USHealth Group “Guess the Score” Contest: Atlanta Falcons vs. Miami Dolphins ($100 in Prizes!)
1st Place: $50 Amazon gift card
2nd-6th Place: $10 Amazon gift card
We at The Crowd’s Line are excited to announce that we are partnering with a health insurance group to deliver a special contest with $100 in prizes!
Are you a healthy individual paying for health insurance out of your own pocket? Would you be interested in saving up to 50% on your insurance? Would you like lower deductibles?
Contact an agent today:
Eric Horstmeyer | Agent
900 Biscayne Blvd Suite 601B Miami, FL 33132
Phone: (305) 570-8411
Health coverage includes:
• Specified Disease Sickness and Accident Insurance
• Critical Illness
• Life Coverage
• Dental Coverage
• Short-Term Accident Disability Income Insurance
• Vision Coverage
To learn more, visit their website today by CLICKING HERE
On Thursday, August 10th, the Atlanta Falcons will be on the road to take on the Miami Dolphins in week one of the NFL preseason.
2016-17 Statistics (32 total teams):
Yards per game: Falcons 415.8 (2nd) > Dolphins 332.8 (24th)
Points per game: Falcons 33.8 (1st) > Dolphins 22.7 (17th)
Turnover margin: Falcons +11 > Dolphins +2
Fewest yards allowed per game: Dolphins 382.6 (4th) > Falcons 371.2 (25th)
Fewest Points allowed per game: Dolphins 23.8 (18th) > Falcons 25.4 (27th)
The Falcons return after their disappointing 34-28 Super Bowl loss to the New England Patriots. Atlanta won the NFC South with an (11-5) record in the regular season. The Packers took home the NFC North crown with an (11-5) record and were destroyed by Atlanta 44-21 in the NFC Championship Game. The Falcons (+134) were 2nd in the league in point differential while the Dolphins (-17) ranked 24th. Atlanta had the NFL’s number one offense (33.8 PPG) led by league MVP Matt Ryan and superstar receiver Julio Jones. The Falcons defense is young, athletic, and improved as the season went along. Adding Dontari Poe should solidify the interior of the defensive line and help stuff the run.
It was unprecedented for Miami to make the playoffs despite ranking in the bottom third of the league in regards to point differential. The Dolphins were ousted 30-18 by the Pittsburgh Steelers. Ryan Tannehill took a step back last season but running back Jay Ajayi emerged as one of the better players in the league. Miami’s defense is strong on the defensive line but could use some improvement in the secondary. Ultimately, I doubt the Dolphins can keep up with the high scoring Falcons.
To be eligible to win a prize in any contest at The Crowd’s Line, you must be at least 18 years old and a resident of the United States or Canada. You must also submit your score prediction on our official prediction tool (blog widget), and include a valid email address. Contest winners are determined according to The Crowd’s Line scoring methodology. If more than one entrant has the same winning score, final contest rankings and prize winners are selected by random draw. Only one entry per person is allowed for each contest; multiple entries from a single player will be deemed invalid. There are no prize substitutions or exchanges available from The Crowd’s Line. All contest prizes will be sent by email within 5-7 business days after the conclusion of each contest.