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Bet the Miami Dolphins: Latest Futures Odds, To Win

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May/29/2017

You can find Miami Dolphins futures heading into the new season with some updated throughout, but the best payout odds can always be found early to bet on.  

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ESPN.com gives Miami a D+ for their offseason activity.

There were positives:

Adam Gase's Dolphins used their first three picks to add sorely needed depth on defense, most notably edge rusher Charles Harris in the first round. Harris has the best case to eventually be standing as the long-term replacement for the 35-year-old Cameron Wake, but given how Wake looked after recovering from a torn Achilles last season, he might never come off the field.

Additionally, they bought low on trades for Julius Thomas and William Hayes.

And then the negatives:

They didn't supplement their offensive line. Part of the opportunity cost in spending so much on guys who profile as third wideouts or two-down linebackers is that the Dolphins weren't able to commit resources to the interior of their offensive line. It made sense for Miami to ship out the disgruntled Branden Albert and move Laremy Tunsil to his natural position at left tackle, and the team is set on the right side with Ja'Wuan James, but the interior is ... spotty.

Part of the problem is that Mike Pouncey hasn't been able to get healthy. Pouncey is a Pro Bowl-caliber center when on the field, but he hasn't made it through 16 games since 2012, and he missed 11 games with a hip ailment last season. He underwent a stem cell procedure for the hip this spring, but the Dolphins have little behind him. They will have to hope that Anthony Steen, who was forced into the lineup last season, can hold up at guard alongside converted tackle Jermon Bushrod, who simply wasn't very good but still found his way back on a one-year, $3 million deal. Offensive linemen were hard to come by this offseason, but the only notable additions Miami made were Bears castoff Ted Larsen and fifth-round pick Isaac Asiata.

They also repeatedly outspent the market to bring back their own players.

The Bills and Jets might not be much better in 2017 so we can certainly see the Dolphins hitting the .500 mark.  Oddsmakers have them winning 7.5 but the OVER priced at an unappealing -125.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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