1. The quest continues
The Broncos' mission for another Super Bowl championship continues Sunday in Cincinnati as they take on the Bengals in their first road game of the season.
2. Lights, camera, action
Several Broncos, including starting quarterback Trevor Siemian, were featured on network television Sunday morning. Watch ESPN's Ron Jaworski break down Siemian film or NFL Network's Milke Silver go bowling with C.J. Anderson!
If Ray is doing it right, he "can't be blocked." And Broncos need him to step up. (Nick Groke, Denver Post)
Shane Ray rumbled into the end zone last Sunday and into another sphere. Linebackers so rarely score in the NFL. But here was Ray, in just his second season, sprinting past the goal line with a football in his hand in front of the home Broncos crowd.
9 keys to Broncos defeating the Bengals (Mike Klis, KUSA)
Here are nine significant points to the underdog Broncos emerging victorious, understanding, at least for this week, turnovers go without writing
Troy Renck: Take 5 Broncos vs. Bengals keys in Denver's first road game (Troy Renck, KMGH)*
The last time the Cincinnati Bengals lost a September home game, Alex Smith was the opposing quarterback. In 2011. With the San Francisco 49ers. *
6 storylines to watch in Bengals-Broncos game (Jay Morrison, Dayton Daily News)
Neither Cincinnati starter Andy Dalton nor Denver's Trevor Siemian played in that Week 16 game last — it was AJ McCarron vs. Brock Osweiler — so Sunday's game at Paul Brown Stadium could have a completely different look and feel.