infractions, which is 18th in the NFL in terms of assisting the opposition. They have allowed two fumbles while intercepting two passes and gaining 58 first downs.

NFL Odds Week 6: Cleveland Browns Defensive Stats

This season, the Cleveland Browns have gained 5 rushing touchdowns and 378 rushing yards (75.6 yards/game) on the ground. The pass defense has not been bad at all, allowing 223.2 yards per game and 10 touchdowns through the air this season. They’re 11th in the NFL in terms of passing yards allowed. Through five games, they’ve already broken up four passes (two fumbles recovered and two interceptions). In total, they have allowed 114 points this season. Cleveland’s defense has played 292 snaps, which is second in the NFL. The Browns are surrendering 22.8 points per game, putting them 11th in the league.

Who will win the Arizona Cardinals at Cleveland Browns NFL game against the spread?

Oddsfanatic’s Pick: Take the Browns -2.5

Minnesota Vikings at Carolina Panthers

Odds/Point Spread: Panthers (-1.5)

Total/Over-Under: 46.5

The Minnesota Vikings are 2-3 this season. The Vikings defeated the Lions by a score of 19-17 in their most recent game. With 275 yards passing and 1 touchdown, Kirk Cousins recorded a passer rate of 94.6. He completed the game with one interception and connected 25 of his 34 passes. By catching seven passes for 124 yards, Justin Jefferson averaged 17.7 yards per reception. The Minnesota Vikings’ Alexander Mattison was the team’s leading rusher with 25 rushes for 113 yards (4.5 yds per rush).

Overall, they recorded 64 plays for 384 yards. The Vikings ran the ball 28 times for 120 yards, good for 4.3 yards per attempt. The Vikings allowed 108 yards on 24 tries, which calculates to 4.5 yards per carry versus the run against Detroit. Minnesota gave up 21 pass completions on 35 tries for 180 yards and a completion percentage of 60 percent.

Minnesota Vikings Offensive Stats

For the season, the Vikings have gained 1,914 yards. Minnesota has 68 first downs offensively and has been penalized for 33 infractions totalling 288 yards. In terms of points scored, Minnesota has 10 passing touchdowns and 1 rushing touchdown. The secondary has given up four consecutive turnovers, including two interceptions and two fumbles. The Vikings’ ground game, as a whole, is averaging 113.8 yards per game, placing them 15th in the NFL. When it comes to scoring touchdowns, the Minnesota Vikings average 22.6 points per game. The Minnesota Vikings are ranked 9th in the NFL in team defense, giving up 21.8 points per game.

They’ve given up 4.7 yards per carry and 130.0 rushing yards on average against opposing offenses this year. They’ve given up 650 yards on the ground in just five games. The Minnesota Vikings have surrendered 1,194 yards through the air, placing them 13th in the league. Through the air, they have given up 238.8 yards each game and a completion percentage of 66.3%. Overall, the Vikings have given up 3,688 yards through the air this season, putting them 17th in the NFL. They’ve given up six passing touchdowns and five rushing touchdowns this season.

NFL Odds Week 6: Carolina Stats

The Panthers enter week 6 with a 3-2 record this season. The last time the Panthers played football, they lost by a score of 21-18 against the Eagles. Chuba Hubbard had 101 yards on 24 carries, 4.2 YPC for Carolina, while D.J. Moore was a major target for the Panthers with 5 receptions for 42 yards (8.4 ypr). Sam Darnold completed 21 of 37 passes for 177 yards and one touchdown while his quarterback rating was 44.5. He had a longest pass of 25 yards. Carolina allowed 22 rushes for 91 yards (4.1 yards per carry). The Carolina Panthers’ secondary gave up a completion percentage of 59.5 percent, allowing 182 yards on 22 completions out of 37 pass attempts. They had 267 yards at the end of the game, ran 70 plays (3.8 yards per play). Carolina rushed for 3.6 yards per carry and gained 109 yards on 30 attempts.

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Panthers Offensive Stats

The Panthers rank 16th in the NFL, scoring an average of 23.0 points per game this season. The Panthers’ passing offense has been excellent thus far this season, ranking 13th in the NFL with 1,278 yards through the air and an average of 255.6 passing yards per game. They have rushed for 539 yards this season, with an average of 107.8 rushing yards per game. The Carolina Panthers average 363.4 yards per game, placing them 16th in the National Football League. The Carolina offense has generated 252 yards in penalties on 34 infractions, which is eighth in the NFL in terms of giving up free yards. They’ve given up six picks and had one fumble recovery, but they’ve accumulated 69 first downs.

