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Broncos, Briefly: Tuesday, Oct. 24, 2017

**Tale of two offenses: Why “something isn’t clicking” for the Broncos**(Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post)
The inability to move the chains and run the ball has created a ripple effect that has reached the defense too. Without a lead, the Denver secondary is rarely targeted in coverage as opponents play it safe.

**Bronco notes: Kareem Hunt, meet Z. Anderson** (Mike Klis, 9 News)
Maybe, a couple pad pops from Zaire Anderson is just what the Denver defense needs in its attempt to slow Kareem Hunt.

**Vance Joseph: Broncos sticking with Siemian at QB despite skid** (Jeff Legwold, ESPN)
*After the Denver Broncos suffered their first shutout loss in almost 25 years and their third loss in four games, coach Vance Joseph said Monday he isn't switching quarterbacks because the team's offense has bigger problems to solve. *

**Miller: Denver Broncos addressing our 'issues'** (Austin Knoblauch, on NFL Total Access on Monday, Broncos linebacker Von Miller told NFL Network's Lindsay Rhodes that the team discussed its subpar performance in the 21-0 loss during a team meeting Monday.

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