NFL Fantasy Football Head to Head Betting: Carson Palmer vs Matt Moore

 

NFL Fantasy Football Head to Head Betting: Carson Palmer vs Matt Moore

BetDSI Sportsbook brings you another Fantasy Football Head to Head Betting option between QB’s Carson Palmer of the Oakland Raiders and Matt Moore of the Miami Dolphins. BetDSI Sportsbook current Betting Lines display the Dolphins Matt Moore as a -1 point favorite over the Raiders Carson Palmer.

Matt Moore since taking over the reigns at quarterback for the Dolphins has shown vast improvements each time out in his seven starts this season. On the year he has 138 completions on 219 attempts, 1,607 yards, 8 touchdowns, and 5 interceptions. Last week against the Dallas Cowboys he went 19 for 32 for 288 yards and a touchdown.

The Raiders Carson Palmer has also shown vast improvement since his disasterous three interception game where he was called up from his couch and thrown to the wolves. He has impved and now has 79 completions on 136 attempts, for 1,212 yards, 6 touchdowns, and 8 interceptions on the year. Last week against he went 21 for 37 for 301 yards and threw a pick against the Chicago Bears.

NFL Fantasy Football Betting Prediction: The Miami Dolphins QB Matt Moore has been on a hot streak throwing 4 TD’s in the past two games to the Raiders Carson Palmer’s 1TD. Can’t bet against that! Take Moore at -1, as I just don’t see Carson Palmer being able to do enough with such an injured Raiders receiving corp. WR’s Jacoby Ford, Denarius Moore, and HB Darren McFadden who is electric out the backfield will all be out due to injury.

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* Scoring for Matchup determined by:

Passing Completions Made

¼ Point (ie 1 Point for every 4 Completions)

Passing Yards (50 yards for 1 point, Partial 50 yards count as decimal)

Passing Touchdown 6 Points

Interceptions -2 Points

Rushing Attempts ¼ Point (ie 1 Point for every 4 Attempts)

Rushing Yards (20 Yards for 1 point, Partial 20 yards count as decimal)

Rushing Touchdowns 6 Points

Reception Yards(kick off returns, and punt return yards included) 20 Yards for 1 point, Partial 20 yards count as decimal)

Receptions Made 1 Point

Reception Touchdowns 6 Points

Return Touchdowns 6 Points

2-Point Conversions 2 Points

Fumbles Lost -2 Points

Field Goals 0-39 Yards 3 Points

Field Goals 40-49 Yards 4 Points

Field Goals 50 + Yards 5 Points

Point After Attempt Made 1 Point

*(www.nfl.com stats used only)

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