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Broncos, Briefly: Friday, December 16, 2016


What the Broncos defense must do to beat Bill Belichick, Patriots ever-changing offense]( (Cameron Wolfe, Denver Post)*
Preparation is the most important factor for the Broncos' defense this week — more than any other this season. Belichick excels at exploiting his opponent's weaknesses and tweaking offensive game plans in a moment's notice.*

Broncos not thrown by imposing final stretch (Lindsay Jones, USA Today)
All around the Denver Broncos' training facility are reminders of what can happen during a perfect playoff run, from wall-sized photos of Von Miller strip-sacking Cam Newton to the three Lombardi Trophies encased in glass inside the locker room.

'New' guys Derby and Forsett want to impress teammates (Jeff Legwold,
Forsett and Derby are the newest faces and yet could have plenty to say about how the Broncos finish things out.

Barrett hits ridiculous half-court shot at Nuggets game (Daniel Boniface, Denver Post)*
The Denver Broncos linebacker nails a backward shot on his first attempt. *

When it comes to the Patriots, the Broncos can say something that no other team can (Zac Stevens, BSN Denver)
In fact, since 2000 when "The Hoodie" took over in Foxboro, no team has a winning record against New England… No team except the Denver Broncos.

Broncos, Patriots have both hurdled the long snapper (Arnie Stapleton, Associated Press)*
The rematch of last year's AFC championship this weekend will once again feature Tom Brady trying to avoid Von Miller's grasp and Aqib Talib's reach. *

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Elway Access: Great rivalry with Patriots (Phil Milani)
In his weekly interview, John Elway talks about Tom Brady's legacy and always going through New England in the AFC.

Five Broncos things you should know: Siemian's poise and facing an improved Pats O-line (Andrew Mason)
Quarterbacks coach/passing game coordinator Greg Knapp broke down the progress of Siemian and Paxton Lynch when he met the media Thursday.

BMW Ultimate Performance: How Ware moved up another slot in career sack total (Andrew Mason)
DeMarcus Ware will be the first to tell you that many of his sacks are a collaborative effort, including his sack in Tennessee last Sunday.

Broncos among the most innovative organizations in sports technology (Caroline Deisley)
They are the second-most innovative NFL team behind the San Francisco 49ers.

Rookie Diaries: When idols become rivals (Justin Simmons and Will Parks)
Safeties Justin Simmons and Will Parks describe what they expect when they face Tom Brady, whom they grew up watching as kids.

Broncos Injury Report: Davis works off to the side (Andrew Mason)
Davis was in uniform, but working with a team strength-and-conditioning coach.

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