**Week 6 cornerback rankings: Talib at No. 1; Steelers refine**(Ike Taylor, NFL.com)
Talib has dominated so far, allowing 10 receptions on 14 targets for 58 yards (5.8 yards per catch). He did give up a touchdown to Dez Bryant in Week 2, but countered by picking off Dak Prescott in the red zone and returned it 103 yards for a touchdown. He's still at the top of his game in his 10th season and I love it.
**Broncos WR Sanders on targets: “You can’t be frustrated when you win.”**(Nick Kosmider, Denver Post)
Teams through the first four games of the season have often blanketed Thomas and Sanders with their coverage, leaving a successful running game as the team's most viable offensive option.
**Ready or not, Broncos see best pass-rushers week after week**(Jeff Legwold, ESPN)
Through Week 5, 19 players in the NFL had at least four sacks. One of those is the Broncos' Von Miller, and of the other 18, Denver has already faced four.
**How getting spurned by Rodgers-Cromartie led the Broncos to Talib**(Mike Klis, 9 News)
"He wound up getting a deal he wanted with the Giants and I wound up getting a deal I wanted in Denver," Talib said. "We both ended up happy."
**How the Denver Broncos Can Make the Playoffs**(The Upshot, New York Times)
You can use The Upshot's playoff simulator to explore all of the Broncos' remaining paths to the playoffs — and the paths for every other team. You can explore other possibilities, like whether your team can get a first-round bye or win the division, right here.