- NFL special parlays have +12500 odds for the Miami Dolphins to make the playoffs, Brian Flores to win coach of the year, and Jaelan Phillips to win defensive Rookie of the Year.
- Singularly, the Dolphins have +110 odds to make the playoffs, Brian Flores has +1600 odds to win Coach of the Year, and Jaelan Phillips has +750 odds to win Defensive Rookie of the Year.
MIAMI – The Miami Dolphins are coming off of what was their best season since 2016 having posted a 10-6 record after going below a .500 record for three straight seasons.
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Brian Flores Win COY, Jaelan Phillips Win DROY, Dolphins Make Playoffs
- Yes +12500
Brian Flores is currently sitting with +1600 odds for coach of the year, which are the sixth shortest.
Flores led the Dolphins to a 10-6 record last season and were one game shy of making the playoffs.
It is hard to see the Dolphins not getting back to that stage this season being that their defense has emerged as one of the best in the league and they were also very active in the offseason. If the Dolphins can get themselves over a 10-6 record and make the playoffs this season, Flores could be a shoo-in for the award.
Jaelan Phillips: Defensive Rookie Of The Year
The 2021 rookie class is shaping out to be one for the ages on both offense and defense. Sticking with the defense though, the Miami Dolphins have added even more star power to their already impressive front seven in Jaelan Phillips.
Phillip has the third shortest odds to win the DROY award +750 and he can make a statement in his rookie season on an already thriving defensive unit. He is fresh off of a 45 tackle and 8 sack season as a junior at the University of Miami.
If he can even put up half of those numbers during his NFL rookie season, he could certainly do his part in cashing these odds.
Miami Dolphins To Make The Playoffs
The Dolphins are headed into the season with high expectations of making a playoff run and with their defense playing at such as high level, and offense completely revamped from last season, it is difficult seeing them missing the cut.
They have the 27th ranked strength of schedule in the new season as they go up against teams that combined for a 128-144 record in 2020. With that, they should be able to make it in with only a few bumps along the way.
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