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After being pulled in the second half against the Titans, Emmanuel Sanders appears ready to go against the Chiefs.
Broncos' inside linebacker Alexander Johnson is reaping the benefits of getting the chance to start. He's arguably been the team's best defender the last two weeks, and we take a deeper look into his "Dino" nickname and more.
What do the Broncos have to do to beat the Chiefs on Sunday?
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Ronnie Kohrt of the Broncos Blitz podcast breaks down the blueprint to beating the high-powered Chiefs offense on Thursday night football.
Offensive linemen usually get lost in the trenches. But, keep an eye on No. 66 next time you watch the Broncos because he's likely making a great block.
The Denver Broncos will look to conquer the Kansas City Chiefs on Thursday Night Football, but in order to do so, they will need to slow MVP candidate Patrick Mahomes.
Alexander Johnson, Mike Purcell? How the Broncos unknowns have been powering Denver's defense and will continue to this Thursday.
Denver's defense beginning to come together as Denver hits high gear. In the latest Broncos Blitz podcast, host Ronnie Kohrt chats about what is making Denver's defense fire on all cylinders and talks to Justin Simmons postgame after their 16-0 win over Tennessee.
The Broncos aren’t great, but behind a great defense, they might just be good enough. That’s been the plan all along.
Who starred and who disappointed in Denver's defensive romp over the Titans.
Vic Fangio's defense is finally coming together as one of the best in the NFL over the last two weeks, allowing only 35 and 39 yards rushing to their last two opponents. And on Sunday, the Broncos enjoyed seven sacks with three interceptions.
Denver's defense was dominant, their offensive line stepped up and one more key takeaway from the win. The Broncos are now on a roll with two straight victories.
Sanders won't return in the second half for the Broncos Sunday. No word on how long he may miss with the knee injury.