1.) Josh Allen throws for over 400 yards
In ten games against the Dolphins, Josh Allen has thrown for 400 yards or more twice (400 yards on 9/25/22 and 415 on 9/20/20). It should also be noted that Allen has at least two passing touchdowns in each meeting against Miami, with 4 in one game being his highest.
On average, he has completed 63.8% of his passes and has a 5:1 touchdown-interception ratio (27 touchdown passes and 5 interceptions). In his last two games from cleaning up his Week 1 performance, Allen has thrown for 492 yards, 4 touchdowns to just 1 interception, and completed 73.1% of his throws. There is optimism for Allen to keep improving and he is due for a big game, and it could very well be this Sunday against a bitter rival.
The defense for the Dolphins have only allowed 494 passing yards on the year, but have allowed 7 of a possible 11 red zone touchdowns. In Week 1, they were in a barnburner with the Los Angeles Chargers where Justin Herbert threw for 466 yards against Miami. There is no reason to doubt that Allen can reach 400 yards passing for the first this season.