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The Miami Dolphins and Buffalo Bills alike have put up plenty of touchdowns this season, and they'll meet in Week 3. Kade Kimble analyzes the matchup and who may find the end zone in this AFC East battle.

NFL Week 3 Player Props: Miami Dolphins vs. Buffalo Bills Best Anytime TD Scorer Bets

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

  • Date: September 25, 2022
  • Game Time: 1:00 pm ET
  • Where to watch: CBS

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Tua Tagovailoa and the Miami Dolphins are coming off a six-touchdown game, and a big comeback against the Baltimore Ravens. The Dolphins were able to come back after Tagovailoa threw for four touchdowns in the fourth quarter alone. 

For the Buffalo Bills, the Tennessee Titans served no problem, as the Bills came away with a big win. Allen connected with Stefon Diggs for three touchdowns, putting the duo at four touchdowns on the season. 

As mentioned previously, Tagovailoa scored six touchdowns in their last matchup. Tyreek Hill finished with 190 yards and two touchdowns, while Jaylen Waddle scored himself two touchdowns as well, but with 171 yards. The Bills have one of the toughest defenses in the league, so one can expect Tagovailoa doesn’t have quite the statistical game. 

The Bills haven’t had a close game this season, as their offense has been firing on all cylinders. Allen finished Week Two with 317 yards and four touchdowns.

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Dolphins vs. Bills Best Anytime TD Scorer Picks

Tyreek Hill (+110)

Last year, though, in one of the most entertaining football games between the Bills and the Kansas City Chiefs, we saw Tyreek Hill torch the Bills secondary. The Bills secondary took a hit with a few injuries in their Week Two matchup, as well. 

It seems as if Hill knows his way around the Bills’ star-studded defense, so expect him and Tagovailoa to find their way into the end zone at least once this game. 

Stefon Diggs (-140)

Speaking of Allen’s four touchdowns in Week Two, Diggs caught four of those touchdown passes. He’s got four touchdowns on the season, himself. It helps Diggs’ case that Gabriel Davis is questionable, as we’ll see Diggs get even more targets if that’s the case. 

Josh Allen (+110)

The Bills’ offense, which is fueled by Allen, has been absolutely phenomenal in the first two weeks. They’ve scored 72 points total in two weeks, and Josh Allen has eight total touchdowns, with seven of them being passing touchdowns. With four touchdowns each game, it’s hard to imagine the Dolphins will be the first team to hold him to no touchdowns, especially if the Los Angeles Rams couldn’t do it.  

Dolphins vs. Bills Anytime TD Picks

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Kade has spent his last 3 years writing about the Oklahoma City Thunder. He has also been following the NBA for the past 11 years. Just recently, Kade began co-hosting the Boomtown Hoops Podcast.


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