The Miami Dolphins dominated the Denver Broncos in a 70-20 victory, with De’Von Achane and Raheem Mostert both having career days with four touchdowns each. Tua Tagovailoa also had an impressive performance, completing his first 17 pass attempts. The Dolphins’ high-scoring performance was their best in franchise history and came close to matching the NFL record of 72 points set by Washington in 1966. Achane contributed two rushing touchdowns and two receiving touchdowns, accumulating 203 rushing yards on 18 carries. Mostert scored three touchdowns on the ground and had 82 rushing yards and 60 receiving yards. Tagovailoa fell just short of the franchise record for most consecutive completions to start a game, but still threw for 309 yards and four touchdowns on 23-of-26 passing. Tyreek Hill also had a standout performance with nine catches for 157 yards and a touchdown. The Dolphins’ defense forced three turnovers. On the other side, Russell Wilson threw for 306 yards, one touchdown, and one interception for the Broncos. Courtland Sutton led the Broncos with eight catches for 91 yards and a touchdown. Mostert and Achane continued their dominance in the second half, with Mostert scoring two more touchdowns, including a 19-yard reception, and Achane adding a 10-yard touchdown catch. Miami’s backup quarterback Mike White connected with Robbie Chosen for a 68-yard touchdown, but Marvin Mims Jr. quickly responded with a 99-yard kickoff return touchdown. Achane sealed the victory with a 67-yard rushing touchdown. Mostert and Achane each had two touchdowns in the first half, helping the Dolphins take a commanding 35-13 lead at halftime. The Broncos’ first-half scoring came from Wilson’s 12-yard touchdown pass to Sutton and two field goals by Wil Lutz.
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