The defensive performance hasn't always been perfect this season, but if there's one area in which the Broncos have been more than solid, it's against the run game. Through 13 weeks, the Broncos allow the second fewest yards per carry of any team in the NFL. If they can continue that sort of effort again today, they'll be in good position to earn a win against Matt Forte and the New York Jets.Forte has battled a knee injury this season and hasn't been the same sort of home-run threat he was last year for the Jets. That injury seems to finally be healing, though, and Forte may be able to make a late-season push for New York. Alongside Bilal Powell and Elijah McGuire, Forte helps fuel the unit on which the offense relies. And if healthy, he can be the type of player on which the defense must key.Linebacker Todd Davis will be just one of the Denver players instrumental in slowing down the Jets' running game. The 25-year-old, who has started 10 games for the Broncos this season, has tallied 54 tackles and several key stops for the unit. If he can provide the same sort of effort, the Broncos will be in good position to continue their success that's spanned most of the season. And if that's the case, the Jets may be forced to throw the ball more than they would like. Against the "No-Fly Zone," that's a recipe for Denver success.