Less than two months ago, there were many that expected the Miami Dolphins to take the next step to the playoffs after a promising 10-6 mark in 2020. Now, after a 1-6 start to the season, the team could very well face a total teardown next year if this skid continues. The latest heartbreaker, a 30-28 loss to the Atlanta Falcons in the final seconds, was another punch to the gut. Meanwhile, the Buffalo Bills have cemented themselves as one of the most talented teams in the AFC. A baffling loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers and a close loss to the Tennessee Titans have shown some weaknesses, but this team has no shortage of firepower. When the Bills host the Dolphins this weekend, here are the player props you should consider betting on.
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Tua Tagovailoa Over 235.5 Passing Yards
I’ve been pretty tough on Tua Tagovailoa this season, kinda like everyone else in the sports world. However, his performance the past two weeks has me a bit more hopeful for the future of the young Alabama product. Tagoviloa is averaging 310 yards over his past couple of games, along with six TDs and three interceptions. He seems to be getting into a groove, and he’s going to need to fire on all cylinders to keep up with the Buffalo Bills. 235.5 is a pretty low total in the NFL, so take the over on this one.
Josh Allen Over 29.5 Rushing Yards
Bills QB Josh Allen is one of many passers making the case for MVP this year. The quarterback has been airing it out to great success in his fourth year, and he’ll be a consistent threat in this division for years to come. However, while his arm gets all the credit, Allen has been fantastic with his legs as well. He’s only had one game with fewer than 26 rushing yards, and he should have some opportunities to run it against a fairly weak Dolphins defense.
Myles Gaskin Under 37.5 Rushing Yards
You can basically flip a coin on whether or not Gaskin is going to see much action during a Dolphins game. He’s had as many as 15 attempts in a game this season and as few as two. Personally, I think his attempts will be low this week primarily due to the fact that the Dolphins will need to air it out consistently on Sunday. Once the Bills start getting on the board, it’s going to be Tua time for the rest of the game. Expect Gaskin to underperform this week.
Emmanuel Sanders Longest Reception Over 22.5 Receiving Yards
The signing of Emmanuel Sanders is definitely paying off for the Buffalo Bills. The veteran receiver already has 413 yards and four scores on the season. He’s clicking in this offense right now, and he’s been hauling in some big catches. In fact, he’s had a catch of at least 31 yards in all but two games. Do you really think the Fins will be able to slow him down?