The Best Miami Dolphins Prop Bets For The 2021-2022 Season

  • Tua Tagovailoa has -220 odds to have OVER 25 total touchdowns this season.
  • Jaylen Waddles’ touchdown total is set at 6 total touchdowns for the year by sportsbooks.
  • Jason Sanders has +200 odds to kick OVER 14.5 consecutive field goals for the Dolphins 2021-2022 season.
  • Christian Wilkins has +1000 odds to rush for OVER 1.5 touchdowns for the year.

MIAMI—The Miami Dolphins have turned things around in the 2020 season with a 10-6 record after finishing the previous two seasons way below a .500 record. The organization has made all of the necessary moves in the offseason to remain competitive and have many young, talented athletes to utilize this year.

As the Dolphins get ready to head into the 2021-22 regular season, there is a lot to look forward to from a bettor's perspective as online sportsbooks are flooded with Miami Dolphins prop bets. Players such as Tua Tagovailoa, Jaylen Waddle, Jason Sanders, and even Christian Wilkins have prop bets placed on them and their performances this season.

Tua Tagovailoa Prop Bet

Tua Tagovailoa – Passing/Receiving/Rushing Touchdown Total

  • OVER 25 -220
  • UNDER 25 +155

QB Tua Tagovailoa is going into his sophomore season in the NFL and many are expecting him to have a large second-year showing. Looking at the 25 total touchdowns posted for this prop bet, it's reasonably attainable by Tua just by passing alone.

In the 10 games that he played last season, Tua was able to put up 14 total touchdowns including 11 in the air and three rushing. Now that he will be the full-time starter with a loaded receiving core, it is hard to see him not demolishing his rookie year numbers.

Jaylen Waddle Prop Bet

Jaylen Waddle – Passing/Receiving/Rushing Touchdown Total

  • OVER 6 +200
  • UNDER 6 -300

Going into his rookie season, Jaylen Waddle has high expectations being that he was the highest-drafted receiver in the draft class with the sixth overall pick. However, his NFL odds for total touchdowns on the season should be easy money for those betting on the side of the favored odds.

Waddle is stepping into an already crowded receiving room with DeVante Parker, Will Fuller, and Preston Williams. He will slide into the third receiving option for the team behind both Parker and Fuller which could damage his chances of hitting the longer odds. Looking back at his three years at Alabama, he was only able to go over six total touchdowns once and also pushed once.

There is a chance though that he can hit the OVER. Both DeVante Parker and Will Fuller are injury-prone with Parker only playing one fully healthy season in his six-year NFL career, while Fuller has played no fully healthy seasons. If Waddle can remain healthy, he could look to take advantage of the games that these two players may potentially miss.

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Jason Sanders Prop Bet

Jason Sanders – Consecutive Field Goals Made In The 2021-22 Season

  • OVER 14.5 +200
  • UNDER 14.5 -300

Jason Sanders had his best season as a professional football player in the 2020 season yet his odds are speaking otherwise. If there was ever a time to take the longer odds, this would be it by any sports bettor. Sanders hit the OVER for consecutive field goals made last season, having kicked 17 in a row throughout the Dolphins' first eight games of the season.

For his time in the NFL, he has gone 23 for 23 on field goals of 29 yards or less and is 18-19 from 30-39 yards. With that said, expect his hot kicking streak to continue.

Christian Wilkins Prop Bet

Christian Wilkins – Rushing Touchdown Total 2021-22 Season

  • OVER 1.5 +1000
  • UNDER 1.5 -5000

This one might be a bit of a stretch to take the OVER since defensive players are not usually the players to score the ball often, but when they do, it is usually a defensive back. It is hard seeing the Dolphins lineup Wilkins for any rushing attempts being that he is their starting defensive tackle.

While the easy money here comes with the UNDER, those willing to take a bit of a low-risk high-reward view can do so by betting on the OVER. It might be hard to believe, but Wilkins has rushed for the OVER one time in his football career during his senior year at Clemson, where he rushed the ball three times for three yards and two touchdowns.

While it was not a rushing touchdown, it is worth putting out there that Wilkins did catch a receiving touchdown last season. So, the Dolphins do have some tricks hidden in their shoulder pads on the plays they give to their star defensive tackle.