Instant Analysis: Miami Dolphins 16, Indianapolis Colts 12

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It wasn’t pretty, but Miami’s defense delivered three turnovers and a critical fourth-down stop in the red zone late in the fourth quarter to produced the season’s second win. While Brian Flores’ team is building momentum, producing the season’s second win, they are also losing ground when it comes to securing a top pick needed to landed one of the nation’s top two quarterback prospects. One more win and the Dolphins can likely say goodbye to Tua Tagovailoa and Joe Burrow unless they are willing to trade multiple first-round picks to land one.