The talk of the NFL world has been the Miami Dolphins after they hung 70 points on the Denver Broncos to move to 3-0 on the season.
The Dolphins were able to light up the scoreboard as they were able to exploit the Broncos’ defense both on the ground and through the air.
Tua Tagovailoa and Tyreek Hill connected on several deep shots downfield while Raheem Mostert and De’Von Achane proved to be too fast and elusive when given open space.
Denver should be ashamed of their lackluster effort, but Miami also deserves a lot of credit for how they were able to execute on nearly every snap.
Offensively, there might not be a team in the league that can keep up with them as they’ve got the personnel to explode on any given play.
When talking about Miami’s offense in comparison to NFL history, Emmanuel Acho believes that they’re in rarefied air, via “Speak.”
“The Dolphins’ offense is generational,” Acho said.
— Speak (@SpeakOnFS1) September 25, 2023
Throwing around words like “generational” will cause some fans to raise eyebrows, but through three weeks it’s hard to argue with Acho considering what Miami’s already done.
The Dolphins didn’t even have Jaylen Waddle, who was ruled out due to a concussion against the Broncos, yet they still somehow managed to record 726 yards of total offense.
Acho also emphasizes the speed on the roster and he astutely points out that it isn’t something that coaches can teach.
There’s still a lot of time left in the regular season, but if Miami is to continue scoring at this pace it’ll be hard to imagine them losing many games.NEXT: Chris Broussard Has Serious Criticism For Cowboys After Loss