New York has won two of its last three games and is coming off a 13-7 win as a four-point home dog over the Philadelphia Eagles last week. Offensively, the Giants are 26th in the NFL scoring 18.4 ppg and 24th picking up 317.5 total yards.
The starting quarterback Daniel Jones is currently listed as doubtful for Sunday. If Jones cannot go Mike Glennon will get the start.
On defense New York is 15th, giving up 23 ppg, and 26th allowing 371.4 total yards.
The Miami Dolphins lost seven of their first eight games this season while dealing with distractions and rumors regarding quarterback Tua Tagovailoa possibly being traded to Houston for Deshaun Watson. The Dolphins have turned things around since the trade deadline passed and since won four straight games.
Last Sunday, Miami blew out Carolina 33-10, and over the four-game winning streak have also beat the New York Jets, Baltimore, and Houston.
The Dolphins are 24th in the NFL averaging 19.5 ppg, and 26th picking up 310.3 yards per game. Miami has used two quarterbacks this season Jacoby Brissett and Tua Tagovailoa, but Tagovailoa has been the man exclusively in the last two wins. Against the Panthers, Tagovailoa completed 27 of 31 passes for 230 yards with a touchdown.
Defensively Miami is 19th allowing 23.2 points per contest, and 24th allowing 367.4 total yards.
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— Miami Dolphins (@MiamiDolphins) December 4, 2021
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| Title: The Miami Dolphins will host the New York Giants on Sunday.
| Author: David Marotta
| Date: Dec 3, 2021