Miami Dolphins Super Bowl Odds 2023

The Miami Dolphins current Super Bowl odds are . The Dolphins have been making big waves free agency, signaling that this team may be on the precipice of building something big. There have been top-tier players from all over the league that have been running towards the Dolphins, wanting to join the team. However, the team’s Super Bowl odds have not changed. Last year, with the vast uncertainty of the team, their early Super Bowl odds sat at +3000. This year, after great performances by Tua Tagovailoa and the addition of superstar players, the Miami Dolphins Super Bowl Odds remain at +3000. Pickups of Tyreek Hill and Cedrick Wilson will elevate this team’s offense while Tua continues to grow as a young QB. There’s a lot of speculation on how the newly revamped Miami team will play this season, but they should be able to show improvement from last season.

Miami Dolphins Super Bowl Odds & Futures 2022-2023

The Dolphins are currently neck and neck with the Patriots for the shortest odds in the AFC East. With the additions of WR Tyreek Hill and OT Terron Armstread along with the hiring of Head Coach Mike McDaniel this offseason, this Dolphins offense will be much improved. If their defense can play to the same level it did under previous Head Coach Brian Flores, there is a lot of reason for optimism with this team.

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Miami Dolphins Super Bowl Odds Analysis

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Miami came into this year with a lot of intrigue, and they’ve delivered so far. The offense has been almost completely revamped coming into this year. Tua Tagovailoa came into the year under a lot of pressure and has answered a lot of those questions for the most part. The wide receiver combination of Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle has taken the NFL by storm this year. Tyreek Hill has even been garnering some dark horse MVP looks because he’s been that much of a difference maker. The Miami run game has been okay at best. They’ve utilized a variety of backs, but Jeff Wilson Jr. is the main option. The running game needs to be better and so far the difference from this year to last year has been marginal. The offensive line has also been decent too. The offense averages 25 points and 395 total yards a game.

Miami’s main issue this year has been their defense. There are playmakers, but the unit’s been inconsistent at best, especially against the pass. Christian Wilkins is the leader up front on the defensive line and Xavien Howard leads the way in the secondary. Their best player on defense was acquired by the Trade Deadline in Bradley Chubb to come off the end as a linebacker. The weakest unit is still the defensive line because opposing quarterbacks have had a lot of time to throw against Miami. The defense allows 24 points and 362 total yards a game.

Miami seems re-energized, but it remains to be seen just how much of a contender they really are. They have a tough schedule down the stretch, so that will determine a lot about the rest of their season.

Reasons Why the Miami Dolphins Can and Can’t Win the Super Bowl

Strengths

  • Tyreek Hill adds to an already loaded receiving room with Jaylen Waddle 
  • Tua has improved each year he’s been in the league and will get better behind an improved offensive line
  • The addition of Jeff Wilson Jr. improves this rushing attack/span>

Weaknesses

  • Interior of their defensive line is still weak
  • The rush offense was weak last season and needs more improvements this year, particularly up front
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