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Emotionally filled, thanks to Pat Bowlen’s halftime Ring of Fame induction ceremony and so much more, the Denver Broncos came to play Sunday night. In the biggest game of the NFL season, Denver and Green Bay each started somewhat slowly. Much like a Super Bowl as great teams try to feel one another out. But the Broncos offense started…...

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The Denver Broncos are 7-0. But, it wasn’t just that they won. The outside factors also led to their winning on Sunday night. Pat Bowlen was inducted into the Ring of Fame, the Green Bay Packers were favored at home and the Super Bowl XXXII winning team was even in attendance. But beyond all the positives surrounding the game, there...

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A team who starts 6-0 may need to get lucky to find themselves there, but to call a perfect start in the NFL a “fluke” is ridiculous. Of course, Denver Broncos fans aren’t necessarily satisfied with their team’s 6-0 start due to the offense’s mighty struggles all season long. Their 30th-ranked running game is worrying some folks, while others point...

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Rivalries are usually rough games. Not easy cakewalks, despite the differential in talent. The Oakland Raiders fought the Denver Broncos tooth and nail Sunday afternoon in the Bay Area, with the “Black Hole” getting as raucous as pirates on the high seas. But all those fans went from cheering early to booing in the end as the Broncos won the...

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Denver’s defense is No. 1 in the NFL. For a reason. Really, for many reasons and many players. Von Miller is one of those reasons, with his spectacular stealing of the ball from the Oakland Raiders’ Derek Carr in the third quarter. So is Chris Harris Jr. With the Broncos clinging to the 9-7 lead mid-way through the fourth quarter,...

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Somehow, someway the Denver Broncos are 2-0. Despite a 39-year-old quarterback who needs help tying his shoes, an offensive line that couldn’t block air and a running game that would struggle in a walk through, the Broncos have yet to lose this season. In all seriousness, Denver has done in two games what it was incapable of the last three...

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In years gone by when the Broncos had been penalized defensively, that had been mostly blamed to lack of discipline. Through 2 weeks of the NFL season, the current Broncos defensive group is showing sometimes penalties can be a good thing in the NFL. Not that you want to make a habit of committing them, but at times they can...

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The Denver Broncos have long been an offensive-first team, but it’s hard to ignore what may be their most talent-filled position on the roster; cornerback. Chris Harris Jr. has proven to be the best cornerback in the entire NFL and the fourth-best player in the league according to Pro Football Focus. He’s so gifted – and also an incredibly hard...

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Chris Harris Jr. is the NFL’s version of Rodney Dangerfield, he gets “No respect. No respect, at all, I tell ya!” Harris was the NFL’s top cornerback in 2014 according to Pro Football Focus, who brilliantly break down all the numbers, determining he was also the No. 4 best player in the entire NFL last season. The best year in...

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Wade Phillips is returning to Denver to be the Broncos next defensive coordinator, the same role he held in Denver for three season before becoming the Broncos head coach in 1993. With coaching changes comes changes in philosophy, and the Broncos will likely be returning to a 3-4 base defense. Here’s what that might look like. DEFENSIVE LINE (3) DT...

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