- The Miami Dolphins Super Bowl odds opened up at +2600 and have shot back to +3500.
- The Dolphins have +325 odds to win the AFC East.
MIAMI — Going into the 2021-22 NFL season, the Miami Dolphins Super Bowl odds sit at +3500 and have the power to back them up.
They ended their 2020 campaign with a 10-6 record and missed the playoffs by just one game. Following the departure of Ryan Fitzpatrick, Tua Tagovailoa is set to take the reigns under center and lead this team into the postseason.
The Miami Dolphins finished the season with the sixth-ranked defense in terms of points allowed and have made the right offseason moves to potentially stay consistent with that.
Notable Dolphins Offseason Moves
Following what was an eventful offseason for the Dolphins, they saw their odds take a dip. With their additions though, this could be a great time to get in on their odds before they shift any closer as the season goes on.
Dolphins Offseason Acquisitions
- Jason McCourty, DB
- Will Fuller, WR
- Justin Coleman, DB
- Adam Butler, DL
- Greg Little, OT
- Shaquem Griffin, LB
- Jaylen Waddle, WR
- Jaelan Phillips, LB
- Malcolm Brown, RB
In the 10 games that Tua Tagovailoa played in the 2020 season, he was able to muscle in a 7-3 record and with new weapons being added to the receiving core, he could look to spread the ball around the hot receiver that week.
Opening up the season, the Dolphins will be without Will Fuller for at least Week 1 as he serves out his suspension from the 2020 season.
Odds Movement On The Dolphins
Other than the Dolphins Super Bowl odds shifting in the wrong direction, their odds to win the AFC East took an opposite turn.
They opened up at +400 odds and have shifted to +325 as the season draws closer.
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