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Broncos, Briefly: Wednesday, Nov. 22, 2017

Posted Nov 22, 2017

A quick look at the recent buzz on the Denver Broncos.

Lunch Special: What will the RB rotation look like under Bill Musgrave? (Nick Kosmider, Denver Post)
I’d be surprised if we didn’t see Devontae Booker creeping into more of a lead role. He had 98 combined yards Sunday and had more carries than C.J. Anderson (14 to 13) for the first time this season.

Grading the quarterback play for all 32 teams (ESPN.com)
Behind shaky pass protection, the Broncos have simply turned the ball over far too often no matter who's behind center. They need help at tight end, a more consistent third option at wide receiver and to find a group in the offensive line that performs far more consistently, or none of the quarterbacks they try will have a great chance at success.

Boulder's Boselli joins Atwater, Mecklenburg, 4 other Broncos among 27 Hall of Fame semifinalists (Mike Klis, 9 News)
Steve Atwater, a hard-hitting safety, and Karl Mecklenburg, a versatile defender who played inside linebacker on running downs and defensive end or outside linebacker on passing downs, headline the Broncos’ Hall candidates.

Linebacker Davis Says Broncos ‘Capable Of Stuffing The Run’ Again Sunday (Michael Spencer, CBS 4)
Davis and the Broncos are in the midst of a six game losing streak. It is the Broncos’ longest losing streak since 1990, but despite their loss on Sunday, the Broncos run defense was impressive against the Bengals, holding Cincinnati to just 49 yards rushing.