Miami Dolphins vs Denver Broncos
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The last time these two teams played each other was Week 11 in 2020. That game resulted in a road win for the Broncos with a final score of 20-13.
Miami's primary advantage has been their offense, which ranks #5 in the NFL at 367 yards per game. The quality of their passing attack has led to much of their success. The Dolphins 278 yards per game through the air ranks #5-best in football this year. They haven’t made things easy for opposing defense given they they've also positioned themselves in the top 10 on the ground as well, rushing for 4.54 yards per carry. When it comes to their defense, the Dolphins check in at #19 in football when it comes to total yards allowed per game. Opposing air attacks have notched 237 yards per game against Miami this year (#27 in football). Opposing ball-carriers have ranked #18 against them with 4.55 yards per ground attempt. This Dolphins defense hits their peak effectiveness when it comes to defending opposing wide receivers, keeping them in check at just 7.43 yards per target (#3-best in the league). Miami's defensive effectiveness bottoms out when it comes to defending opposing tight ends, who have caught 82.2% of their passes (#1-highest in the league).
Denver's biggest weakness has been their rushing offense, checking in at #26 in the league with a mere 3.99 yards per carry. In failing to successfully establish the run, Denver has also had trouble moving the ball through the air, averaging a paltry 6.67 yards per target, which ranks them #24 in football. In terms of their defense, the Broncos have ranked #7 in the league in total yards allowed per game. Opposing offenses have passed for 211 yards per game through the air against them (#11 in football). On the ground, opposing ball-carriers have ranked #13 with 4.5 yards per carry. Denver has been most effective in shutting down opposing wide receivers, holding them to 122 yards per game (#2-best). Denver has been least effective in shutting down opposing tight ends, giving up 52 yards per game (#8-worst).