Paul Klee’s prediction (and In-N-Out burger review) for Broncos-Dolphins Sunday:
Who knew the Denver Nuggets would field an offense that reminds of the Chiefs faster than the Broncos? Get to know the name Facundo “Facu” Campazzo, a 5-foot-11 wizard from Argentina. He signed with the Nuggets on Friday. What’s better than Nikola Jokic’s passing? Two guys doing it.
In defense of In-N-Out Burger, it’s a tasty burger. But make mine the “Chilango” at Park Burger or the Mexican hamburger at Tacos El Gordo on Federal. Shoot, the $5.99 burger deal at Crown Burgers on Colorado Boulevard is better. In-N-Out’s arrival is the surest sign yet we live in Calirado.
Interesting comment from Broncos coach Vic Fangio on Friday: “The kicking game has played a big part” in Miami’s resurgence. He wasn’t asked about special teams, either. His emphasizing special teams is an indication the Broncos’ operation is watching Tom McMahon’s group closely.
The low point of the Vance Joseph era was a loss to the Dolphins — 35-9 in Miami. That Dolphins team had lost five straight games, by an average of 23 points. These Dolphins are good. They’d be in the AFC playoffs, the No. 6 seed right now. Fangio’s approval rating would dive in a VJ-like blowout.
If you’re a money line bettor who follows my picks, you’re welcome. If you bet the spread, may I introduce you to The Gazette’s novice gambling ace, Kate “CheapsKate” Shefte? She hit the jackpot by betting Chase Elliott to win the Season Finale 500. Well done. Now make mine the Fins — big.
Klee’s prediction: Dolphins (minus-3) 26, Broncos 16 (Season: 8-1 overall, 3-6 ATS)