Yesterday in Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, Florida the Miami Dolphins did something that the league hasn't seen since 1950. The Dolphins absolutely steam rolled the Denver Broncos into oblivion by lighting Denver up to the tune of 70 points. Now I know the Broncos have a horrible defense and there just a bad football team but still scoring 70 points in a game is absolutely ridiculous. Miami had a franchise record 726 yards of total offense and they were 9 yards shy of the NFL's all-time record set by the 1951 Los Angeles Rams. They had 350 rushing yards a single game franchise record. There 2 running backs Raheem Mostert and this kid I never heard of De'von Achane combined for 8 touchdowns. Then there is Dolphins phenom quarterback Tua Tagovailoa who has been absolutely spectacular this season. Tua went 23 out of 26 for 309 yards and 4 touchdowns He posted the highest passer rating of his young career at 155.8. Superstar Wide Receiver Tyreke Hill was amazing as always as he had 9 catches for 157 yards and 1 touchdown. This year the Dolphins offense has been insane but there first real test comes this weekend in Buffalo as they face the Bulls in a gigantic AFC East Divisional matchup. As for the Denver Broncos there will be better days it's clear this is a rebuild year for quarterback Russell Wilson and new head coach Sean Payton. The Miami Dolphins so far look like major Super Bowl Contenders and they have put the rest of the league on notice.
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