Brian Dawkins’ second sack of the game forced a fourth down for Miami, and Dan Carpenter converted a 43-yard field goal to extend Miami’s lead to 15-0.
It was a nine-play, 50-yard drive that spanned 5:05 on the game clock.
The drive was kick-started by a spinning, one-handed catch by fullback/tight end Charles Clay. The rookie took the reception 29 yards up the sideline into Broncos territory.
It was the longest play from scrimmage for the game, and Denver is now set to field the kickoff with 7:34 remaining in the contest.