San Francisco 49ers at Miami Dolphins
Sunday, November 27, 2016
Sun Life Stadium is the site of this week’s game between the San Francisco 49ers and the Miami Dolphins. The 49ers come into this matchup with an overall record of 1-9 and they are 0-4 on the road. They have a point differential of -109. The Dolphins head into this game with an overall record of 6-4 and they are 4-1 at home. Their point differential is 2.
San Francisco has scored 204 points this season, which ranks 24th in the NFL. In the passing department, they have completed 173 passes out of 312 attempts for a 55.5% completion percentage this year. They’ve thrown for 1,898 yards, which ranks 31st in the NFL. The 49ers have run for 1,198 yards on 292 attempts for a 4.1 average, which ranks them 5th in the league on the ground. San Francisco has run 630 plays and accumulated 3,096 total yards, ranking their offense 30th overall. The 49ers have a total of 185 first downs this season which ranks them 28th in the league. Their offense has been whistled for 59 penalties for 490 yards this season, ranking them 29th in the NFL.
Miami has totaled 218 points this year, which ranks their offense 21st in the league. They have connected on 197 throws out of 300 attempts for a 65.7% completion percentage. They’ve passed for 2,117 yards, which ranks 29th in the league. The Dolphins have rushed for 1,181 yards on 245 attempts for a 4.8 average, which ranks them 8th in the league on the ground. Miami has had 569 plays on offense and they’ve gained 3,298 yards, ranking them 27th overall. The Dolphins have earned 177 first downs this season which ranks them 31st in the NFL. Their offense has been called for 80 penalties for 767 yards this year, ranking them 2nd in the league.
San Francisco has allowed 313 points this season, which ranks 31st in the NFL. They have given up 216 completions out of 352 attempts for a 61.4% completion percentage this year. They’ve allowed 2,516 passing yards, which ranks 14th in the NFL. The 49ers have surrendered 1,795 rushing yards on 347 attempts for a 5.2 average, which ranks them 32nd in the league in terms of rushing defense. San Francisco has had 716 plays against their defense and they’ve given up 4,311 total yards, ranking their defense 31st overall. The 49ers have given up 236 first downs this year which ranks them 30th in the league. Their defense has forced 62 penalties for 536 yards this season, ranking them 7th in the NFL at forcing penalties.
Miami has given up 216 points this year, which ranks 15th in the league. They have allowed 208 completions out of 343 pass attempts for a 60.6% completion percentage this season. They’ve given up 2,245 passing yards, which ranks 8th in the league. The Dolphins have given up 1,261 rushing yards on 291 carries for a 4.3 average, which ranks them 30th in the NFL in rushing defense. Miami has played 657 plays on defense and they’ve surrendered 3,506 total yards, ranking their defense 14th overall in the league. The Dolphins have allowed 203 first downs this year which ranks them 13th in the NFL. Their defense has forced 73 penalties for 591 yards this season, ranking them 18th in the league.
Our pick: Take the 49ers