The Dolphins failed miserably in their last road test, but they are confident that was just an aberration.
What follows is a glance at the Dolphins-Broncos matchup.
WHO: Miami Dolphins (4-1) vs. Denver Broncos (4-1)WHEN: Sunday, 8:30 p.m. ET
WHERE: Invesco Field at Mile High, Denver, Colo.
TV: ESPN (Mike Patrick, play-by-play; Joe Theismann and Paul Maguire, analysis; Suzy Kolber, sidelines)
LINE: Denver by 3 1/2
NFL RANKINGS: Dolphins — 8th in NFL in total offense, 3rd in rushing offense, 20th in passing offense, 10th in total defense, 4th in rushing defense, 23rd in passing defense
Broncos — 11th in NFL in total offense, 8th in rushing offense, T-17th passing offense, 5th in total defense, 2nd in rushing defense, 18th in passing defense
COACHES: Dolphins, Dave Wannstedt (3rd year with team); Broncos, Mike Shanahan (8th year)
SERIES RECORD: Miami leads 8-3-1 (Denver is 1-0 in playoffs)
LAST FIVE MEETINGS: 2001 at Miami, Dolphins 21, Broncos 10
1999 at Denver, Dolphins 38, Broncos 21
1999 at Denver (playoffs), Broncos 38, Dolphins 3
1998 at Miami, Dolphins 31, Broncos 21
1985 at Denver, Dolphins 30, Broncos 26
INJURIES: Dolphins — DE David Bowens (knee) is doubtful; T Mark Dixon (ankle) and LB Twan Russell (knee) are questionable; FB Rob Konrad (knee), C Tim Ruddy (groin), CB Patrick Surtain (knee), DE Jason Taylor (knee), LB Zach Thomas (ankle) and S Shawn Wooden (hamstring) are probable.
Broncos — FB Mike Anderson (ankle), LB Keith Burns (hand), G Lennie Friedman (thumb), CB Tyrone Poole (lower back) and WR Rod Smith (shoulder) are probable.