After picking up a resounding 70-20 win over the Denver Broncos in Week 3, the Miami Dolphins moved to 3-0 and are now the only remaining undefeated team in the AFC.
The Dolphins have looked like a team completely in rhythm, especially offensively as they dumped 726 yards of offense on the Broncos’ defense.
Mike McDaniels has to be happy with how his team has performed out of the gates of the 2023 NFL season as they look sharp and locked in every snap.
Miami was considered to be a Super Bowl hopeful coming into the season and there’s an argument to be made that they could be the outright favorite right now.
Even though Denver hasn’t been the most imposing team, to embarrass them the way they did should illustrate just how good Miami is.
The sky feels like the limit for this Dolphins squad and McDaniels doesn’t think any sort of ceiling should be placed on themselves via Cameron Wolfe of NFL Network.
“Shame on us if we put a ceiling on what we’re capable of,” McDaniels said.
Dolphins HC Mike McDaniel: “Shame on us if we put a ceiling on what we’re capable of.” pic.twitter.com/ecHoClwfHN
— Cameron Wolfe (@CameronWolfe) September 24, 2023
With Tua Tagovailoa and Tyreek Hill playing at the level they are, the offense will remain one of the most electric units in the league.
Couple that with their backfield tandem of Raheem Mostert and De’Von Achane and it’s hard to imagine any team being able to keep up with them on the scoreboard.
The defense has also shown signs of life, and if they’re able to do their job then there really aren’t many answers for the Dolphins.
Three weeks isn’t much of a sample size, but McDaniels has a point that there’s no telling what else this team is capable of.NEXT: Mike McDaniel Makes A Clear Statement On Dolphins Not Breaking NFL Record