Linebacker Von Miller is known for wearing outlandish outfits after Broncos games, but the look he sported on Sunday night may have taken the cake.
The Broncos won their third straight game since downshifting their high-octane offense from a pass-oriented attack to a run-heavy approach.
The bad certainly came with the good tonight, as the Broncos couldn’t crush the Bills as it looked like they would at one point. Denver turned the ball over too many times and couldn’t capitalize on Buffalo’s turnovers, making it a close win in the end.
These Denver Broncos aren’t as slick as last year’s high-flying, record-breaking bunch, the one that was stopped cold in the Super Bowl.
Focused solely as he is on helping the Buffalo Bills end the NFL’s longest current playoff drought at 14 years, Kyle Orton was in no mood to reflect on his time in Denver as he prepared to face his former team.
Will Demaryius Thomas, who tweaked his ankle in practice on Thursday, play Sunday when the Denver Broncos host the Buffalo Bills? “Absolutely. He’s OK,” Broncos safety Moore said on Thursday Night Blitz.
The Denver Broncos haven’t missed tight end Julius Thomas – until they reach the red zone.
When it comes to rushing the passer, the Broncos and Bills are among the best in the NFL. Much of that success can be credited to a few, select men on either team.
The Denver Broncos offense may be currently clicking on all cylinders, but they are running into a truly talented team on Sunday. When the Buffalo Bills come to town, their dominant defense could take away the ball and steal the show.
Denver Broncos defense coordinator Jack Del Rio has hammered home the message all season: Get to the quarterback and good things will happen.