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Bron­cos quar­ter­backs have dropped back to pass 399 times this year and have yet to face an eight-man pres­sure.

The Mia­mi Dol­phins may change that Sun­day.

In last week’s win over the Los Ange­les Charg­ers, the Dol­phins dialed up eight pres­sures of at least six rush­ers, includ­ing three eight-man rush­es.

The task for the Bron­cos: Make sure the pro­tec­tion calls are on-point and the prob­lems of hav­ing free rush­ers is cor­rect­ed.

“It’s a chal­lenge for the whole pro­tec­tion oper­a­tion, not just (rook­ie) cen­ter (Lloyd Cushen­ber­ry),” coach Vic Fan­gio said before prac­tice Thurs­day. “But obvi­ous­ly, he’s involved in it being in the mid­dle of it. Pro­tec­tion (is) the main part of it and the quar­ter­back and wide receivers notic­ing it, also.”

By that, Fan­gio means quar­ter­back Drew Lock and the Bron­cos’ receivers must be aware of when the extra pres­sure is com­ing so the right hot route is run and the right hot throw is deliv­ered.

Against five or more pass rush­ers this year, Bron­cos quar­ter­backs are 42-of-83 for 607 yards, two touch­downs and sev­en inter­cep­tions (13 sacks).

What the Bron­cos want to avoid is hav­ing few­er block­ers than the Dol­phins have rush­ers. Twice last week, the Charg­ers had a sev­en-man pro­tec­tion against an eight-man rush. Oth­er times, the Dol­phins would line up eight defend­ers — all in stand-up posi­tion — at the line and rush 4–5 and drop the oth­ers.

“I think (defen­sive coor­di­na­tor) Josh Boy­er and our defen­sive staff do a real­ly nice job of try­ing to come up with dif­fer­ent schemes,” Dol­phins coach Bri­an Flo­res said. “We try to pro­mote cre­ativ­i­ty real­ly on all three (phas­es). I try to be open to any idea from a foot­ball stand­point. If we can get it and we can exe­cute it, we’ll give it a show.”

The Charg­ers were so wary of Miami’s pass-rush scheme, they start­ed keep­ing sev­en play­ers in pro­tec­tion even when the Dol­phins rushed five.

The Dol­phins’ first sack was a five-man rush vs. sev­en-man pres­sure when a right defen­sive end dropped and a left slot cor­ner­back blitzed unblocked. The sec­ond sack was due to sol­id cov­er­age.

On the flip side, Boy­er also called eight three-man rush­es to like­ly neu­tral­ize the Charg­ers’ under­neath pass­ing game.

Injury report. Inside line­backer Joe Jones (calf) was the only play­er to not prac­tice Thurs­day. Lock (ribs), right tack­le Jake Rodgers (shoul­der) and tight end Noah Fant (ribs) did lim­it­ed work after sit­ting out Wednes­day.

Lim­it­ed for the sec­ond con­sec­u­tive day were right tack­le Calvin Ander­son (ankle), cor­ner­back A.J. Bouye (hip) and receiv­er Jer­ry Jeudy (ankle).

Inside line­backer Josey Jew­ell (quad) and safe­ty Trey Mar­shall (elbow) prac­ticed ful­ly after being lim­it­ed Wednes­day.

Flo­res recalls inter­view. In Jan­u­ary 2019, Bron­cos exec­u­tives trav­eled to Foxbor­ough, Mass., to inter­view Flo­res, then the New Eng­land Patri­ots’ defen­sive play-caller.

“I remem­ber it vivid­ly,” Flo­res said. “It was just great for me doing my own back­ground work and learn­ing more about the Den­ver Bron­cos and their his­to­ry, the Bowlen fam­i­ly and the great his­to­ry they have there as an orga­ni­za­tion. I thought it went well. It was great to meet the exec­u­tives and spend some time with them. They got the right coach (in Fan­gio) and the right peo­ple in place.”

Briefly. The Bron­cos’ offense hasn’t had a five-minute dri­ve since Week 6 at New Eng­land and their four three-and-outs against Las Vegas were tied for most this year (Tam­pa Bay/Chargers). … Inside line­backer Alexan­der John­son had 3 1/ 2 run “stuffs” in Raiders loss, mov­ing his sea­son total to a team-high 10 1/2. … Dol­phins quar­ter­back Tua Tago­v­ailoa is the sec­ond rook­ie in the Super Bowl Era to win his first three career starts with­out an inter­cep­tion (Philadelphia’s Car­son Wentz in 2016). … On Wednes­day, Fan­gio pre­sent­ed $10,000 worth of jer­seys, pants, cleats, gloves and coach­ing attire to the Ara­pa­hoe Youth League Eagles.

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