Adjustments Denver Broncos Must Make to Remain Super Bowl Front-Runners

October 29, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

At 7-1, the Denver Broncos no longer have the best record in the AFC. In fact, they don't even have the best record in their own division.
That distinction belongs to the undefeated Kansas City Chiefs. Still, the Broncos have to be considered one of the favorites to reach the Super Bowl, based largely on their high-powered offense.
So how do they stay that way? Will the team that the Broncos have put on the field in the last two weeks against Indianapolis and Washington overcome the best that the NFL has to offer? Probably not.
Denver has a bye coming up in Week 9, and it comes at an opportune time. It gives the team a chance to improve upon its deficiencies.
Here are five areas where the Broncos can make adjustments. If they do, a trip to the Super Bowl is within reach.
Play a More Consistent First Half
The Broncos have ended up on the right side of some very lopsided games this season. However, they seem to struggle getting out of the startin...

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