Only time will tell how much the 2009 Broncos Defense has improved. But one thing is clear—this year's D is markedly improved over the last couple of years.
I realize that the Cincinnati Bengals won't remind anyone of the 2007 Patriots. But with a healthy Carson Palmer and the offensive weapons they have, I would expect them to have a respectable production this season. They should likely be in the top 10 offenses by the end of the year. Sunday, they scored 31 points against the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field to beat them 31-24—not too bad, in my opinion.
Last week, the Broncos held the Bengals' offense scoreless for the better part of four quarters. Granted, the Bengals made several mistakes that may have prevented a sco ...
Read Full Article at Bleacher Report - NFL
Article written by Larry Wallace