This hasn’t happened in 57 years: Miami Dolphins score 70 points against Denver Broncos
The Miami Dolphins are clearly too big for the Denver Broncos on the third day of the NFL game. With 70 points, the team from Florida scored more than any team in decades.
The Miami Dolphins scored an unusually high number of points in the NFL on a dream day and humiliated the overwhelmed Denver Broncos around star quarterback Russell Wilson. At 70:20, the Dolphins scored more points than any NFL team had managed in 57 years. Quarterback Tua Tagovailoa recorded four touchdown passes, Raheem Mostert had a very strong game for the Dolphins with four touchdowns scored. The Broncos around Wilson have now lost the first three games of the season and are in the National Football League facing difficult months.
Packers stun NFL fans with comeback win
Meanwhile, Jordan Love enabled the Green Bay Packers to achieve a victory that was hardly thought possible with a comeback in the final quarter. At 18:17 against the New Orleans Saints, the hosts were still 0:17 behind in the final quarter. After a shoulder injury to Saints quarterback Derek Carr, the guests lost control and the Packers collected 18 points within eleven minutes.
In the Kansas City Chiefs’ victory, coach Andy Reid voluntarily waived his quarterback Patrick Mahomes. The 41:10 win against the Chicago Bears, who also have Equanimeous St. Brown in their squad, was never in danger. The Bears only scored their ten points in the final quarter.
The Detroit Lions’ 20:6 win against the Atlanta Falcons was less clear but also confident. In the Falcons’ first loss of the season, the visitors failed to score a touchdown. For the Lions, Amon-Ra St. Brown was once again the most important receiving station for quarterback Jared Goff with nine caught passes for 102 yards.
Jakob Johnson and the Las Vegas Raiders suffered their second defeat in the third game of the season. The Raiders lost 18:23 to the Pittsburgh Steelers, three intercepted passes by playmaker Jimmy Garoppolo were too many.