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How to bet the Miami Dolphins win total

There is no disputing that the Buffalo Bills are the best team in the AFC East. The battle for second place remains between the New England Patriots and the Miami Dolphins.

Miami finished last season with nine victories, one less than New England.

Still, even after an impressive offseason that included landing four-time All-Pro wide receiver Tyreek Hill, the Dolphins’ win total still sits at 8.5.

I’ll share my reasoning for why his win total is undervalued but one of my favorite futures in the regular season.

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I’m into the Dolphins, especially when new head coach Mike McDaniel starts thinking about the similarities between this team and his former club, the San Francisco 49ers.

As coordinator, McDaniel oversaw an offense featuring Deebo Samuel, a dynamic wide receiver who could line up at any position.

The 49ers had to find creative ways to get the ball to their star wide receiver, primarily due to the limitations of quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo.

Garoppolo is not known for having a strong arm, which is a criticism against current Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa. Yet, despite those limitations, the 49ers fell just three points short of going to the Super Bowl.

If anyone knows how to get the best out of Tagovailoa, it has to be McDaniel.

I look for McDaniel to utilize Hill as much as Samuel. As a player on the Chiefs, Hill often lined up in the backfield, sometimes as a decoy.

Hill is the type of receiver who can get in his routes less while maintaining his explosiveness due to his ability to run after the catch.

Miami won at least nine games each of the past two seasons, with Tagovailoa playing significant minutes in each campaign.

I don’t see the Dolphins taking a step back after landing an offensive head coach and acquiring one of the most undrafted wide receivers in the game today.

While Hill is undoubtedly the biggest attraction, the Dolphins also added free agent wide receiver Cedric Wilson (73.8 PFF grade). The left side of the offensive line should get a boost with guard Connor Williams (76.1 PFF grade) and tackle Terran Armstead (75.9 PFF grade) anchoring the left side.

Defensively, the Dolphins are headed in the right direction after finishing 10th in Football Outsiders’ DVOA metric. After signing a three-year extension, cornerback Xavien Howard (70.9 PFF grade) is under control for the foreseeable future.

Next, the Dolphins bolstered their pass rush by signing DE Melvin Ingram (79.7 PFF grade). Miami made an under-the-radar signing by bringing in Teddy Bridgewater (73.5 PFF grade) to back up Tagovailoa.

Lastly, the running back room should have plenty of competition with the additions of Chase Edmonds (67.9 PFF grade), Sony Michel (66.1 PFF grade) and former 49er Raheem Mostert (58.0 PFF grade).

The more you look at this Dolphins team, the more obvious it is that this team is built to mirror the 49ers. There is a clear plan and direction McDaniel has put forward, which makes him exceptionally bullish for his 8.5 games total.

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