Miami Dolphins vs Las Vegas Raiders - Caesars Sportsbook Promo and Prediction
August 18, 2022
Miami Dolphins are set to host their NFL preseason Week 2 game against Las Vegas Raiders at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, FL.
Dolphins won their preseason opener against Tampa Bay Buccaneers 24-26 on August 13 and recorded one win so far, while the Raiders recorded a 2-0 win-loss record from defeating Jacksonville Jaguars with a 27-11 score and Minnesota Vikings 26-20, respectively.
Dolphins coach Mike McDaniel and Raiders coach Josh McDaniels are predicted to include the same player from their last match with some addition.
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Why bet on the Raiders?
✅ The Raiders won two out of two in their NFL preseason matches.
✅ Raiders’ QB Nick Mullens recorded one pass that led to a touchdown with 166 yards pass received in NFL preseason.
✅ Raiders accumulated 683 offensive yards (299 rushing yards, 384 passing yards) in two games.
|Teams:||Miami Dolphins vs Las Vegas Raiders|
|When:||Saturday, August 20 2022 at 7:00 p.m. ET|
|Venue:||Hard Rock Stadium, Miami, FL. V|
|Betting Pick:||The Raiders to win Moneyline @ -120|
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Miami Dolphins vs Las Vegas Raiders
Miami Dolphins won 24-26 in their preseason opener against Tampa Bay Buccaneers with 45 plays (12 first down, 2/10 third down), 242 total yards (193 rushing yards, 49 passing yards), and 5.4 yards per play. In terms of defense, the Dolphins recorded 83 total tackles, 47 solo tackles, and two sacks against Bucs’ offensive line.
Playing as whole match quarterback against the Bucs, Skylar Thompson (20/28 C/Att, 218 Yds, one TD) probably will play as starting QB in McDaniel's offensive lineup supported by Lynn Bowden (3 Rec, 55 Yds, one TD), Mohamed Sanu (3 Rec, 39 Yds), and Trent Sherfield (one Rec, 33 Yds) as starting wide receivers against Raiders.
From the Special Team line-up, Kicker Jason Sanders will try to maintain his perfect kicking record (4/4 FG, 14 points) to tally field goal points.
Injured WR Jaylen Waddle, who has a minor tissue injury is still doubted to play against the Raiders, both CB Trill Williams and CB Byron Jones are out for knee and ankle injuries, respectively, and are predicted to play in the first week of the NFL regular season.
Las Vegas Raiders
Raiders won their second NFL preseason game against the Vikings with 70 plays (23 first down, 8/17 third down, 2/2 fourth down), 300 total yards (160 passing yards, 140 rushing yards), and 4.3 yards per play. In that match, the Raiders’ defense recorded 55 total tackles, and 33 solo tackles, and sacked two times.
McDaniels will probably include three QBs, namely Jarrett Stidham (10/15 C/Att, 68 Yds), Nick Mullens (7/9 C/Att, 94 Yds, one TD), and Chase Garbers (2/3 C/Att, 19 Yds) with Stidham or Mullens to be played as a starter.
For the offensive lineup, McDaniels will likely include several names, including running backs Brittain Brown (14 Car, 54 Yds, one TD) and Austin Walter (7 Car, 30 Yds), and wide receivers DJ Turner (3 Rec, 58 Yds, one TD) and Demarcus Robinson (2 Rec, 28 Yds) as starters.
Raiders’ management will probably exclude LB Micah Kiser due to a leg injury, and both RB Josh Jacobs and CB Cre’Von LeBlanc with undisclosed injuries.