Pending the results of a defensive struggle between the Chargers and Raiders (laughs out loud) the Denver Broncos (1-0) will return home to face the Cleveland Browns (0-1) tied for second in the NFL in defense. Yes everyone, you read that right: Defense. Inversely, Cleveland comes to the Mile High City tied for third worst in the NFL in scoring defense after surrendering 34 points to the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday, 21 of which came on rushing touchdowns by Mr. All Day himself, Adrian Peterson. The Broncos are in need of an offensive explosion, or maybe just a little pop after Sunday's performance in which the Broncos were only able to obtain 10 first downs. Against the Browns, the Broncos are facing a seemingly improved pass defense and a run defense that, well, was flat out embarrassed b ...
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