The Dolphins Offense has looked Stellar to start the season. They certainly showed it off on Sunday as they achieved a not so hard fought Victory against the Denver Broncos. They won by an astounding 50 points, with a final score of 70-20. This is only the 3rd time in the sports history that a team has scored 70 points and its the first time its ever happened in the Super-Bowl Era(Since 1970). Scoring anywhere near this many points in todays game Is unheard of, but The Dolphins offense has proven to consist of generational talent, that NFL defenses can’t seem to find an answer for.

Tua Tagovailoa has shown that when healthy he’s a problem for just about any defense in the league. He set a franchise record with 1024 passing yards through his first 3 games on the season. On Sunday he showed off this talent by displaying incredible efficiency. Without turning the ball over once, he completed 23 of 26 passes for 309 yards and 4 touchdowns. He’s also surrounded by extremely talented individuals such as Tyreek hill, Raheem Mostert, Jaylen Waddle, and up-and-coming star De’von Achane. We knew about the talents that these individuals possessed, but De’von Achane shocked just about everyone watching the game. The rookie put up a stat line of 22 touches for 233 yards and 4 touchdowns. Safe to say if you own him in fantasy football, you had a great time watching the young running back run all over the broncos defense.

With everything flowing smoothly in all aspects of the dolphins offense its hard to not name them a Super-Bowl contender. Its early in the season, but with the hot start that they’ve had it doesn’t seem like anyones stopping this powerhouse of an offense. Next week is a true test to see how the dolphins will perform against the Buffalo Bills and their top level defense. The Bills are actually slightly favored in this game according to Draft kings, but I believe the dolphins will carry momentum into this game, making this matchup a thrill to watch.

The Broncos However, have looked shaky to start the season. While sitting at 0-3 its hard to know who to blame for the undesirable start that they’ve had. They have talent, but it seems the utilization of it is all wrong. Surprisingly enough there were some bright spots for the broncos to start the game. QB Russel Wilson, who hasn’t had the smoothest start to being a bronco, led two successful drives resulting in a touchdown and a field goal in the red zone making the score 21-10 with the dolphins in the lead. After this the broncos had crumbled, with them proceeding to give up a touchdown then immediately turning the ball over, resulting in a score for the dolphins. The final score at the end of the half was 35-13, but the broncos had a promising drive that resulted in a field goal on the goal line at the end of the half.

No team likes to lose by 50 points, but with a desirable matchup against the underperforming Chicago Bears, the Broncos need to take the minimal amount of positives that came from this game, and use it to get a win in week four. The broncos have talent and have the ability to be a good football team, but we will see how they perform in this upcoming week and hopefully they can gain some confidence going forward.