NFL outright betting tips: Miami Dolphins to end Buffalo Bills AFC East domination

Planet Sport is backing the Miami Dolphins to beat the Buffalo Bills, New York Jets and New England Patriots to another AFC East crown.

Planet Sport takes a look at each of the four teams competing for the AFC East crown in the 2023 NFL season.

AFC East betting tips

Bet: Miami Dolphins to win AFC East

1st - Miami Dolphins

The Dolphins improved to 9-8 last season and gave the Bills a minor scare and it could have been better if it wasn't for some serious injuries to Tua Tagovailoa.

They've made a smart move in adding backup quarterback Mike White this season. They also acquired defensive coordinator Vic Fangio which strengthens them on the other side of the ball.

There's no doubt that Tua was playing at an elite level and if he stays healthy, then he and his elite receiving targets Tyreek Hill, Jaylen Waddle and co will propel this side to 10 wins and beyond.

The other decisive factor in compiling a better winning record for the Dolphins will be better defence, which can certainly be helped by the addition of Jalen Ramsey.

2nd - Buffalo Bills

This division has dramatically improved in recent months. The Bills have topped it for three consecutive seasons, winning 13, 11 and 13 matches.
There's no doubt they can't afford to win just 11 games and top it this season, but it has to be said that their schedule looks pretty tough and they're vulnerable in divisional games.
Of course, this is an elite defence, and they'll always have a chance of winning playoff games with Josh Allen at quarterback.

They'll still go beyond 10 wins with ease but we just think the Eagles, Chiefs, Jets, Bengals and even the Dolphins, who they face twice, could beat them.

3rd - New York Jets

There's no doubt that signing Aaron Rodgers is no bad thing. The future Hall of Famer has ended his 18-year association with the Packers to suit up in the Big Apple this season.
His presence alone takes the team to another level, but even without that much offensive firepower, let's not forget this team was fairly good on defence last season.
Allen Lazard and Randall Cobb have followed him to New York, joining Mercole Hardman, Garret Wilson et al. to give them one of the deepest receiving cores in the league.
There are some question marks, most notably that Rodgers, 39, threw double-digit interceptions for the first time in 13 seasons and we don't know how healthy Breece Hall is.

4th - New England Patriots

There's no shortage of football fans enjoying the regression of the Patriots. It's been four years since they claimed NFC East, posting two losing records in that time.
Bill Belichick remains at the helm, doing his best to add to his illustrious 262-108-0 record over 21 seasons, but he looks set for another losing effort in 2023.
That regression should continue this year as there seems little doubt this is now the weakest team in the division and we expect them to finish fourth.
JuJu Smith-Schuster is the most notable off-season acquisition but this team is sorely lacking in several departments and Mac Jones isn't good enough to drag them to wins.

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