"The hardest part is staying patient in this game and not getting frustrated," said Broncos offensive coordinator Adam Gase. "If you get knocked off the field a couple times on third down, you just know you're going to have to reload and come back the next series and be ready to go again and try to put one together. This is probably one of the better defenses we've seen since Seattle. This whole group-they are really good. They are good on the back end, the linebacking core is playing excellent and that front is tough. It's going to be a challenge for us this weekend. They are not the second-ranked defense in the NFL for no reason. They've been playing really well, especially lately."
Their offense, led by third-year quarterback Ryan Tannehill, is no joke either.
"This is a huge game right here," Broncos cornerback Chris Harris Jr. said. "Playing the Dolphins, they've got a good team, watching them on film. They've got a lot of weapons. They do some dangerous stuff on offense, so we've got to make sure [we are ready] mentally. Communication has to be on point this game. We can't beat ourselves."
Kickoff at Sports Authority Field at Mile High is set for Sunday, November 23, 2014 at 2:25 p.m. Mile High time.
The game will air on CBS airing on KCNC-TV in Denver. Jim Nantz (play-by-play) and Phil Simms (color commentary) will call the game with Tracy Wolfson reporting from the sidelines.
View our Broncos-Dolphins TV broadcast map to see if the game will air locally in your area. DirecTV Sunday Ticket customers can find the game on 716.
Verizon subscribers can tap into NFL Mobile. At a premium, you can stream the game after the final whistle blows from NFL.com using Game Rewind. You can also listen live using streaming audio from NFL.com.
Listen around Denver at 850 AM KOA and nationwide at Sirius 113. Dave Logan (play-by-play) and Ed McCaffrey (color commentary) will call the game with Alan Roach reporting from the sidelines. View the full Denver Broncos radio network here.
Remember Tim Tebow? The Dolphins sure do. The last time these two teams played was in 2011, when Tebow made a 15-point comeback with under three minutes to play to force overtime. Then Matt Prater nailed an overtime field goal, and the Broncos won, 18-15. At that moment, Tebowmania was in full swing.
The Broncos will be without running backs Montee Ball and Ronnie Hillman, so they called up Jeremy Stewart from their practice squad, waiving Kapri Bibbs. Wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders (concussion) is probable; tight ends Julius Thomas (ankle) and Virgil Green (calf) are each questionable.
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Denver opened as 7.5-point odds. As of Saturday night, sportsbooks have moved the game to a 7-point ordeal.
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