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Denver Broncos (3-6) vs Miami Dolphins (6-3)

Sunday, November 22, 2020 at 4:05 pm

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I said it last week and I’ll say it again, and this is coming from a Patriots fan, this Dolphins team is legit. Putting Tua Tagovailoa under center was the move to make and Brian Flores is my personal front-runner for coach of the year and if he doesn’t win the award, I think it’ll be a crime. With that said, Miami has covered the number in five straight and in seven of nine games this season as well as posting a 16-5 ATS run in their last 21 games overall. Denver is just a disaster right now, leading the league with 21 giveaways on offense this season including 16 interceptions and Drew Lock could miss this game with a rib injury and even if he goes, Lock won’t be 100% and against a fired up Dolphins defense, that’s not a good place to be. On the other side, the Miami offense is firing on all cylinders while Denver’s once vaunted defense is a shell of itself and has allowed 36 points per game over their last four games. I’ll lay the points with Miami in this game.

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