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Broncos, Briefly: Friday, Dec. 15, 2017

**Osweiler fills in for injured Siemian, guides Broncos to comeback win in Indy**(Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post)
They got a win — a defiant win — on Sunday and for a moment appeared a legitimate team, much like the one from early in the season.

**Broncos hope win at Indy could be start of long road back**(Michael Marot, Associated Press)
"It's just fun to win," Denver coach Vance Joseph said. "It started Monday, getting ready for this game. It's tough to play two games in five days and you have to embrace it."

**Latimer plays key role in Broncos’ comeback victory over Colts**(Nick Kosmider, Denver Post)
The Broncos' wide receiver, who starred at the University of Indiana, played a major role in the Broncos' comeback victory Thursday night, catching a touchdown pass from Brock Osweiler that put the Broncos ahead and later adding a two-point conversion catch that gave Denver a two-score cushion.

**Siemian suffers shoulder sprain in Broncos' win**(Austin Knoblauch,
Siemian, who underwent surgery on the non-throwing shoulder in January, had completed five of nine passes for 67 yards before leaving. He also threw an interception.

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