NFL Sunday Preview: Miami Dolphins at Denver Broncos [Three Prop Bets on a Miami Blowout]

NFL Nov 22, 2020

The Miami Dolphins continued their five-game win streak with a 29-21 win over Justin Herbert and the Los Angeles Chargers on Sunday.  And if you followed my picks, you probably made a decent amount of coin, as we hit on all three of our picks.  Lucky for you, we plan to do it again this week.

Here are three prop bets for this weekend’s game between the Dolphins and Broncos when the Dolphins travel to the Mid-West to take on the Denver Broncos.


Spread Full Time

As of now, there is a ton of uncertainty over which quarterback will start for the Broncos this week.  But the truth is, I’m not sure it matters.

The Dolphins defense is playing out of this world, and after putting a stop to Herbert’s improbable rookie season last week, they plan to do the same this week vs. Denver and their young skill-players.

Drew Lock?  Brett Rypien?  It doesn’t matter.  This isn’t the same Dolphins team that has been the league's laughing stock for the last decade.  No, this team is legit. We know in the NFL teams go by an Any Given Sunday mentality. Not this week.

Dolphins win big in Denver.

Bet – Miami Dolphins -3.5 (1.90)

Total Team Points

Since making the switch to rookie quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, the Dolphins' offense has averaged 30 points per game.  Most surprising, however, is that they’ve been able to score 23 points or more in the first half of each of their last three games.

Now, I’m not here to tell you whether or not this is sustainable.  Because I can’t see that it is, but for a team that is firing on all cylinders, both offensively and defensively, I think it’s safe to say they’ll score more than 23.5 points in this game.
Heck, I wouldn’t be surprised if the Dolphins have this bet locked up by halftime.  

Bet – Miami Dolphins Team Total Over 23.5 (1.68)

Winning Margin Full Time

My third and final bet is a bit more of a wildcard.  But if you follow this play, the results could be as rewarding as ever.  After all, I already explained why I believe the Dolphins will cover the spread.  And I went on to explain why they’re going to score more than 23.5 points—potentially in the first half.  So why shouldn’t I continue to bet on the Dolphins?

My final wager is on the Dolphins to win and to win big.  There are several routes you can go.  However, I believe Brian Flores and his team will be ready to play. And they’re going to win this game convincingly in all three phases.4

Bet – Miami Dolphins to win by 19-24 (13-1 odds)

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