The Squeeze: Terrell Davis and Broncos Halloween

Good afternoon, #BroncosCountry –

It's game day! The battle of the undefeated commences at 6:30 p.m. MST, so in the meantime, here are three storylines to get caught up on, starting with T.D.:

1. A look back at Davis' dominate Super Bowl performance

In celebration of Super Bowl 50, NFL Media's Elliot Harrison is looking back at big moments in the 19 Super Bowl rematches this regular season. For this weekend, he reflected on Super Bowl XXXII, when the Broncos topped the Packers, 31-24.

But more specifically, Harrison explores the 'one-man show', Terrell Davis. Davis was an absolute force in the 1997 playoffs. The Super Bowl game may be most remembered for John Elway's helicopter run, but Davis walked off the field a champion and the Super Bowl MVP.

*Davis was, and would continue to develop as, a big-money player. In contests the Broncos had to have, Davis was the elixir for all that failed, averaging 142.5 rushing yards per game in career postseason contests. *

Read more about the 'one-man show' here.

2. Broncos' kiddos celebrate Halloween

WR Emmanuel Sanders' son Princeton celebrated his first Halloween – and he's still working on his trick-or-treating approach:

Evan Mathis' daughter Ila dressed up as Jasmine for her trick-or-treating excursion

WR Andre Caldwell's daughter dressed up as Minnie Mouse

Happy Halloween!! From my little Minnie Mouse @perfectlyniche

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