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Game day information for the Denver Broncos and Miami Dolphins in Week 13 of the 2017 NFL season. Graphic by Johnny Hart / Sports Radio 104.3 The Fan
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The Best Broncos Coverage: Denver at Miami – Week 13

Game day information for the Denver Broncos and Miami Dolphins in Week 13 of the 2017 NFL season. Graphic by Johnny Hart / Sports Radio 104.3 The Fan

Week 12 – Broncos at Dolphins

When: Sunday, Dec. 3

Kickoff: 11 a.m. MST

Where: Hard Rock Stadium – Miami Gardens, Florida

Records: Denver (3-8) / Miami Dolphins (4-7)

Fan Pregame: 7:30 a.m. with Mike Pritchard; 9 a.m. with DMac and Mike Evans at the Fan Football Pregame live from the Sports Column in LoDo.

Fan Postgame: At the two-minute warning with Sandy Clough

Television: Fox

Game notes

• The Broncos have just one road win against the Dolphins in eight meetings (1-7) and hold a 5-11-1 record all-time against Miami.

• Denver will start its third quarterback — Trevor Siemian — in as many weeks, the eighth time the club’s done so in team history and the first since John Elway’s rookie season of 1983.

• Linebacker Von Miller will be playing in his 100th career regular season game on Sunday. He owns the fourth-most career sacks (82) through a player’s first 100 games in NFL history.

• Also, Miller can become the first player in Broncos history with six 10-sack seasons with 1.5 sacks Sunday, joining Simon Fletcher (5) and Paul Smith (4) as the only players in club history with four consecutive 10-sack seasons.

• With a passing touchdown, Siemian will become the third fastest Broncos quarterback to 30 passing touchdowns.

• Demaryius Thomas can pass Shannon Sharpe for second all-time in Broncos history in career receiving touchdowns and receiving yards with one TD catch and 85 yards.

• Broncos head coach Vance Joseph coached as the Dolphins defensive coordinator in 2016.

• Dolphins head coach Adam Gase served in several roles for the Broncos in six seasons with the club, most recently as offensive coordinator in 2013 and 2014.

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