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Broncos, Briefly: Monday, October 10, 2016

Lynch plans to use tough loss as building block (*
Quarterback Paxton Lynch addresses the media after falling to the Falcons 23-16. *

"Now you have to move on" after Broncos' defeat to Falcons (Andrew Mason)
Performances like Sunday's have been the exception, not the rule.

Broncos prep for short week, Thursday night game (*
Von Miller, Shaquil Barrett, Emmanuel Sanders, and Demaryius Thomas explain how they are preparing for a short week with a Thursday Night Football game, and how they plan to bounce back. *

Harris Jr. eyes opportunity to 'bounce back' (*
Broncos TV's Matt Boyer talks with defensive back Chris Harris Jr. about what the Broncos plan to do with a quick turnaround following a Sunday's game against the Falcons. *

King Soopers Fan Gallery  (
Here's how you saw the Broncos vs. Falcons at Sports Authority Field at Mile High.

Shots of the Game: Fight Like a Bronco (
The Broncos recognized survivors of all forms of cancer at Sunday's home game.

Three Keys Unlocked: Falcons 23, Broncos 16 (
Just as it takes all three phases to win, each phase of the game was culpable for the Broncos in a 23-16 loss to the Falcons that ended their nine-game winning streak and knocked them from the ranks of the unbeaten.

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The best of the rest:

No panic in Broncos locker room after first loss (Rod Mackey, KUSA)
It's just one loss. The Broncos lost four times in the regular season last season but still won the Super Bowl. The players admit they need to play much better than they did today and feel confident that they will.

A look at the highlights from Sunday's game.

Broncos, Falcons differ on why Julio Jones got shut down (Cameron Wolfe, Denver Post)
The Broncos' defensive backs and Jones had different theories on why the match-up Sunday leaned so heavily in Denver's favor.

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