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Broncos, Briefly: Monday, Sept. 18, 2017

The AFC West puts every other division to shame (Robert Mays, The Ringer)
The AFC West has recently resembled a jungle for its inhabitants, and things seem no different this time around.

Kiszla: With rout of Dallas, the Broncos put NFL on notice: Their big D is back, nastier than ever (Mark Kiszla, Denver Post)
Altitude isn't even the biggest problem when a nasty Broncos defense is sitting on your chest.

**The Award Section: In Celebration of Siemian, Antonio Gates, Chris Jones and More**(Peter King, The MMQB)
Still early, but the first two games of 2017 show that Siemian may be moving away from The Guy You Hope You Can Win With and toward The Guy Who Can Beat Playoff Teams.

**Talib celebrates milestone pick-six with leap into arms of Broncos fans**(Nick Kosmider, Denver Post)
"I was going to run up in them stands and get me a hot dog," Talib said. "That was my initial plan."

**Broncos edge rushers shine in victory over Cowboys**(Sam Monson, Pro Football Focus)
Miller has not been held without a pressure in a game since the 2013 season, and it has only happened three times in his entire career.

**Broncos believe in Siemian: 'Trev could be a star in this league'**(Dan Graziano, ESPN)
The best young quarterback on the field here Sunday was the one playing for the home team. The one whose face isn't on any of the TV network promos or magazine covers.

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