Denver Week 3 Opponent Profile: Broncos Travel To New York To Play The Buffalo Bills — CBS Denver

By Rick Brown The Denver Broncos (2-0) are looking to continue their two-game winning streak as the team travels to New York to play the Buffalo Bills (1-1). The last time the Broncos traveled to Ralph Wilson Stadium in 2011, they were beaten badly, 40-14. The Tim Tebow-led Broncos’ offense could not get anything going…

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Cecil Lammey: Sandy Clough 09/19/2017 — KKFN

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Our Fan Broncos Insider Cecil Lammey joined Sandy Clough. Cecil Lammey talks about what’s so exciting with the Broncos so far this season. Cecil Lammey also explains what’s so different about the Broncos defense this season thus far!

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The Broncos defense continues to impress: Sandy Clough — KKFN

Sandy Clough – 09/19/2017 – Sandy Clough live in studio. Tuesday’s show Sandy Clough goes into scoring being down in the NFL and if the Broncos defense can be even better than past great Broncos defenses. Dr. Rick Perea and Our Fan Broncos Insider Cecil Lammey both joined the program. Listen to hour one here!…

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Jhabvala vs. Kiz: Has Trevor Siemian or C.J. Anderson been sweeter surprise for Broncos? — The Denver Post

Has Trevor Siemian or C.J. Anderson been a sweeter surprise for Broncos? Kiz: Did the Broncos roll back the clock to 2013? They’re putting up Star Wars numbers on offense. The team’s 66 points through two games is No. 2 in the league. Yes, it’s early. Too early to declare a trend. But remember, this…

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Broncos say run D is about attitude. But their latest defensive face-lift included a bit more. — The Denver Post

The Broncos arrived with a clear plan and an earful of doubts. They heard they were underdogs on Sunday, facing a Dallas Cowboys offense led by the reigning rushing king, Ezekiel Elliott. They heard the jaw-dropping numbers that came with it: 1,631 rushing yards in 2016, including 1,122 on first downs for Elliott. And they…

via Broncos say run D is about attitude. But their latest defensive face-lift included a bit more. — The Denver Post

Should Cowboys fans be concerned after Trevor Siemian outdueled Dak Prescott? — Fanbuzz.com

The thought all along would be if the Dallas Cowboys missed Ezekiel Elliott for any amount of time, specifically the six games he may or may not be suspended for, Dak Prescott would be able to stand in and lead America’s Team to victory. That theory took a massive hit Sunday afternoon, when Prescott completed…

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