Obviously the passing attack isn't where it needs to be but we have played some good defensive teams early on in Buffalo, Miami and the Broncos. The two teams with no so good defenses we played very well against, Bengals and Jets. The passing attack will come around and I expect that to be sooner rather than later. By season's end this group of WR's will be respected and the passing game a strength.
PS - We are the only team to score a TD vs the Broncos this year.
Broncos | Team has allowed one touchdown through five games
Sun, 15 Oct 2006 20:23:41 -0700
The Associated Press reports the Denver Broncos have not allowed a touchdown in three home games this year after the team defeated the Oakland Raiders 13-3 Week 6. The Broncos are the first NFL team since 1940 to start off a season with only one touchdown allowed through five games.
Re: Passing attack
I agree. The chemistry w/ the new WRs will continue to develop. I'm more concerned w/ NE's ability to stop big passing attacks, and if the Cincy game as an indication then we should be in good shape.
Basically if the secondary holds up, sky's the limit.
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