The Broncos need a win to keep their playoff hopes alive, but the Dolphins are far from an easy opponent. Miami is on a five-game winning streak and they are currently in a playoff spot in the AFC. Here’s what Colorado bettors need to know going into Week 11.
The Broncos are +3.5 on the spread line and +160 on the moneyline. The total is set to 45 points. Here is the current line on Broncos vs. Dolphins on FOX Bet Sportsbook Colorado as of November 26, 2020 10:10 PM.
|Dolphins||-3.5 (-110)||-188||O 45 (-110)|
|Broncos||+3.5 (-110)||+160||U 45 (-110)|
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Will Drew Lock Start on Sunday?
Drew Lock’s up-and-down season continues to have more downs than ups. After throwing for four interceptions in last week’s loss to the Raiders, Lock is dealing with an injury to his ribs that could keep him off the field on Sunday.
The second-year quarterback was limited in practice this week. In fact, he’s splitting reps with backup quarterback Brett Rypien.
Both Brett Rypien and Drew Lock split reps today with the first team.
— Cody Roark (@CodyRoarkNFL) November 19, 2020
Lock was not blaming his poor performance in Week 10 on his injury, but he did tell reporters that he was feeling the pain.
Drew Lock said he was feeling the effects of the injury from the second quarter onward. But he said he was raised to be "tough … go out there and play … until they drag you off the field."
— Andrew Mason (@MaseDenver) November 19, 2020
The Missouri product already missed two games earlier this year with an injury. Rypien does have one start under his belt this year. He led the Broncos to a win over the hapless New York Jets on Thursday Night Football in Week 4.
It’s still too early to tell which Broncos quarterback will be under center on Sunday, but we already know who the Dolphins are going to run out there — Tua Tagovailoa. The rookie hasn’t lit it up in his first three starts, but he is a perfect 3-0 as a starter.
Miami’s defense and special teams have been leading the way in recent weeks, but Tagovailoa is still a threat to put up big numbers on Sunday.