NFL odds Week 15, Jaguars vs. Dolphins 2012: Underdogs once again

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The Jacksonville Jaguars head to south Florida to take on the Miami Dolphins as a two-score underdog.

The Jacksonville Jaguars are riding another losing streak after falling at home to the New York Jets and hit the road to south Florida and continue their tour of the AFC East. Against the Miami Dolphins on Sunday, the Jaguars are listed as +7.5 point underdogs for the matchup, which isn't all too shocking considering the struggles on offense.

The Jaguars scoring offense is one of the worst in the NFL and they'll be facing a tough Dolphins defense that gives up just 21.2 points per game.

Both teams have lost two games in a row and will be looking to stop the skid, but the Dolphins seemed more poised to end that losing streak than the Jaguars. While the Jaguars have been better on the road than they have at home, they've still struggled to put up points outside of their trip to Houston.

Here's what OddsShark has to say about the game:

The Jacksonville Jaguars are 5-1 ATS on the road this season despite a 1-5 SU road record, and will be looking for another cover and a win this Sunday when they visit the Miami Dolphins at Sun Life Stadium. Miami is 1-5 SU and 1-4-1 ATS over its last six games. Jacksonville is 1-2 SU and ATS over its last three games against Miami. All three of those games went UNDER the total.

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