Miami Dolphins vs Denver Broncos
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The Denver Broncos and the Miami Dolphins square off at Hard Rock Stadium on Sunday in National Football League Week 3 action. The Miami Dolphins won their second game in a row last weekend, but the Denver Broncos' losing streak continued with another loss to the Washington Commanders.Grab Your Signup Bonus
Miami Dolphins - Dolphins hoping to make it third win in three
The Miami Dolphins are looking to remain unbeaten this season by claiming their first victory at home. The Dolphins hope to make it three straight seasons in a row with a perfect start to the National Football League season. Tua Tagovailoa has a completion percentage of 65.3 percent, with 715 yards passing, 4 touchdowns, and 2 interceptions in his game so far. River Cracraft has five receptions, while Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle have combined for 419 receiving yards and three touchdowns. River Cracraft has also had five receptions. The running offense of the Miami Dolphins is averaging 107.5 yards per game, and Raheem Mostert is leading the way with 158 yards and three touchdowns to his name. The Miami Dolphins give up an average of 25.5 points and 360.5 yards through their defense each game. Jevon Holland has recorded the most tackles for the Miami Dolphins with 25, while Zach Sieler has recorded one sack and Xavien Howard has one interception. The Miami Dolphins have been victorious in every one of their last ten games played at home against teams from the American Football Conference. The Miami Dolphins have defeated their opponents from other American Football Conference teams and covered the point spread in each of their last six games.
Denver Broncos - Broncos will work hard to win
As they play their first game away from home this season, the Denver Broncos are looking to get their first victory of the year. The Denver Broncos hope to avoid getting off to their first 0-3 start since the year 2020, which was the last time they won fewer than five games in a season. As of this moment, Russell Wilson has a completion percentage of 68.2 percent, throwing for 485 yards, 5 touchdowns, and 1 interception. Brandon Johnson has been responsible for four receptions, while Marvin Mims Jr. and Courtland Sutton have been responsible for a combined 220 receiving yards and two touchdowns. The running game of the Denver Broncos is currently averaging 108 yards per game, and Javonte Williams is leading the way with 96 yards gained on only 25 carries. The Denver Broncos have a defense that is allowing an average of 324.5 yards and 26 points per game. Kareem Jackson has one interception, and Josey Jewell leads the Denver Broncos in tackles with 15. Jonathon Cooper has two sacks, while Kareem Jackson has one.
Expert Betting Tips
After suffering defeats at the hands of the Las Vegas Raiders and the Washington Commanders at their own stadium, the Denver Broncos are making an early case for the title of the league's worst club. Last week, the Denver Broncos led the Washington Commanders by a score of 21-3. According to ESPN, the Broncos had a win probability of 96.3 percent, but they were still defeated. The Miami Dolphins won their away games on both the East Coast and the West Coast, and they will now play in front of a home crowd that is expected to be as enthusiastic as it has been in South Florida in quite some time. Several people believe that the Miami Dolphins are now the best team in the American Football Conference, and several sportsbooks currently have Tua listed as the betting favorite to win Most Valuable Player. Given how poorly the Denver Broncos have been performing as of late and how there appears to be no chance of a positive outcome, I'll take the Miami Dolphins to win by a margin of at least ten points.