NFL Odds Week 6: Carolina Panthers Defensive Stats

The Panthers are giving up 17.4 points per game, good for third in the NFL. Carolina has given up 471 rushing yards (94.2 per game) and four rushing touchdowns so far this season. In terms of passing, the Cardinals have given up 7 TDs through the air and 161.6 yards on average, putting them first in the NFL. Over the course of the season, Carolina’s defense has played 269 snaps, which is first in the league. They’ve given up 87 points throughout the year. This season, they’ve committed 5 turnovers (1 fumble recovery and 4 interceptions).

Who will win the Minnesota Vikings at Carolina Panthers NFL game against the spread?

Oddsfanatic’ Parlay Pick: Take the Panthers -1.5 and over 46.5 total points

Los Angeles Rams at New York Giants

Odds/Point Spread: Giants (+10.5)

Total/Over-Under: 49.5

The Los Angeles Rams are 4-1 in 2021 NFL season, having won their past two games. The Rams beat the Seahawks 26-17 in their most recent game. The Rams’ Darrell Henderson was the team’s leading rusher with 17 rushes for 82 yards (4.8 yds per rush). By catching 12 passes for 150 yards, Robert Woods recorded an average of 12.5 yards per reception. Overall, Matt Stafford completed 25 of 37 passes for 365 yards and one touchdown.

He had a quarterback rating of 97.2 and ended the game with 1 interception. The Rams surrendered 92 yards on 25 running plays, which comes out to 3.7 yards per run allowed. On 33 passes, the Rams allowed 21 completions for 262 yards and a 63.6% completion rate. They had 67 plays for 476 yards overall. Los Angeles ran the ball 29 times for a total of 118 yards, which averages out to 4.1 yds per carry.

Los Angeles Rams Offensive Stats

In terms of scoring in the endzone, the Los Angeles Rams average 28.2 points per game. The Rams rank 23rd in the league with an average of 98.0 yards per game on the ground, as a unit. Los Angeles have accumulated 2,041 yards throughout the season to date. They have racked up 73 first downs through the air, while committing 17 penalties for 176 yards. They’ve given up the ball five times (three interceptions and two fumbles lost). With regard to scoring touchdowns, the Rams have scored 12 through the air and four on the ground.

The L.A. Rams are ranked 13th in the NFL in terms of team defense, giving up 23.2 points per game. They’re giving up 4.5 yards on each carry and 117.2 rushing yards every game this year. Through 5 games, they’ve surrendered 586 yards on the ground. When it comes to passing yards, the Rams have allowed 1,355 yards, which puts them 23rd in the NFL. Through the air, they’ve given up 271.0 yards per game and a completion percentage of 69.9%. They’ve given up 388.2 yards per game this season, putting them 23rd in the NFL. The Rams have given up six touchdown passes and six rushing touchdowns.

NFL Odds Week 6: New York Stats

The Giants are 1-4 this season. The Giants lost 44-20 when they last played the Cowboys, their fourth game of the season. Denver’s Devontae Booker rushed for 42 yards on 16 carries and finished the game with 2.6 yards per attempt. The Giants had the most productive day in terms of receiving for Kadarius Toney, who snagged 10 balls for 189 yards (18.9 yard per reception). The offense was led by quarterback Mike Glennon (1 TD), who went 16 of 25 for 196 yards and two touchdowns through the air while posting a rating of 68.1.

He recorded two interceptions, including one that traveled 35 yards in length. The New York Giants allowed 39 runs for 201 yards (5.2 yds per carry). The Giants’ defensive backs gave up a 69.7 percent completion rate, allowing 314 yards on 23 of 33 attempts through the air. New York gained 367 yards in the game, running 64 plays (5.7 yds per play). They rushed for 2.9 yards per attempt in their 44-20 loss to the Cowboys, picking up 73 yards on 25 rushes.

Giants Offensive Stats

The New York Giants have an average of 380.6 yards per game, putting them 12th among all NFL teams. The ground game has helped them average 95.8 yards on the ground and gain 479 total. The New York offense has yielded 255 yards in penalties on 31 infractions, placing it 21st in the league in terms of hurting your team. They’ve thrown three interceptions and lost two fumbles, leading to 67 first downs. Through the season thus far, the Giants have 1,424 passing yards and an average of 284.8 throwing yards per game, which is eighth in the NFL. The Giants rank 23rd in the NFL when it comes to scoring points, averaging 20.6 points per game.

NFL Odds Week 6: New York Giants Defensive Stats

For the season, New York has given up 692 rushing yards (138.4 per game) and five rushing scores. The defense has allowed 10 passing touchdowns and 270.2 yards per game, putting them 22nd in the football league. On the season, their defense has recorded 6 turnovers (3 fumbles and 3 interceptions). Overall, they have given up 139 points. The Giants’ defense has been on the field for 333 plays this season, putting them 25th in the NFL. The Giants are allowing 27.8 PPG, ranking them 26th in the league.

