ESPN Makes Bold Prediction For Patriots Dolphins Week 1 Game

NFL experts have dropped strong prediction for the Week 1 game between the New England Patriots and Miami Dolphins. Head coach Bill Belichick and his players traveled to Florida to get ready for the first game of the 2022 NFL season. They have to adjust their bodies to the Florida weather and it seems like Belichick thought of it all. Did he prepare DeVante Parker for his first game against the Dolphins? That would be the ultimate challenge for the WR.

New England will meet a strong opponent in Week 1. They haven’t won many games against the Dolphins. Mac Jones and his teammates will face another challenging team. Will they beat the 2022 Dolphins team?

Parker will play against his former team and this makes things even more exciting for players on both teams. The Patriots traded for him early in the offseason and he seems to be a top player on the current roster. Miami selected Parker in 2015 and he spent seven seasons with the team.

Bold prediction for Patriots Week 1 challenge vs Miami Dolphins

ESPN’s Mike Reiss dropped his prediction for Parker’s first game against his former team and his expectations for the game. Reiss believes that Parker will hit a touchdown in his Patriots debut. It will be a tough game for both teams.

“Former Dolphins wideout DeVante Parker will score a touchdown in his Patriots debut,” Reiss wrote in a column published Sunday. “The Dolphins’ No. 2 cornerback spot opposite Xavien Howard is a question mark with Byron Jones on the reserve/PUP list, and Parker has led the NFL in tight-window catches over the past five seasons (less than 1 yard of separation), according to NFL Next Gen Stats.”

The newly-signed Patriots receiver is a +245 bet at DraftKings Sportspook to deliver a touchdown in his first game with the Patriots.

This game is special for so many reasons. Experts may be worried about the 2022 Patriots offense, but Belichick has no questions about his players. There’s always room for improvement and Belichick trusts his team. Players made some mistakes in the preseason, but they learned the lesson.