Inactives: Broncos - Montee Ball, Ronnie Hillman, Julius Thomas, Tony Carter, Chris Clark, Marvin Austin, Michael Schofield
Dolphins - CB Cortland Finnegan, LB Jonathan Freeny, TE Charles Clay, DT Anthony Johnson, G Nate Garner, CB Jalil Brown, OT Billy Turner
Enjoy the games, and Go Lions (at New England)!
Good Morning, Broncos fans! Until late Thursday night, it appeared Denver would need a win against Miami just to maintain a share of the AFCW lead.
But thanks to the Raiders, the Broncos now have a golden opportunity to pull a game ahead of Kansas City heading into the Week 13 rematch at Arrowhead.
And if the Lions pull off the upset at Foxboro, Denver could jump back into a tie for the best record in the AFC, although the Patriots do hold the head-to-head tiebreaker.
As predicted by Lindsay Jones, the Broncos promoted running back Jeremy Stewart from their practice squad ahead of Sunday's game versus Miami.
To create room for Stewart on the roster, Denver cut Kapri Bibbs, with the intention of returning him to the practice squad if he clears waivers.
Good Morning, Broncos fans! Rams safety Rodney McLeod was not fined for his borderline hit that left Emmanuel Sanders with a concussion.
The wideout agreed with the league's decision from a rules standpoint, but he didn't appreciate how McLeod approached the play:
In terms of targeting, I felt like the guy could have gone for the ball. I think his intentions the whole time were to deliver a blow. That's the only thing I am not too happy about.
Emmanuel Sanders was cleared through the league's concussion protocol on Thursday, practiced on Friday, is listed as probable, and will play in Sunday's game versus Miami.
Tight ends Julius Thomas and Virgil Green were limited on Friday, and are questionable for Sunday. Expectedly, Montee Ball and Ronnie Hillman are out.
Good Morning, Broncos fans! Let's all continue to laugh at the Chiefs, shall we?
That the Raiders nearly blew the game by acting like they'd never been there before (well, it wasn't really acting; they hadn't been there before) was the icing on top.
Oakland (1-10) pulled off the shocker on Thursday night, knocking off the rival first-place Chiefs (7-4) in a 24-20 victory.
The win broke a 16-game losing streak for the Raiders; their last win came November 17, 2013, and that was against a Texans team amidst their own 14-game losing streak.
Derek Carr led Oakland on a late 80-yard scoring drive, throwing a game-winning nine-yard touchdown pass to James Jones inside the two-minute warning.