Our look at the play of the week on the defensive side of the ball for the Denver Broncos.
With the Denver Broncos trailing the San Diego Chargers 7-3 midway through the second quarter, the Wade Phillips-led squad did what they do best—make game changing plays.
When these Denver Broncos are at their best, it always seems the defense makes a huge play in a big moment. On Monday night, as the Broncos handled the Houston Texans, it was a combination of Darian Stewart, T.J. Ward and Todd Davis that made the opportune play.
On a night where the Broncos uniforms were almost the only thing that resembled a highlight, Shane Ray continued his ascension in place of the injured DeMarcus Ware.
There was not much to celebrate for the Denver Broncos Sunday, but T.J. Ward certainly got some props in the film room.
It did not take long for Denver Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib to shine in his return to Raymond James Stadium.
Will Parks notched the first pick of his career and also notched his first Denver Broncos defensive play of the week at BSN Denver.