Pro Football Focus wrote:
Given that the Broncos' offensive line ranks 28th in pass-blocking grade and allows quick pressure 31% of the time, it doesn’t seem as if they will be prepared to stop this (see tweet below).https://www.pff.com/news/nfl-week-11-tr ... caneers-ol
The Dolphins' pass rush still grades out at “only” average, and they don’t particularly boast any individual stars, but their scheme seems to be too much for many offenses to handle. After two disappointing outings to start the season, they have generated pressure within 2.5 seconds at an above-average rate in every single game since then.
Consequently, they are leading the league in that stat since Week 3, and we don’t anticipate their hot streak to end against a Denver Broncos offensive line that can expect neither a good game script nor help from an experienced quarterback checking out of bad looks.