Miami has won four of the last five meetings, and leads the all-time series, 10-3-1.
Torain's debut:Ryan Torain figured to be in the mix to be the Broncos starting running back in training camp but an elbow injury sidelined him for the first eight weeks. Coach Mike Shahanan refused to put Torain on the IR, and now the rookie out of Arizona State is healthy and could be ready to go against the Dolphins. If not, look for Michael Pittman, who has 197 rushing yards in his past two games, to get the bulk of the carries.
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Ted Ginn Jr. had his first career 100-yard game last week and his 175 receiving yards is two fewer than he had in his first six games this season. ... Dolphins linebacker Joey Porter leads the NFL with 10.5 sacks, including 9.5 in his last five games. ... Broncos CB Dre' Bly ranks second among cornerbacks for most interceptions since 1999 with 38.