Denver Broncos Beat Browns, Jump to 2-0
Wow! After a disappointing 2008 campaign and one of the worst defensive performances around, the Broncos were looking pretty dreadful. On top of this, their star quarterback, Jay Cutler, demanded a trade, and their star wide receiver, Brandon Marshall, refused to play. Swapping out Jay Cutler for Kyle Orton isn’t exactly appealing, and neither is losing Brandon Marshall without anyone else to fill his void.
The Broncos entered the season with a head coach barely old enough to play the game himself, and somehow they’ve strung together a nice first two weeks of football.
Sure, their first two opponents have been relatively easy ufabet สมัครผ่านมือถือ ones. The Browns at home is a game they should be expected to win, and the Bengals in Cincinnati? Well, usually one would see this as an easy one too, except for the fact that the Bengals just marched into Green Bay last Sunday and came away with an unexpected win. Maybe this team is better than people let on, and maybe the Broncos’ win in Cincinnati was more difficult than people believed it to be.
Regardless of the difficulty of opponents, the Broncos’ defensive prowess simply can’t be overlooked. In two games, the team has given up just 13 points. 8 quarters of football and 13 points is impressive no matter how you look at it, since a handful of teams have given that up in one quarter of football.
The team’s 27-6 win against the Cleveland Browns on Sunday was highlighted by a franchise-