The Miami Dolphins travel to face the New England Patriots this week fresh off an impressive road win. In this article, find a Dolphins Vs. Patriots Same Game Parlay featuring Rhamondre Stevenson Jaylen Waddle.
Miami Dolphins vs. New England Patriots Same Game Parlay Picks
The Dolphins and Patriots renew hostilities in Week 2 as Tua Tagovailoa enters on the heels of one of the best games of his young career. Mac Jones also looked great in Week 1 as new offensive coordinator Bill O’Brien had an immediate impact on his productivity.
I don’t expect a full blown shootout to break out on Sunday night, but what if it does? The Patriots moved the ball up and down the field on the Eagles’ elite defense and Miami’s offense looked unstoppable in Week 1. Let’s lean into scoring with our SGP.
Leg 1: Rhamondre Stevenson 75+ Rushing Yards (+270) and Anytime Touchdown (+126)
It was a quiet Week 1 for Rhamondre Stevenson as he took 12 carries for just 25 yards, but a confluence of factors led to that. First, the Patriots were trailing big early, so the game script went towards the passing game. New England was also missing its two starting guards against the likes of Jordan Davis, Jalen Carter, and Fletcher Cox.
Stevenson was also dealing with an illness in Week 1 that caused him to miss practice on Friday before the game. All told, it shouldn’t be a shock that he had a quiet Week 1. However, he gets a great opportunity to bounce back against a Miami run defense that allowed the most rush yards before contact in the NFL last week.
Miami had an elite run defense last season, so the Chargers running for 234 yards on 6.5 YPC came as a surprise to me, but this is a matchup to attack until further notice. The Patriots’ offensive line could be healthier than it was last week if Mike Onwenu and Cole Strange play – they were both limited in Friday practice.
Stevenson can score in this game either through the air or on the ground, and the Dolphins allowed 3 rushing touchdowns last week. There’s a very real chance Ezekiel Elliott steals goal line carries here, but both running backs could end up scoring in this game.
Leg 2: Jaylen Waddle 100+ Receiving Yards (+350) and Anytime Touchdown (+165)
Bill Belichick has long been known for taking away the opposing team’s top option, and there’s no question that for Miami, that’s Tyreek Hill. In Week 1, Hill had a blistering 11 catches for 215 yards and two touchdowns while Jaylen Waddle took a back seat, finishing with * just * four catches for 78 yards.
While Hill is one of the best receivers in the NFL, the Patriots have devised a strong plan for slowing him down – he’s under 70 receiving yards in three of his last four games against New England. With Hill a focal point for the defense, look for Waddle to have a bigger performance.
Don’t forget how elite Waddle was last season – his 2.46 yards per route run ranked fourth in the NFL. The Patriots play a lot of zone defense, and that’s where Waddle’s ability after the catch can shine – he ranked third in YAC against zone defense last season.
The Patriots will be dialed in on Hill in the red zone, so I like Waddle to score in this game. He’s scored in three of his four career games against New England, and his big-play ability means he’s a threat to score from anywhere on the field.
Same Game Parlay Card For Dolphins vs Patriots: +3000
- Rhamondre Stevenson 75+ Rushing Yards (+270)
- Rhamondre Stevenson Anytime Touchdown (+126)
- Jaylen Waddle 100+ Receiving Yards (+350)
- Jaylen Waddle Anytime Touchdown (+165)