According to SportsBetting.com, the Broncos will once again be home underdogs as they are 3.5-point dogs to the Dolphins with an over/under set at 45. There is some doubt in Lock’s status for this game and, frankly, if they go to Brett Rypien then it might just be enough to steal a win from a Dolphins team that has had a hot hand over the last month.
Miami Dolphins (6-3) at Denver Broncos (3-6)
Sunday, November 22, 2020 at 2:05 p.m. Mile High time
Empower Field at Mile High in Denver, Colorado
ATS Betting Lines: Dolphins by 3.5
Moneyline: LV (-175) | DEN (+154)
Welp, it is officially time to begin looking at the 2021 NFL Draft odds each and every week. According to ESPN, the Broncos are in solid position to compete for a Top 5 overall pick. Though they’d be hard pressed to catch the 0-9 New York Jets or 1-8 Jacksonville Jaguars before it is all said and done.
8. Denver Broncos (3-6)
Average draft position: 8.8
FPI chance to earn No. 1 pick: 0.1%
FPI chance to earn top-five pick: 19.7%
The Jets would need to get on a tear to change things enough for Denver steal away that number one overall pick, however, they are definitely in position to compete for a top end draft choice. With games against teams with a 6-3, 8-1, and 7-2 record coming up over the next three weeks, the Broncos could very easily be 3-9 and solidly in the Top 3 draft pick range.
As for this upcoming game, a quarterback change could very easily upset our dreams of a Top 3 draft selection. Drew Lock has regressed horribly, so using his injuries last week as a way to give him some bench time could be just what the doctor ordered to drum up a win against a superior foe.
How do you think the Broncos-Dolphins game will play out?
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Broncos win outright
Broncos lose, but cover
Dolphins win and cover