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Broncos, Briefly: Tuesday, Nov. 14, 2017

Vance Joseph seeks simpler game-plan to mitigate costly errors(Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post)
Back to the drawing board the Broncos go after five consecutive losses, still in search of a needed victory and answers to their many questions.

Broncos notes: No major changes despite Broncos' skid(Mike Klis, 9 News)
"I watch his press conferences when he talks on Friday and he talks about blaming himself," McManus said. "But, there's a time and point when it's on the players. And the players have to step up and understand the scheme and understand what we're trying to do."

Broncos will give Osweiler another start at quarterback(Jeff Legwold, ESPN)
"It's Brock again," Joseph said Monday, regarding who will be under center. "And in my opinion, Brock played a solid game again [Sunday]. Offensively, we moved the ball. Obviously in the red zone it wasn't great -- we were 1-for-4 -- but as far as moving the ball, it was efficient, it was right. We made some explosive plays on that side of the ball."

Vance Joseph confident in Broncos special teams coach(Marc Sessler,
Joseph acknowledged Sunday that he couldn't recall an NFL game with so many special-teams struggles, but he isn't about to blow the machine up after one error-filled outing.