Detractors of the Denver Broncos' early-season success have a little less to chew on today, after Sunday's 17-10 victory over the visiting Dallas Cowboys. A team given a little bit of credit, and a healthy dose of "yeah, but" from its critics over a 3-0 start, the Broncos needed to show they were capable of winning against one of the NFL's upper-echelon teams. Wins over Cincinnati, Cleveland, and Oakland, with resounding defense leading the way, had done little to sway many experts into thinking that Denver's success could carry over into the toughest part of its schedule. With those teams possessing suspect offenses, some doubt could be rightfully cast.á Until now. Denver took on the league's top-rated rushing attack, and limited it to just 74 yards (the Cowboys came in averaging over 19 ...
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