Miami Dolphins Explode For 70 Points, 726 Yards In Throttling Of Broncos

The Miami Dolphins offense entered the history books on Sunday afternoon against the Denver Broncos.

The Phins exploded for a 70-20 win, putting up the most points by a single team since Washington scored a league record 72 in 1966.

While Miami fell short of the all-time points threshold, their 726 yards of offense set a new benchmark in league history.

Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa threw for 309 yards and four touchdowns in the win while Tyreek Hill put up 157 yards receiving and a touchdown grab.

The ground game is where they did most of their damage as second-string running back De’Von Achane ran for 203 yards and two TDs. Starter Raheem Mostert also found the end zone four times in the rout.

Star receiver Jaylen Waddle missed the contest with a concussion, making the electric performance even more impressive.

Kudos to the Dolphins on a historic day.