It wasn't much more than a month ago that I predicted that the Broncos' defensive line didn't have the talent needed for the transition they were making to the 3-4. In fact, I basically expected them to be a bust right from the start. Okay. So it's going to take more than one game to change my prediction, or at least to make me admit I was wrong, but even I'm not stubborn enough to see that the defense couldn't have played much better than they did on Sunday. In the first game of the Josh McDaniels era, Denver struggled to move the ball against the athletic Cincinnati defense. Other than Brandon Stokley's history making 87 yard touchdown reception in the final seconds, the Kyle Orton-led offense scored only six points through four quarters. So it's a very good thing that the Broncos' ...
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