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Five Lessons from the Broncos Game
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Here are five lessons we learned from Thursday’s thrilling 27-20 win over the Denver Broncos.
“I think these last three games, we have really tried to get better and we’ve really stressed the way we play in the back end. If we play together, communicate and get lined up, we can play with anyone, in our minds. We have played well these last three weeks and that is because we are confident and we are gelling at the right time.”
“Philip gave me the ball pretty quick so I was able to get my head around it. I saw green grass and the touchdown and two defenders in front of me. It was all a mindset. I wasn’t going to be denied.”
“He’s just getting downhill. He’s being very clear and concise with his cuts and just making it happen. He knows where he wants to go and he’s getting there in a hurry. It all starts up front, and he’s doing a hell of a job.”
“Corey's play is a perfect example of when you play snap to whistle, good things are going to happen. They have a double on him and he splits it to keep fighting and as Peyton goes to throw he hits it. It's all about effort. A lot of the game is your attitude, your mindset and the effort of playing until the whistle blows every game.”
“We have a big game coming up next Sunday at home against the Raiders. We need all the fans there. They have been great all year at home. We always talk about the players having the best game of the year; well we need the best support of the year. We need to get them out there and be as loud as possible. I think coming off this win really should energize our fans. We're looking forward to a full house to get it going.”
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