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Dolphins Super Bowl Odds: Miami Hops Two AFC Teams After Tyreek Hill Trade

The Miami Dolphins made a huge splash trading for Tyreek Hill. What does that mean for their Super Bowl odds?
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Dolphins Super Bowl Odds: Miami Hops Two AFC Teams After Tyreek Hill Trade

The NFL is a 24 hour, seven day a week, 365 day a year, real life reality TV show. There is no downtime, there is no break, it's all chaos all the time. Today, that's exactly what we got when Tyreek Hill was traded from the Kansas City Chiefs.

In the span of an hour, it went from the Dolphins and Jets having an interest in Tyreek Hill and the deal getting done. The league moves at a cheetah-like pace, fitting for Tyreek Hill's nickname, and just a little while later Hill was Miami bound.

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So what does this mean for the Miami Dolphins? Obviously, it's a scary thought of Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle in the same receiving core. Last year as a rookie, Jaylen Waddle went for 1,015 yards and six touchdowns.

Hill has gone over 1,200 yards the last two years, has made the Pro Bowl in all six of his NFL seasons, and even has three All-Pro's as well. He's a top-five receiver in football so obviously, that helps their cause.

What do the oddsmakers have to say about the Dolphins Super Bowl odds? Well, it depends.

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Dolphins Super Bowl Odds

Before Trade+5000+3900+5000
After Trade+3300+3600+5000

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BetMGM is keeping the Dolphins put at +5000 even after the trade. Yes, adding Tyreek Hill is a huge bonus but is it enough to launch them in the level of the Bills, Chiefs, Bengals, Browns, Ravens, Chargers, etc? Not to BetMGM, no.

The most movement we saw was from DraftKings going from +5000 to +3300. For context, +5000 implies a 1.96 percent chance and +3300 implies a 2.94 percent chance. It's a big move but by no means are they considered a heavy favorite.

Although with the move, the Dolphins did surpass division rival, New England and the Las Vegas Raiders. The Raiders made a big splash of their own trading for Davante Adams while the Patriots, well, haven't done all that much in free agency.

For Miami, it comes down to Tua Tagovailoa. They will only go as far as he can take them and they would need a big year three leap to do some damage.

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OddsChecker sports writer Matt O'Leary brings experience sports betting advice to the OC staff. You may recognize Matt from his popular New York Jets youtube channel, but his vast knowledge of sports and betting goes well past the boundaries of New York.


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