- The Miami Dolphins have +4000 odds to win the Super Bowl.
- There are +2500 odds for the Dolphins to win the AFC Championship.
- Miami has +450 odds to win the AFC East division.
MIAMI – In what has been a very active offseason for the Miami Dolphins, they have made arguably the biggest move of the free agency. The Dolphins and the Kansas City Chiefs completed arguably the biggest trade of the offseason that sent star wide receiver, Tyreek Hill, to Miami.
Hill has already made an immediate impact on the Dolphins in terms of the team's futures odds on 98 online sportsbooks. The Dolphins saw their Super Bowl odds shift down from +7000 to +5000.
Their odds to win the AFC Championship went from +3500 to +1800. Lastly, their NFL odds to win the AFC East division shifted down from +675 to +375.
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The bulk of Miami’s free agency moves came on the offensive end as new head coach, Mike McDaniel, continues to find ways to surround Tua Tagovailoa with high powered pieces.
Their receiving core is already amongst the best in the league now that Hill and Jaylen Waddle will be lining up side by side. The two combined for 2,254 receiving yards and 15 touchdowns in 2021.
They’ve added major depth in the backfield with Chase Edmonds (903 all-purpose yards in 2021), a true pass-catching running back and Raheem Mostert (4.32 40-yard dash, 9th amongst active players), a speed demon.
Also, McDaniel has been known to get the most use out of his fullbacks and San Francisco 49ers fullback Kyle Juszczyk is an example of that. That said, they’ve also added Alec Ingold.
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On the offensive line, an area where they needed major help after allowing 39 sacks last season, they have brought in two of the best.
Former New Orleans Saints left tackle, Terron Armstead, and former Dallas Cowboys left guard, Connor Williams.
Looking at Williams, he played on the number one offensive line in Dallas and certainly played his role well having allowed just one sack all season on 948 snaps played.
As for Armstead, he only played eight games for the Saints last season due to injury, however, he was the best piece on that line for a reason as he also allowed just one sack on 468 snaps played. Something else to note is that he was only called for three penalties in those games.
With the Dolphins’ defense already being a solid unit and their offense finally coming together, this could be a great time to get in on any of their odds before the season starts and they begin to shift.
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