Behind a breakout performance from Trevor Siemian, there's a lot to takeaway from the Denver Broncos' victory over the Cincinnati Bengals
The Denver Broncos defense again stymied an excellent quarterback and extended one of the more jaw-dropping stats in football.
Just like a fine wine, the Broncos defense has proven that it gets better with age. In the Broncos 29-17 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday, the defense got better as the game progressed.
The Broncos had plenty of built in excuses heading into Week 3, but they didn't need any of them as they walked out of Cincinnati with win No. 3
511 days after a Twitter user criticized John Elway's selection of Trevor Siemian, the Denver Broncos general manager fired back
Despite inconsistencies, Denver's win probably doesn't happen without special teams, but they definitely need to eliminate some mistakes in the third phase.
After a breakout performance from Trevor Siemian, his Denver Broncos teammates rally around their quarterback on social media following the game
These three players came up very big in the Broncos victory over the Bengals even though they won't get much recognition for it
Emmanuel Sanders and Demaryius Thomas made it clear they wanted to see more action in the Broncos' offense, and they delivered on Sunday
Shane Ray had a big day, John Phillips made a big play and three other backups played important roles in Denver's win at Cincinnati.