NFL Picks: Week 3 Broncos vs Dolphins


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As the sun sets on another week of the NFL, two teams find themselves at a crossroads. The Denver Broncos, with their backs against the wall, are desperate to rewrite a faltering narrative. The Miami Dolphins, buoyant and undefeated, hope to defend their turf and continue their winning streak. With injuries, past games, and sheer determination in play, the upcoming Broncos vs. Dolphins clash promises to be a riveting showdown on the gridiron.



Spread: Broncos +6.5 (-110), Dolphins -6.5 (-110)ย 

Moneyline: Broncos +222, Dolphins (-284)ย 

Total: O 48 (-110), U 48 (-110)


Broncos’ Rocky Start

Denver BroncosAs the Broncos gallop into their next game, their current 0-2 record weighs heavily upon them. With both losses coming from home games and a falter in their NFL divisional showdown, the Broncos seem eager to change the narrative as they set foot on an opponent’s turf for the first time this season. Their latest bout against the Washington Commanders ended in a disheartening 35-33, a game where quarterback Russell Wilson took center stage, both in the air with 308 passing yards and on the ground leading the team with 56 rushing yards. Wide receiver Marvin Mims Jr. had an outstanding performance, but it wasn’t enough to clinch a victory. On the other side of the ball, while Justin Simmons and Jonathon Cooper emerged as defensive stalwarts, the unit as a whole was unable to snag an interception.


Dolphins Riding the Wave

Miami DolphinsThe Dolphins, contrasting the Broncos’ fortune, are riding high on a 2-0 wave. Despite not yet tasting home advantage this season, their spirits are high after defeating the New England Patriots 24-17. The young quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, with a stellar performance, showcased his improving prowess. The ground game seemed unstoppable in the NFL with Raheem Mostert taking charge, while Jaylen Waddle proved his mettle in the air. As for the Dolphins’ defense, the team exhibited a unified front with four players notching a sack each, and Xavien Howard being the lone wolf with an interception.



BUSR NFL Odds, position the Broncos as the 6.5-point underdogs. And while Denver might have shown initial promise against the Commanders, a subsequent squandering of their lead remains a point of concern. Now, faced with the daunting task of confronting a red-hot Dolphins squad in their den, the Broncos are backed into a corner, desperate to avoid the treacherous 0-3 start.ย 

However, the Dolphins, despite their form, have faced the exhaustion of consecutive road games. As they finally return to familiar territory, they might be met with a Broncos side ready to unleash their pent-up frustration. If you’re looking to gamble on this game, the odds are favoring Miami, but the Broncos’ hunger is the wild card that upsets the spread.


Injury Report

For the Denver Broncos, the list of concerns is growing. Cornerback R. Moss is nursing an abdominal injury, with his return on the fence. Tight end G. Dulcich and Linebacker F. Clark are sidelined for an indefinite period due to hamstring and hip issues, respectively. More alarmingly, critical team members such as Safety C. Sterns and wide receiver T. Patrick face longer stints out, with Patrick’s Achilles raising particular alarm. E. Uwazurike’s suspension for the season further depletes the roster.

On the Miami Dolphins’ side, one name stands out – Jaylen Waddle. After a spectacular performance, he’s dealing with concussion protocols, and his presence will be sorely missed if he’s unavailable. T. Armstead and J. Hill are also nursing day-to-day injuries, putting their participation in doubt. J. Wilson Jr.’s abdominal injury and J. Ramsey’s long recovery period from a knee injury further emphasize the increasing injury concerns for the Dolphins.