Best Dolphins At Jets Black Friday Player Prop Bets, SGP Promos: Tim Boyle Stats Are Brutal

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Written By Evan Scrimshaw | Last Updated
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The NFL is launching another first this season, with the inaugural Black Friday game on Prime Video between the New York Jets and the Miami Dolphins. With the first one being free for everyone to watch (no subscription required), there will be more excitement than ever. The Dolphins are favorites on the spread in NFL Week 12 odds, with the Jets to win the game outright on the moneyline. Below, we’ll look at the Dolphins-Jets player props I like across sportsbook odds.

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Dolphins at Jets Player Props

Dolphins At Jets Black Friday Props & Same Game Parlay Strategy

With Miami a sizable favorite in this game and the Jets switching to Tim Boyle at quarterback, there’s both less intrigue and yet somehow more for Dolphins and Jets player props. Zach Wilson has been atrocious so far this season. He ranked dead last in both dropback EPA and success rate.

Tim Boyle, however, didn’t exactly succeed in relief in Week 11. Somehow ranking worse than Wilson in both dropback EPA and success rate, Boyle’s 2.4 yards per attempt and an interception on 16 dropbacks don’t inspire.

The Dolphins didn’t look great either in Week 11, and there are questions about their depth. With De’Von Achane getting injured and Braxton Berrios missing the Raiders game, the Dolphins’ secondary playmakers are unclear this week.

With so much up in the air, betting on the Dolphins’ stars to produce has to be the plan. Correlation is highly important to betting props and SGPs, so getting the right game script is essential.

Black Friday NFL Player Props & SGP Legs To Consider

Dolphins ML ()

In a week with as much uncertainty as this one, this is a solid parlay starter. The Dolphins have been reliable so far this season in beating bad teams and losing to good ones. The Jets do not qualify as a good team with the offense in as many shambles as they are. With this offensive line that just gave up six sacks, you could put Peak Aaron Rodgers back there, and they’d still suck.

The Dolphins offense hasn’t looked quite as impressive in recent weeks, including only putting 20 up on the Raiders. That can lend some doubt on whether they can cover a nearly double-digit spread, especially on the road. That said, they’re highly likely to win this game, and it’s the obvious place to start.

Raheem Mostert Anytime Touchdown ()

Mostert has 13 of the Dolphins’ 39 offensive touchdowns this season, meaning that 33% of all Dolphins TDs have been scored with him. He has scored in 7/10 games this season. With the Dolphins so sizably favored, the likelihood is they’ll be able to score a ton.

The Jets’ defense against the rush has weakened significantly in recent weeks. For the season, they’re seventh in EPA, but in the last four weeks, they’re 15th. With the Dolphins likely to be ahead for most of this game and with the short week unlikely to help Achane’s chances of playing, Mostert’s in a smash spot.

His rushing props and the anytime TD make sense, but with the prolific Dolphins offense, the anytime seems like a better bet.

Tim Boyle To Throw An Interception or Over INTs

Tim Boyle might be worse than Zach Wilson.

I know that’s a controversial idea, but he legitimately might be the worst quarterback to take a snap this season. In his career, Boyle has thrown 120 passes across four teams. He has thrown nine INTs in those 120 passes, an INT rate of 7.5%. In Detroit two years ago, when he started three games, he averaged two INTs per game.

To put his staggering inaccuracy in context, so far this year, the Raiders are the most intercepted offense, with an Interception Rate of 4.8%. The fact that the Jets have found the only QB in the world worse than Zach Wilson is an accomplishment worthy of their franchise.

Throw in a pass-heavy script because they’re such big underdogs, and this seems incredibly likely.

Dolphins Players To Record A Sack

The Jets are 30th in the league for most sacks allowed, and they’re playing a less mobile QB. They’re going up against the seventh-ranked defense by sack percentage as big underdogs. They’re going to have to pass, and they’re going to get sacked—a lot.

This also correlates well with the Tim Boyle interception prop, as Boyle is likelier to throw an interception if the Dolphins consistently get pressure. Given the lack of talent on the Jets’ offensive line and the Dolphins’ defensive strength, this seems like a likely pairing.

Here are the prices for the Dolphins sack leaders to get one in this game at bet365:

  • Bradley Chubb -110
  • Jaelan Phillips -115
  • Christian Wilkins +140
  • Zach Sieler +175

Best of luck betting Black Friday NFL props!

Player GP Games Played INT Interceptions PD Passes Defended FF Fumbles Forced FR Fumbles Recovered SACK QB Sacks TOT Total Tackles SOLO Solo Tackles AST Assisted Tackles

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