View Full Version : Broncos will need a better red-zone defensive effort against the Dolphins

Denver Native (Carol)
10-21-2011, 12:28 PM
Tim Tebow​ making the start Sunday in Miami and the Dolphins' decision to use that day to honor one of Tebow's University of Florida national championship teams has overshadowed other things about Sunday's affair.

One of which is what the Broncos do when they don't have the ball and Tebow isn't in the game. The Broncos surrendered 190 yards rushing in one of their games, and opposing quarterbacks have thrown for at least 300 yards in the other four.

That's not the kind of defensive posture the team is looking for.

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10-21-2011, 12:51 PM
This team is bad on both sides of the ball. Special teams is the only bright spot.

10-21-2011, 01:20 PM
I only see Marshall as the threat in the redzone for the Fins. And I believe our offense will start putting up more TD's now that Tebow will be able to sustain drives and punch it in from the 5 yard line with his legs.
Also Willis is coming on strong these last couple of games.

10-21-2011, 01:58 PM
we have the ability to make reggie bush a superstar on sunday......
let's hope Tebow continues to make the rest of the team play better.
gonna need a solid effort on both sides of the ball to get Denvers 1st win in miami against the dolphina's:salute:

10-21-2011, 01:59 PM
MO....lets see how this spark does this Sunday. maybe they both will play better.