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Buffalo Bills vs. Miami Dolphins Picks, Odds, Spread, Line for NFL Wild Card Weekend

The Buffalo Bills take on the Miami Dolphins during the 2023 NFL Playoffs. Jon Conahan previews it with Bills vs. Dolphins pick, odds, spread, and much more for what's expected to be a lopsided contest.
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Buffalo Bills vs. Miami Dolphins Picks, Odds, Spread, Line for NFL Wild Card Weekend

Buffalo Bills vs. Miami Dolphins Start Time, Where to Watch, and Odds

  • Date: Sunday, January 15, 2023
  • Start Time: 1:00 pm ET
  • Where to Watch: NBC

Buffalo Bills vs. Miami Dolphins Odds

  • Spread: Dolphins +13.5 (-105), Bills -13.5 (-115)
  • Total Points: Over/Under 43.5 (-110)
  • Moneyline: Dolphins (+650), Bills (-950)

The Miami Dolphins will travel from Florida and take on their divisional rival, the Buffalo Bills. While this game is expected to be the biggest blowout of the week according to the Bills vs. Dolphins odds, there's no debating that we've seen crazier things happen.

Still, it seems like a long shot that Miami wins this game. If their offense was competent and they can quiet Buffalo's offense, perhaps they have a chance. However, that simply doesn't seem like it's going to be the case on Sunday.

Below, we will take a look at my Bills vs. Dolphins pick and the Bills vs. Dolphins odds, spread, and much more.

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Buffalo Bills vs. Miami Dolphins Odds

TeamSpreadMoneylineTotal
Bills-13.5-950O 43.5
Dolphins+13.5+650U 43.5

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Buffalo Bills vs. Miami Dolphins Spread

The Dolphins vs. Bills spread is sitting at Buffalo -13.5. While it's understandable due to Tua Tagovailoa being out, 13.5 points in a playoff game between two divisional rivals will always be questionable to me.

Buffalo surely has enough talent to win by two touchdowns, but at the end of the day, Miami's defense has played well against them.

I think this one can be a bit of a different story and Buffalo could walk all over them, but I'd still back Miami +13.5 because of how many points that is in a playoff game.

Buffalo Bills vs. Miami Dolphins Line

The Dolphins vs. Bills line favors Buffalo at -950. Because of that, there's no true value in playing them. There isn't much that we can do with that unless we wanted to add another game.

I don't think you would be smart to take the Dolphins to win this game outright (coming from a Dolphins fan). However, if you're someone with extra bankroll hanging around and don't mind losing much, taking the Dolphins wouldn't be the craziest bet that most of us have ever made.

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Buffalo Bills vs. Miami Dolphins Prediction

The injury to Tua might be too hard to overcome for this Dolphins team. After what we saw the Jaguars do last night, I guess we can say that anything can happen. However, Miami beating Buffalo would somehow shock me more than the Chargers losing that game.

One thing to watch out for here is that Miami's defense has played well against Buffalo in seven of eight quarters this season. Outside of the fourth-quarter comeback in Buffalo, Miami has been the better team head-to-head.

While I don't think that Miami has a chance of winning this game, taking them with the 13.5 points isn't a bad idea and that's what I will continue to do.

Bills vs. Dolphins Pick

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An Editor and Analyst for OddsChecker, Jon Conahan has been covering all major sports since 2019. He is a 2022 graduate of the Bellisario School of Journalism at Penn State University and previously played D1 baseball.

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