NFL Pro Football 2017 Miami Dolphins Regular Season Win Odds Preview

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The Miami Dolphins in the 2016 season was one of the surprise teams in the NFL as they finished off play in the regular season with a record of 10-6 which was good enough for second place in the AFC East division. The Dolphins earned a Wildcard playoff berth and was sent on the road to meet the Pittsburgh Steelers where they lost 30-12 as a +11 point underdog. Second year head coach Adam Gase ended a seven year drought in the playoffs for Miami but has plenty to improve on with this team. Opponents gained more yards and scored more points than the Dolphins. They were the 24th ranked offense in the NFL and 29th in defense. They started off 1-4 and rallied to win eight of their next nine games. Four wins came against the Jets and Bills. Two wins came against the 49ers and Rams.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the Miami Dolphins lined at 7 ½ wins with over the total favored by -135 odds with under returning +105 odds.

The Dolphins made a long term commitment with their quarterback Ryan Tannehill with a huge contract heading into last season. The veteran is entering his sixth season. Last year he completed a career high 67.1% of his passes but had only 19 touchdowns with 12 picks. He suffered a season ending injury at home to Arizona so he missed the team’s final three games of the season. They went with backup veteran Matt Moore in the playoff loss against the Steelers where he completed 29 of 36 passes for 289 yards with a touchdown and a pick. Miami was down 30-6 until they got a Matt Moore touchdown pass with six minutes remaining in the game. They won a lot of close games last year. To improve their defense the Miami Dolphins selected three defensive players with their first three picks in the draft. Miami looks to improve their pass rush by selecting Charles Harris out of Missouri with their first pick in the draft.

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