NFL Odds And Lines Week 7: Broncos Vs. Dolphins

DENVER, CO - OCTOBER 9: Tim Tebow #15 of the Denver Broncos reacts to a touchdown against the San Diego Chargers at Sports Authority Field at Mile High on October 9, 2011 in Denver, Colorado. (Photo by Bart Young/Getty Images)

The Denver Broncos and Miami Dolphins will meet on Sunday as they both attempt to get themselves out of the basement of their respective divisions.

The Denver Broncos and Miami Dolphins are currently in the bottom of their respective divisions with the latter still working on winning its first game of the season. The Dolphins are favored to win this week according to the NFL odds, however, as they are currently three-point favorites according to the Week 7 NFL lines.

It seems a bit surprising that Miami is actually the favorite considering they haven't won a game all season and the Broncos are giving Tim Tebow his first start -- at Sun Life Stadium, no less, where he was able to capture championships as the quarterback of the Florida Gators as well as his high school team.

Tebow is obviously the key player for the Broncos, but it's a bit difficult pinpointing exactly who is going to be the difference-maker for the Dolphins. Both Brandon Marshall and Reggie Bush missed Wednesday's practice due to injury and Matt Moore didn't exactly look like a worldbeater as he replaced the injured Chad Henne at quarterback last week.

For those looking to make a wager on this game, the odds are not in their favor as Miami and Denver are a combined 1-9 against the spread this season and the Broncos have shown a propensity to go over the over-under while Miami has been keeping games below the threshold. Looking back, though, The Dolphins have won five of their last six meetings with the Broncos.

For more Week 7 NFL odds and lines, check out Odd Shark. For more on the Broncos, be sure to read Mile High Report. To check out a robust online Dolphins community, The Phinsider is the place to be.

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