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Broncos Can No Longer Rely on Dominant Defense to Mask Offensive Woes

Not long ago, the Denver Broncos appeared to be chugging right along. After Trevor Siemian lit up the Cincinnati Bengals for 312 yards and four scores in Week 3, Denver looked to be on an early collision course toward a sixth straight AFC West title. A blowout win over Tampa Bay the following week only reinforced the perception that Denver was again among the teams to beat in the AFC.
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American Football / NFL : Bleacher Report - NFL

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