Four Miami Dolphins the Broncos need to worry about

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Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa (1) heads onto the field at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, November 15, 2020. (ALLEN EYESTONE / THE PALM BEACH POST)

As the Denver Broncos’ schedule gets harder, their matchup against the Miami Dolphins becomes even more important.

Denver’s loss to Atlanta wasn’t a must win, but would have been a good win to put under their belt.

Denver’s loss to Las Vegas was a must win, and the Broncos completely floundered away any opportunity to win in the second half, arguably the worst half of football that the Broncos had played all year.

This game against Miami is definitely a must win. If Denver even wants to stay in the playoff hunt, they must find a way to knock off the red hot Miami Dolphins, although the Dolphins are currently favored on the betting line.

The Dolphins come to town 6-3, looking to improve to 7-3 and be tied for first in the AFC East with their division rival Buffalo Bills. Meanwhile, the Broncos are third in the AFC West at 3-6, and just looking to gain some ground toward being at least at .500.

As the Broncos prepare for this important AFC matchup with huge implications in the Wild Card race, there are certain players on the Dolphins that the Broncos need to pay extra attention to.

Let’s discuss them.

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