2019 Super Bowl Odds: What does Vegas think of Miami Dolphins?

Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill in May, 2017. (Allen Eyestone / The Palm Beach Post)

There are only five NFL teams less likely to win the 2019 Super Bowl than the Miami Dolphins, according to the Westgate Las Vegas Superbook.

Vegas expects the worst teams in the NFL, the squads with an impossibly woeful chance to do much of anything next season, to be the: Cincinnati Bengals, Cleveland Browns, Buffalo Bills, New York Jets and Chicago Bears.

All those teams are 100/1 to win it all.

The first bit of good news is that Dolphins are scheduled to face three of those five teams next season. In fact, five of Miami’s 16 games, nearly one-third of their games, are against those rebuilding franchises.

Now for the bad news.

Vegas expects the Dolphins to be bad again. As bad as the: Washington Redskins and New York Giants.

All those teams are 60/1 to win it all.

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The teams favored to win the Super Bowl are the: New England Patriots, Pittsburgh Steelers, Philadelphia Eagles and Minnesota Vikings.

Of course, all of those teams will be playing this weekend.

The Daily Dolphin does not expect Miami to be the 27th-worst team in the NFL next season.

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Why? Ryan Tannehill returns. Raekwon McMillan returns. And it is very unlikely a hurricane will postpone Miami’s season-opener again, a player will go AWOL and a coach will snort a white powdered substance on camera again.

Oh — and as even Vegas believes, Miami’s schedule will be much, much easier.

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