**Miller isn't breaking out his sack dances all the time**(Arnie Stapleton, Associated Press)
"I'm a seasoned vet when it comes to sack dances and celebrations. I know the perfect time to do it," he said. "You just feel it. You just like feel it and that just was more like a rally getting with my teammates. Let's get the offense out there so we can finish them off."
**One key signing in March helped Broncos’ defense reach new heights **(Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post)
Peko, a 325-pound noseguard with an enduring smile, has been the spark to the unit's latest facelift.
Broncos making defenses pay for attention on Emmanuel Sanders!(/team/roster/emmanuel-sanders/bce0376a-1fa7-456e-b493-867b0186c393/ "Emmanuel Sanders"), Demaryius Thomas(Jeff Legwold, ESPN)
They have received plenty of attention from opposing defenses -- so much so, that even as the Broncos pound away with the league's No. 3 rushing attack at 143 yards per game, those defenses have continued to keep extra players in coverage, essentially deciding they'd rather take their chances against the Broncos' running backs rather than let Broncos quarterback Trevor Siemian pick away at them with Thomas and Sanders in full flight.
**Vance Joseph delivers bye week edict to Broncos players, coaches**(Zack Kelberman, 247Sports.com)
"Be smart with your time, recover, and spend some time on the [New York] Giants, at least an hour a day," Joseph recounted to reporters Wednesday.
**Broncos coach Vance Joseph: WR Bennie Fowler ‘is huge for us’**(Jimmie Kaylor, All22.com)
"Bennie's gotten two game balls in the first month of the season," Joseph said. "One for obviously his game against the Chargers for scoring two touchdowns. One last week with his gunner play on special teams. Bennie is a valuable member of our football team. Obviously being the third receiver and he's a core four player for [Special Teams Coordinator] Brock [Olivo]. His value is huge for us."