Let's all be Dolphins fans: Week 15 early Sunday open thread

Steve Mitchell-US PRESSWIRE

A Dolphins win over the Patriots would put the Broncos back in the driver's seat in the AFC playoff race.
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The Games

Washington (+6) at Atlanta

San Francisco (-5.5) at Tampa Bay

Arizona (-2.5) at Tennessee

New Orleans (-6) at St. Louis

Seattle (-7) at New York Giants

Chicago (-1) at Cleveland

Houston (+5) at Indianapolis

Buffalo (-2.5) at Jacksonville

Miami (+1) at New England

Philadelphia (-6.5) at Minnesota

Who to root for

Miami. No game is more important for the Broncos than Dolphins-Patriots. A Miami win gets Denver back in the AFC playoff driver seat.

Houston. At 8-5, the Indianapolis Colts are not officially outside of the Broncos' vision yet. Should (somehow) the Colts win out and the Broncos lose out, they could potentially trump Denver in seeding. While situations like this are extremely unlikely with five total games left to play between the two teams, and the Broncos should be just focusing on what they need to do, I'm just adding some educational flavor to your Sunday morning slate of NFL games.

Washington, Tennessee, New York, Jacksonville, and Philadelphia. These teams all fell to the Broncos, meaning the better record they have, the better position the Broncos would be in strength of schedule tiebreaker scenarios.

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