Miami Dolphins Betting Primer: Super Bowl Odds, Win Total, More
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Miami Dolphins Odds
If you’re new to betting, the Dolphins’ +8000 Super Bowl odds mean a $100 bet would net $8,000 if they won. [Convert odds using our betting odds calculator.]
The Dolphins didn’t totally tank for the No. 1 pick, but they did draft Tua Tagovailoa. With Ryan Fitzpatrick the Week 1 starter, though, when will we finally see Tua in NFL action?
Sean Koerner breaks down Miami’s 2020 win total below.
Dolphins Win Total
First-year head coach Brian Flores and veteran journeyman Ryan Fitzpatrick deserve a lot of credit for leading the Dolphins to a 5-11 record last season.
The offensive line was historically bad, which forced them to abandon the run altogether. Defenses were also able to tee off on Fitzpatrick thanks to the Dolphins allowing the second-most pressures. The poor protection is why I think the Dolphins would like to hold first-round rookie Tua Tagovailoa out until 2021, if possible, so they have more time to bolster the O-line.
Given that, as I said throughout 2019, any bets for or against a Fitzpatrick-led team is the very definition of gambling. I’m going to pass on their win total.