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Lack of big plays sinks Broncos vs. Rams

by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(11/17/14) The Broncos defense held up well in Week 11 against the Rams, but got little help from the offense in a 22-7 loss.

The Broncos limited the Rams to 337 yards of total offense, but were on the field for nearly 36 minutes of gametime, as the Rams racked up late field goals to extend the lead. The Broncos held them to no touchdowns in the red zone, with the only Rams touchdown coming on a 62-yard pass to Kenny Britt. The Broncos were hurt by a lack of big players of their own, as they failed to force a turnover and ended up with three sacks in the loss.

The Broncos's DST unit finished the game with just 5 Fantasy points, their third game in single digits over the last four. They will look to bounce back in Week 12 against the Dolphins.  

Broncos DST picked apart in blowout

by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(11/3/14) The Broncos DST unit simply couldn't keep up with the Patriots offense in Week 9, in a 43-21 loss.

The Broncos, who had at least eight Fantasy points in six of their first seven games, were outmatched Sunday. They finished the game with three Fantasy points on the strength of one interception and one sack, however Tom Brady had his way with them otherwise. The Patriots offense racked up 398 yards of total offense in the blowout.

The Broncos ran right into Brady at the height of his powers this season, so expectations weren't too high for their value as a DST unit. They should bounce back nicely in Week 10, however, with the Raiders on the schedule. 

Broncos DST beginning to stand out

by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer
(10/20/14) After back-to-back standout performances against the Cardinals (who didn't have their starting quarterback at the time) and the Jets (who haven't had a starting quarterback in ages), the Broncos defense kept the ball rolling in Week 7, only this time against a 49ers team that had just hung 31 on the Rams in Week 6.

The Broncos limited Colin Kaepernick and company to 17 points on 310 yards, recording one interception and a season-high six sacks, including three by DeMarcus Ware and two by Von Miller. They've now allowed an average of 18.0 points on 243.0 yards over their last three games, recording a total of 13 sacks.

Because the Broncos are so good offensively, you might expect them to play a soft defense that doesn't sweat yardage surrendered in garbage time, but that hasn't been the case. The Broncos haven't allowed 400 yards in a game since Week 1 against the Colts, and they have yet to allow more than 26 points in a game.

The Broncos DST is looking like the kind you can play in Fantasy even when the matchup is less than favorable. Week 8 against San Diego might be pushing it a bit, though. If you don't want to roster two DSTs, you shouldn't feel like you have to make a change, but the Broncos DST may not project as a top-12 unit for that matchup.

Broncos DST makes most of matchup

by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer
(10/13/14) One week after allowing a season-low 215 yards to the Cardinals, the Broncos outdid themselves Week 6 at the Jets, allowing just 204 yards and 17 points, which equaled a season low.

It was the kind of performance that was expected to some degree given the Jets' struggles this season. They've now allowed the fifth-most Fantasy points per game to DSTs this season.

The biggest play for the Broncos defense was a 22-yard interception return by Aqib Talib late in the fourth quarter. It was their first touchdown on the defensive side of the ball this season. They also recovered a fumble and recorded a season-high four sacks.

Obviously, the Broncos have benefited from good matchups the last two weeks, but they have enough playmakers on the defensive side of the ball for their DST to remain a factor Week 7 against San Francisco. It's not a must-start Fantasy unit, but it's a serviceable one.

Broncos take advantage of Cardinals' weakness

by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer
(10/6/14) Already without their starting quarterback, the Cardinals played most of the second half without their backup Week 5 at Denver when Drew Stanton went down with concussion-like symptoms early in the third quarter. The Broncos DST took advantage, not only limiting the Cardinals to 20 points on 215 yards but also recording three sacks.

The 215 yards were 165 better than their previous season best. The three sacks tied a season high.

The Broncos DST has forced only three turnovers this season, but it's been a steady Fantasy unit otherwise. It could be in for its best performance of the season Week 6 at the Jets, who were just shut out by the Chargers in Week 5.

 
 
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