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Broncos, Briefly: Monday, December 5, 2016

In holding off Jaguars, Broncos defense shows that late letdown against Chiefs was the aberration (Andrew Mason)
The late lapse last week was the exception for Denver's defense in the last two seasons, not the rule.

Dixon, Raymond and entire special teams unit shines in Broncos win (Caroline Deisley)
The special-teams unit knew it needed to bounce back, but it could not foresee just how often it would be relied upon Sunday in a must-win game against the Jaguars.

Lynch avoids costly turnovers in first career win (Ben Swanson)*
"Well, he got his first win. That's what I feel best about," Head Coach Gary Kubiak said. *

Five Key Moments: Broncos 20, Jaguars 10 (Ben Swanson)
The Jaguars' chances to tie the game late in the fourth quarter down a touchdown evaporated when Miller pushed offensive tackle Jermey Parnell into Bortles, forcing a fumble.

Victory speech: Jaguars game (DenverBroncos.com)*
Head Coach Gary Kubiak addresses the team following the Broncos 20-10 victory over the Jaguars. *

Roby returns to form with pick-six vs. Jags (DenverBroncos.com)*
Broncos TV's Matt Boyer talks with defensive back Bradley Roby about Roby's pick-six return, and what that play did for his momentum moving forward. *

Highlights: Broncos vs. Jaguars - Week 13 (DenverBroncos.com)
The Broncos took down the Jaguars, 20-10, thanks to big plays on defense.

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With Lynch at helm, Broncos hang on for win over Jaguars (Nicki Jhabvala. Denver Post)
She could not and would not wear a No. 12 jersey with her last name stamped across the back, out of fear of tipping off the screaming fans that surrounded her.

Big Play Roby comes through for No Fly Zone (Mike Klis, KUSA)
Somewhere inside the No Fly Zone, Bradley Roby has become deserving of his own nickname

Broncos' Harris Jr.: All the games are big right now, we need big plays (Jeff Legwold, ESPN.com)
And after a rare bobble a week ago, when the unit let the Kansas City Chiefs score on the last three possessions of an overtime loss, Denver's defense went to work.

The Playoffs Are Coming (Peter King, MMQB)
So the Broncos aren't out of it. They just have to do something very difficult to have a chance to win the division

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