Biggest Takeaways from Denver Broncos’ Week 4 Win

October 5, 2015   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Denver Broncos continue on an undefeated streak to start the season. They have a 4-0 record after defeating the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday, 23-20.
The offense seemed to find balance in this contest. Quarterback Peyton Manning didn’t have to carry the load, as the ground game finally got on track. Running back Ronnie Hillman became the team’s first 100-yard rusher of the year with a 103-yard performance against the Vikings.
The defense continues to dominate and once again sealed victory for the Broncos. It compiled seven sacks on Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater, and a last-minute sack and forced fumble by strong safety T.J. Ward ended the game.
Head coach Gary Kubiak talked about how he feels with this undefeated start.
"I think we're improving in a lot of areas. We obviously need to protect the ball better, but I think we are improving. We improved today offensively running the ball. We had a new lineup up front, so I'm proud of the way those ...

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