Week 17 NFL Lines And Odds: Jets Vs. Dolphins

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - DECEMBER 24: Mark Sanchez #6 of the New York Jets talks on the bench during the second half against the New York Giants on December 24, 2011 at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. (Photo by Christopher Pasatieri/Getty Images)

The 8-7 Jets enter Sunday's contest against the Miami Dolphins as slight underdogs as they look to make the AFC Playoffs.

The 8-7 New York Jets travel to Miami to face the 5-10 Miami Dolphins this Sunday with an outside chance of making the AFC Playoffs. In order for the Jets to make the Playoffs they need to defeat the Dolphins, a Bengals loss to the Ravens, a Titans loss to the Texans and either A) a Broncos loss to the Cheifs or B) a Raiders loss to the Chargers.

At 5-10 the Dolphins have nothing significant to play for.

According to Odds Shark the Dolphins opened the week as one-point home favorites. The line has moved to as many as 2.5 on a handful of sports betting sites.

According to Vegas Insider 67 percent of the money against the spread is being wagered on the Dolphins. The Over/Under is 41 points, with 87 percent being placed on the over. 95 percent of the money line bets are being placed on the Jets.

For more Jets coverage, visit our team page or our blog Gang Green Nation.

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