On this Miami Dolphins betting page, we provide all the latest odds and key betting data on the Dolphins. Consider this your one-stop shop for all things Dolphins related when it comes to your betting. We have everything from player and team stats to the the latest promo codes and odds so you don't have to go anywhere else. We include a selection of the best NFL betting sites for betting on the Dolphins.
The Miami Dolphins has one of the proudest histories of any team in the NFL, but their followers are tired of living in the past and want some new history to celebrate. The Dolphins are the only team to win every game in a single season and their perfect 1972 season gets celebrated every season when the last remaining unbeaten team suffers their first loss.
That historic season came just six years after their inaugural campaign and owes a lot to the shrewd business move made by owner Joe Roby to go after Baltimore head coach Don Shula. Shula and the Dolphins were the perfect marriage and trips to the playoffs were a regular occurrence for Miami.
Shula's best move as Dolphins head coach was to select Dan Marino in the first round of the 1983 Draft. Many teams were dubious of Marino's work ethic, but Shula saw he could work with Marino and the pair were great for each other. Marino retired in 1999 holding the majority of passing records thanks to his super-quick release and accuracy finding his receivers. Miami relied on Marino's brilliance as they struggled to establish a running game throughout his career.
Since Marino's retirement, Miami has made the playoffs just four times as they continue to look for that franchise quarterback that they can build a team around and bring the good times back to South Florida.
This Miami Dolphins betting page will bring you the best offers and odds for each game as well as providing the key betting stats that can be useful when placing your bets. Check out these top betting apps for NFL betting for the season.
Betting on the Dolphins in the height of the Marino/Shula era would have been fun as Marino threw for over 300 yards and three touchdowns in a single game on a regular basis. NFL betting continues to grow and every season, more and more markets become available for customers to place a wager on. So if betting on the Dolphins is your thing, you've come to the right place to find the best betting promo codes, odds and stats for forthcoming games.
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The Dolphins season runs from September to January, and possibly February if they make it to the Super Bowl. Before each of their 17 games in the regular season, their odds and stats will be updated, so it's worth bookmarking this page to check the very latest each week.
We suggest checking this page each day because the odds can fluctuate even when the team is not playing as injury updates and possible suspensions are made public by the Dolphins. Below are the best odds for Miami's next game:
The Dolphins' quarterbacks are throwing the following stats which might help you with any NFL player props:
The more you understand the stats associated with the NFL, the more helpful they can be when it comes to NFL betting. Dolphins fans can find all the key betting data for their team when it comes to betting on their next game.
Stats can highlight certain trends that are occurring in the most recent games played by Miami and these could be of benefit when it comes to placing a bet on covering the spread, or for a running-back or receiver to land the over/under in their props.
The Dolphins have made improvements in recent years to suggest they might return to the postseason. For that to happen, players will have to buy into the gameplan given to them by their coaches. And if they are to be successful, individual players are going to have to step up and put up big numbers. On this Dolphins betting page, touchdown scorers, receiving yards, rushing stats and much more are verified to provide users with the most comprehensive and up-to-date information which should help when placing bets with your favorite NFL picks always on hand.
You have found the right page if you want to bet on Dolphins to win over rival AFC East Division rivals in the regular season and postseason games. This page has all the relevant game information to keep you updated on your next moneyline or spread bet. You will be able to look up stats from years gone by or the current campaign to help you choose the right bet.
Miami Dolphins Running Back Stats
To help with your NFL picks, the Dolphins' running backs are producing the following numbers:
The more you more about the NFL, the better your chances of turning your bets into winning bets. Check out the NFL lineups to find out which Dolphins players are inactive, which are injured and who might be returning to the team following injury or suspension. All the latest news from the Dolphins camp can be found here throughout the season.
Dolphins' wide receivers like Tyreek Hill are putting up the following numbers:
The Miami Dolphins have not been successful at reaching the Super Bowl for quite a while. Miami's brightest times date back to the 70s with their undefeated '72 season and their second Super Bowl championship in '73. Still, the team has attempted to renew their roster on several occasions to pull their weight and come out successful as they strive to make an appearance in Super Bowl LVII.
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The Dolphins have won two of the five Super Bowls they have appeared in. They lost Super Bowl VI before winning back-to-back titles the following two seasons. The Dolphins last represented the AFC in the Super Bowl in 1986 when they lost Super Bowl XIX, two years after losing to Washington in Super Bowl XVII.
The Dolphins have had their fair share of success with Division Championships. The team has won 13 AFC East titles and won five of the seven AFC championships games they have played in. Miami's last AFC East title was back in 2008, and since then, the Dolphins have struggled to make it back to the top of their division. Still, the team continues to fight and make it back to the top of their division.
