2012-2013 Regular Season: 7-9 SU | 7-8-1 ATS
The Dolphins ended the regular season with 7-9 SU and 7-8-1 ATS records, once again failing to live up to their impressive history. They have not fared well since Dan Marino retired and had a quarterback carousel since without a successor. 2012 draftee Ryan Tannehill is the latest entrusted with the legacy and 2013 can only go up. The 2012 season started with big talk by ownership about major signings which went nowhere, and saw the ends of Calvin Johnson and Reggie Bush – both of whom were high profile media circus players.
The playoffs odds of the Miami Dolphins rests on their QB and on Mike Wallace, Larry Miller, Daniel Thomas, and rookie Mike Gillislee . The Dolphins have the second best price for an AFC East team to win the conference championship at +1800 and are +500 to win the AFC East division. Miami’s 2012 Super Bowl odds are priced at +5000.
In Week 2 of Miami’s schedule, 2012 draftees Ryan Tannehill of the Dolphins and the Colts’ Andrew Luck face-off for the second time of their careers. Their first meeting was a memorable one with Luck leading his team to a come-from-behind 23-20 victory. The Dolphins are 4-1 ATS in their last 5 games in Indianapolis. Miami returns home the following week to host the Atlanta Falcons, a team who has lost 3 of their last 4 games in South Beach.
Key NFL Betting matchups of 2013 NFL Season:
Week 1 @ Cleveland Browns: Miami starts its season against last year’s worst team in the AFC North.
Week 8 @ New England Patriots: Miami has won against the spread in 3 of their last 5 games at New England.
Miami Dolphins bettors should pay attention to:
– The team’s key offseason acquisitions: Dannell Ellerbe, Philip Wheeler and Mike Wallace.
– The Dolphins’ rookies which include DE Dion Jordan, who was picked third overall in the draft.
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