The Denver Broncos will fall into the "worst teams of the league" conversation if they are defeated badly by the Miami Dolphins wins in Week 11. Let’s say the Broncos do lose that game by margin: they then fall to 3-7 on the year, and it's clear cut that the narrative and spotlight for the Broncos gets shifted to the quarterback position. People will say that neither guy is good, whether it's Drew Lock or Brett Rypien under center in the loss, and that this team simply won’t be able to handle the firepower of the New Orleans Saints in Week 12. The Dolphins secondary will also make any quarterback and wide receiver core look bad. It’s unlikely the Broncos get much respect winning a game at home, if they happen to pull off an upset here despite winning with such a short line. The oddsmakers and public will be drooling over this big winniong streak for Miami as well, only making the Broncos look that much worse. Either Jameis Winston or Taysom Hill (or both) will take the controls for the Saints in Week 11 for the injured Drew Brees, and if they lose a close game, it’s not going to look all that bad, and this line will remain around the same. If the new Saints quarterback plays well, however, and the Atlanta Falcons show up as lame ducks, as they do at times, this line will jump to -7 or more. This Falcons defense has the dynamics to make Winston and/or Hill look great, and the talk will be about the Saints being healthy going into this Broncos game. It’s a string of things to only make this game go higher as of right now, so we're getting -6 value.