The Squeeze: Joe Woods — air-traffic controller of the 'No Fly Zone'

1. Time to go to work

The Broncos have the toughest remaining schedule in the NFL, but they still have their eyes set on their sixth-straight division title. It's time to go to work!

2. Secure the bag This family celebrated Christmas a little early by purchasing Will Parks jerseys for the entire family!

3. Family reunion

Prior to Sunday's game, DeMarcus Ware spent time with several family members who traveled to Nashville from Alabama to watch him play.


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4. #BroncosBriefly

How Coach Woods became air-traffic controller of Broncos' No Fly Zone (Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post)
The game-changing takeaways and air-tight pass defense keyed the Broncos' Super Bowl run last season and have defined their attempted title defense in 2016. A lot of it traces back to Woods, the No Fly Zone's air-traffic controller.

Kiszla: Broncos star Ware warns Tennessee maulers: 'You're not going to push us around' (Mark Kiszla, Denver Post)*
The toughness of the defending Super Bowl champ is about to be challenged in Tennessee, where the Titans are a bunch of big uglies that want to bully the Broncos and steal their lunch money.*

It's no secret Titans want to pound ball at Broncos (Jeff Legwold, Titans (6-6) have failed to rush for 100 yards in just three games this season, and they are 0-3 in those games. So that just might be the line drawn in the natural grass of Nissan Stadium on Sunday.

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