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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.

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