Dive deep into receiver stats, view the latest team roster, and explore the specialized units players.
|62||Alama Uluave||C||6'2''||308 lbs||1999/06/23 (24)||San Diego State|
|44||Blake Ferguson||C||6'3''||240 lbs||1997/04/21 (26)||LSU|
|58||Connor Williams||OL||6'5''||312 lbs||1997/05/12 (26)||Texas|
|14||Mike White||QB||6'5''||216 lbs||1995/03/25 (28)||Western Kentucky|
|1||Tua Tagovailoa||QB||6'1''||227 lbs||1998/03/02 (25)||Alabama|
|6||Skylar Thompson||QB||6'2''||219 lbs||1997/06/04 (26)||Kansas State|
|35||Christopher Brown||RB||6'1''||223 lbs||2000/01/11 (23)||BYU|
|26||Salvon Ahmed||RB||5'11''||197 lbs||1998/12/30 (24)||Washington|
|37||Darrynton Evans||RB||5'10''||203 lbs||1998/07/09 (25)||Appalachian State|
|31||Raheem Mostert||RB||5'10''||205 lbs||1992/04/09 (31)||Purdue|
|23||Jeff Wilson||RB||6'0''||210 lbs||1995/11/16 (27)||North Texas|
|28||De'Von Achane||RB||5'9''||188 lbs||2001/10/13 (21)||Texas A&M|
|88||Nick Bowers||TE||6'4''||260 lbs||1996/05/26 (27)||Penn State|
|82||Eric Saubert||TE||6'5''||248 lbs||1994/05/01 (29)||Drake|
|81||Durham Smythe||TE||6'6''||246 lbs||1995/08/09 (28)||Notre Dame|
|80||Tanner Conner||TE||6'3''||232 lbs||1998/03/20 (25)||Idaho State|
|89||Julian Hill||TE||6'4''||251 lbs||2000/07/09 (23)||Campbell|
|82||Tyler Kroft||TE||6'6''||252 lbs||1992/10/15 (30)||Rutgers|
|83||Raleigh Webb||WR||6'2''||212 lbs||1997/12/28 (25)||The Citadel|
|3||Robbie Chosen||WR||6'3''||185 lbs||1993/05/09 (30)||Temple|
|0||Braxton Berrios||WR||5'9''||185 lbs||1995/10/06 (27)||Miami (Fla.)|
|11||Cedrick Wilson||WR||6'2''||197 lbs||1995/11/20 (27)||Boise State|
|85||River Cracraft||WR||6'0''||198 lbs||1994/11/01 (28)||Washington State|
|86||Braylon Sanders||WR||6'1''||190 lbs||1999/01/21 (24)||Ole Miss|
|17||Jaylen Waddle||WR||5'10''||185 lbs||1998/11/25 (24)||Alabama|
|18||Erik Ezukanma||WR||6'2''||206 lbs||2000/01/25 (23)||Texas Tech|
|10||Tyreek Hill||WR||5'10''||191 lbs||1994/03/01 (29)||West Alabama|
|5||Jalen Ramsey||CB||6'1''||208 lbs||1994/10/24 (28)||Florida State|
|38||Ethan Bonner||CB||6'1''||186 lbs||1999/10/23 (23)||Stanford|
|33||Eli Apple||CB||6'1''||203 lbs||1995/08/09 (28)||Ohio State|
|4||Kader Kohou||CB||5'10''||193 lbs||1998/11/28 (24)||Texas A&M-Commerce|
|25||Xavien Howard||CB||6'1''||203 lbs||1993/07/04 (30)||Baylor|
|34||Parry Nickerson||CB||5'10''||179 lbs||1994/10/11 (28)||Tulane|
|20||Justin Bethel||CB||6'0''||195 lbs||1990/06/17 (33)||Presbyterian|
|27||Keion Crossen||CB||5'10''||190 lbs||1996/04/17 (27)||Western Carolina|
|24||Cam Smith||CB||6'1''||180 lbs||2000/12/21 (22)||South Carolina|
|1||Kelvin Joseph||CB||6'1''||192 lbs||1999/11/11 (23)||Kentucky|
|40||Nik Needham||CB||6'1''||196 lbs||1996/11/04 (26)||UTEP|
|55||Jerome Baker||LB||6'2''||225 lbs||1996/12/25 (26)||Ohio State|
|43||Andrew Van Ginkel||LB||6'4''||242 lbs||1995/07/01 (28)||Wisconsin|
|15||Jaelan Phillips||LB||6'5''||263 lbs||1999/05/28 (24)||Miami (Fla.)|
|59||Alexander Johnson||LB||6'2''||255 lbs||1991/12/24 (31)||Tennessee|
|57||Zeke Vandenburgh||LB||6'4''||232 lbs||1999/01/18 (24)||Illinois State|
|51||David Long||LB||5'11''||227 lbs||1996/10/12 (26)||West Virginia|
|2||Bradley Chubb||LB||6'4''||268 lbs||1996/06/24 (27)||NC State|
|53||Cameron Goode||LB||6'3''||245 lbs||1998/04/15 (25)||California|
|45||Duke Riley||LB||6'1''||227 lbs||1994/08/09 (29)||LSU|
|41||Channing Tindall||LB||6'2''||236 lbs||2000/03/28 (23)||Georgia|
|29||Brandon Jones||S||6'1''||190 lbs||1998/04/02 (25)||Texas|
|32||Verone McKinley||S||5'10''||190 lbs||2000/06/29 (23)||Oregon|
|42||Josh Kalu||S||6'0''||203 lbs||1995/08/28 (28)||Nebraska|
|8||Jevon Holland||S||6'1''||210 lbs||2000/03/03 (23)||Oregon|
|35||Myles Dorn||S||6'2''||205 lbs||1998/06/25 (25)||North Carolina|
|7||Jason Sanders||K||5'11''||195 lbs||1995/11/16 (27)||New Mexico|
|16||Jake Bailey||P||6'2''||214 lbs||1997/06/18 (26)||Stanford|