Hopes Are High For Denver’s New Pass-Rush Tandem

June 12, 2014 10:03 PM

Hopes Are High For Denver’s New Pass-Rush Tandem
" ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — With Von Miller’s right knee on the mend and DeMarcus Ware’s right elbow feeling fine, Denver’s new pass-rushing partners are starting to fantasize about what kind of season they could have if they stay healthy.

Neither man will say how many sacks he’d like to collect individually.

As a tandem, that’s another story.

“Between two guys, we want to have as many sacks as one team,” Ware declared.

Last year, every NFL team collected at least 31 sacks.

Their aim is higher than that, though.

While emphasizing, “I really don’t have personal goals,” Ware said he’d love to be a part of the “tandem that was the best in the league ever.”

In 1989, Chris Doleman and Keith Millard of the Minnesota Vikings teamed up for an astonishing 39 sacks.

To get into the 30s, Miller and Ware are going to have to have nice bounce-backs from the worst seasons of their respective careers "

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