Broncos’ Rushing Balance Makes For A Happy Offensive Line
November 25, 2014 6:59 AM
" CENTENNIAL, Colo. (CBS4) - What a difference 60 minutes of football makes.
The Denver Broncos’ offense, stumbling after two routs in three games including what some players dubbed an “embarrassing” loss to the St. Louis Rams, bounced back with a 39-36 win over the Miami Dolphins on Sunday.
And the Dolphins’ defense was not the JV squad. Entering Sunday’s game, Miami was second in team defense, giving up only 303 total yards per game, and was second in passing yards. They’d allowed just 180 points through 10 games, fourth-best in the NFL.
But the Broncos blew up that 18-point per-game average on Sunday.
It started with the running game. The Broncos rushed 35 times for 201 yards, including C.J. Anderson’s 167 yards and one touchdown.
“I definitely think we have the guys in place in order to make the running game successful on this team,” tackle Orlando Franklin said on Xfinity Monday Live "
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