The Denver Broncos still have one major problem.

They can’t run the football.

Once again in Detroit on Sunday night both C.J. Anderson and Ronnie Hillman disappointed. The offensive line probably wasn’t helping their cause, but neither Anderson or Hillman has shown the ability to break off a long play. Juwan Thompson may have been a real option at this point, but he hurt his neck and his status is iffy at best moving forward.

Meanwhile the defense and Peyton Manning once again carried the Broncos to a win. The Broncos forced key turnovers while PFM  had some incredibly clutch drives like he did in Kansas City the week before.

So how’d it all shake out after taking some time to digest the game for the final time? Here are three studs and three duds from the Broncos impressive 24-12 win in Detroit on Sunday night.

Dud No. 3 — Ronnie Hillman

Hillman’s mouth piece was about the only good part of his game on Sunday, as once again the Broncos couldn’t run the ball for squat. Hillman had a one-yard TD run, but other than that had just seven carries for 13 yards. That’s just not going to get it done.

Stud No. 3 — DeMarcus Ware

Ware turned in his third straight stellar game to start the year finishing with 1.5 sacks, two tackles for loss, three QB hits and four total tackles. Right now Ware may be the best linebacker in the NFL and the best player on the Broncos.