5 Biggest Takeaways from Denver Broncos’ Preseason Game vs. Houston Texans

August 23, 2015   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Denver Broncos played their second game of the preseason against the Houston Texans on Saturday night. After falling behind in the second half, the Broncos were able to pull off the win. They beat the Texans 14-10 on Saturday night and are now undefeated through two weeks of the preseason.
The Broncos’ first-team offense totaled 81 yards (52 passing, 29 rushing) in four series in the first half. Denver’s average starting field position during those four drives was its own 14-yard line.
Peyton Manning played for the first time this preseason, and he reflected on the starters' performance after the game.
“We had some self-inflicted wounds that kept us from moving the chains and keeping the drives alive. When you only play four drives, it’s hard to overcome them.”
Here are the five biggest takeaways from the Broncos’ second preseason contest.
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