Miami Dolphins vs. New York Jets NFL Prop Picks (10/17/11)

Last Updated: October 16th, 2011 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist)
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Our NFL prop picks continue with our Monday Night Football picks and our Miami Dolphins vs. New York Jets prop picks. Be sure to check out our NFL prop picks for the big duel on Monday, courtesy of BetOnline Sportsbook.

Brandon Marshall Over/Under 55.5 Receiving Yards
When are some NFL players going to learn not to run their yaps… Marshall decided to make a big deal out of the fact that he was ready to duke it out with Antonio Cromartie and Bart Scott, and that he was going to do something big that got him kicked out of the game in the second quarter. However, let’s be realistic for a second. Marshall is going to be on Revis Island, and he is going to have a brand spanking new quarterback trying to throw him the ball in QB Matt Moore. Sure, these two had two weeks to prepare for this game, but it isn’t going to make a difference. Marshall Under 55.5 Receiving Yards (-115 at BetOnline Sportsbook)

Mark Sanchez Over/Under 220.5 Passing Yards
Thus far this season, Sanchez has really had two good games and three total duds. We tend to give him a pass about throwing for less than 200 yards against both the Baltimore Ravens and Jacksonville Jaguars, and aside from that, he has gone over 330 yards in two of his three games. Now, he’s going against a Miami secondary which is just downright brutal. No, we don’t think that the GQ boy is going to be throwing for 400 yards like QB Tom Brady did, but we do think that he is going to get into at least the 240s or so without any problems. Sanchez Over 220.5 Passing Yards (-115 at BetOnline Sportsbook).

Will There Be a Special Teams Or Defensive TD?
The last time the Jets played on primetime football, there were a whopping five defensive or special teams touchdowns against the Baltimore Ravens. There’s no doubt that this Jets defense is going to be all over the field, and RB Joe McKnight has proven to be a fantastic kick returner with the ability to really break the big ones. The Dolphins don’t have a defensive or special teams touchdown as of yet this year, but with the propensity of Sanchez to throw picks and turn the ball over, we can’t discount the chances that there is at least one score coming from the ‘D’ or special teams in this game. Defensive Or Special Teams Touchdown Scored (+160 at BetOnline Sportsbook).

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