Who will win the Los Angeles Rams at New York Giants NFL game against the spread?

Oddsfanatic’s Pick: Take the Giants +10.5

Las Vegas Raiders at Denver Broncos

Odds/Point Spread: Broncos (-3.5)

Total/Over-Under: 46.5

For this season, the Las Vegas Raiders are 3-2. The Raiders played the Bears and lost by a final score of 20-9 in their most recent game. The Raiders’ primary ground-force was running back Josh Jacobs, who had 15 totes for 48 yards (3.2 yds per rush). In Week 5 against the Bears, Hunter Renfrow produced a 9.3 average per catch on 6 receptions for 56 yards.

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Derek Carr completed 22 of his 35 pass attempts for 206 yards and one interception. He had a 67.1 quarterback rating. On the ground, Las Vegas surrendered 143 yards on 37 runs, or 3.9 yards per carry allowed. The defense of the Raiders surrendered 13 completions on 21 attempts for 109 yards and a completion rate of 61.9 percent. They had 60 plays for 259 yards in the game. The Las Vegas Raiders ran the ball 22 times for 71 yards, resulting in an average of 3.2 yards per carry.

Las Vegas Raiders Offensive Stats

The Raiders have accumulated 1,885 yards throughout the course of this season. Las Vegas has 67 first downs and has given up 40 penalties for 346 yards. The team has compiled 8 passes and 4 rushing touchdowns and reached the endzone through either means. They have given up four fumbles, which is a lot for a defensive unit. They average 78.6 yards on the ground, which is 29th in the NFL as a unit. The Las Vegas Raiders average 22.6 points each game in their endzone, according to collected football stats.

In terms of yards through the air, the Raiders have given up 1,027 yards, which puts them in fourth place in the NFL. Through the air they’ve surrendered 205.4 yards per game, as well as a 64.8 percent completion percentage. Over the course of this season, they’ve given up 339.8 yards per game, which places them 10th in the NFL. They’ve given up six passing touchdowns and seven rushing touchdowns. This season, the Raiders are allowing teams to run for an average of 4.6 yards per carry and 134.4 rushing yards per game. Through 5 games, they’ve given up 672 yards on the ground. The Raiders are 17th in the NFL when it comes to opposing teams scoring, giving up 24.0 points per game.

NFL Odds Week 6: Denver Stats

The Broncos are 3-2 this season. The Broncos lost 27-19 when they met the Steelers earlier this year. Teddy Bridgewater (2 TDs) had 288 yards on 24/38 throws with one interception and a 92.9 quarterback rating. He threw one interception, but his longest completion was 39 yards away. The 7 receptions for 120 yards by Courtland Sutton was one of the top performances for the Broncos (17.1 yds per catch). Javonte Williams ran for 61 yards on eight carries, with an average of 7.6 yards per attempt, in the Broncos’ loss to Steelers.

The Broncos scored a total of 374 yards and ran 58 plays (6.4 yds per play). The team finished with 106 yards on 18 carries, which came to 5.9 yards per carry. The Broncos allowed 35 rushes for 147 yards (4.2 yards per carry), though these numbers are inflated by a rushing score. They surrendered 244 yards on 15 out of 25 passes, leaving their pass defense with a 60.0 percent completion rate.

Broncos Offensive Stats

The Denver Broncos average 357.8 yards on offense, putting them 18th in the NFL. They average 118.6 yards on the ground each week, with 593 rushing yards this season. The Broncos’ offense has 294 yards of penalties on 32 infractions, which is good for 16th in the NFL. They’ve given up two picks and surrendered two fumbles, yet they’ve gained 61 1st downs. The Broncos have 1,196 yards passing and 239.2 passing yards per game for the year so far, placing them 22nd among all NFL teams in terms of both categories. When assessing their scoring ability, the Broncos are currently ranked 24th in the NFL with 20.4 points per game.

NFL Odds Week 6: Denver Broncos Defensive Stats

For the year, Denver has given up 427 rushing yards (85.4 yards per game) and three rushing touchdowns. The team has allowed 5 touchdowns through the pass while recording 207.0 yards/game, which puts them sixth in the league. They’ve recorded six takeaways (two fumbles and four interceptions) so far this season. Overall, they have allowed 76 points in 5 games. The Broncos’ defense has played 293 snaps, which puts them third in the NFL. The Broncos are giving up 15.2 points per game, placing them second in the football league.

Who will win the Las Vegas Raiders at Denver Broncos NFL game against the spread?

Oddsfanatic’s Pick: Take the Raiders +3.5