If there was one game that showed the Broncos’ 2015 defense was simply on a different playing field than the rest of the league, it was their 29-10 win over the Packers. The Nov. 1 win may be exemplified by Ware’s sack of Aaron Rodgers. Ware knocked the ball loose from Rodgers, and though the Packers recovered in their own end zone, the Broncos’ lead grew to 29-10. In all, the Broncos held Rodgers to 77 yards passing and no touchdowns. Ware’s play wasn’t the biggest of the game, but it certainly put the cap on one of the Broncos’ most-impressive wins of the year.