Indianapolis Colts Vs. Miami Dolphins Player Props (10/3/21)

The Indianapolis Colts are heading to Miami this Sunday in search of their first win of the season. The Colts are off to a rough 0-3 start after finishing last season as one of the top teams in the league.  Through our site, you can find the best Colts and Dolphins player prop-bets using our player-prop bet search tool. You can compare different props and odds for any player competing this Sunday if at least one sportsbook offers a market for it. With tons of options to choose from, make sure to find the best odds and bonuses that are guaranteed to make your Sunday better.

Indianapolis Colts Vs. Miami Dolphins Player Prop Search Tool

Jonathan Taylor Rushing and Receiving Yards Over 87.5 (-110)

Through three games this season, the Miami Dolphins have allowed over 400 rushing yards on defense. Jonathan Taylor and the Colts are off to a slow start, however, this is a must-win matchup for Indianapolis as the Colts look to add their W to the win department this season. In three games, Taylor has rushed for 171 yards on 42 attempts.  Taylor has also hauled in 80 yards receiving through three games. The running back is yet to have a standout game this season and is expected to change that this Sunday. The Miami Dolphins appear to be the weakest team the Colts have faced this season, so I’d expect Jonathan Taylor to be all over the place in Miami this Sunday.

Michael Pittman Over 49.5 Receiving Yards (-115)

Michael Pittman has emerged as the top wideout for the Colts this season. In the previous two weeks of play, Pittman has been targeted twelve times in each game and seems to be Carson Wentz’s receiver. The Colts WR has notched 191 yards in the last two weeks. With the amount of times he is being targeted, taking the over at 49.5 yards seems like a no-brainer.

Jacoby Brissett Over 207.5 Passing Yards (-115)

Jacoby Brissett has taken over the Miami Dolphins offense after the injury of sophomore QB Tua Tagovailoa. After his stint as a backup quarterback in New England, Jacoby Brissett played for the Indianapolis Colts for four seasons. Brissett will be looking to get a victory over his former team and likely has a better understanding of the Colts defense than most of the other quarterbacks in the league. Jacoby Brisset has completed passing the ball 56 times this season for 384 yards through the air.

Myles Gaskins Over 50.5 Rushing Yards (-110)

The Miami Dolphins running back Myles Gaskins has only eclipsed 50 yards rushing one time this season. Last week, Gaskins rushed the ball 13 times for 65 yards in an overtime loss against the Las Vegas Raiders. Myles Gaskins had his season-high in rushing attempts last week, and those numbers should stay steady or improve for this weeks matchup against the Colts. The Colts defense is currently averaging 140.3 rush yards per game. If Myles Gaskins can get as many carries as he did last week, the running back should have no problem breaching the 50-yard mark against one of the lower rushing defenses in the league.

Daniel is a former D1 volleyball player at CSUN where he studied Marketing and Entrepreneurship. He has played and studied football for over half of his young adult life. Daniel brings to the table his opinions that are tied in with his personal experience of being an elite level athlete.

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