Broncos Insist Things Don’t Lighten Up Now

October 23, 2012 7:34 AM

Broncos Insist Things Don’t Lighten Up Now
" ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) – The Denver Broncos made it through their treacherous front-loaded schedule undeterred if not unscathed.

Of Denver’s 10 remaining games, just one is against a winning team, and that’s the reeling Baltimore Ravens, who don’t look so imposing with Ray Lewis and Lardarius Webb on injured reserve.

Still, the Broncos (3-3) bristle at the notion that things lighten up for them now that Houston, Atlanta and New England are in their rearview mirror.

“Oh, it’s still tough,” safety David Bruton said. “We’ve got the Saints this week. We’ve still got another playoff team next week with the Bengals. I mean, it doesn’t seem to get any easier. We still play top competition each week.”

The Saints have won two straight after losing their first four games by a combined 20 points. Assistant head coach Joe Vitt returns from his suspension this week and will lead the Saints in Sean Payton’s absence the rest of the season.

“Kind of like Coach (John) Fox said, you don’t have to worry too much about their record when you look at the tape,” tight end Jacob Tamme said "

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