Broncos reveal few flaws through three weeks

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Broncos reveal few flaws through three weeks

‘I hope we do a lot of improving,’ coach says
Denver is 3-0, ranked No. 1 in The Associated Press’ power rankings, and its offense has hummed through its undefeated turn through the start of this season. But if the Broncos are nitpicking, rookie running back Montee Ball dropped a fumble in the second consecutive game. “Like a lot of things at this time, you remember some of the negatives,” head coach John Fox said.
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John Fox offered no updates on DBs Duke Ihenacho and Tony Carter, both of whom left Monday’s game with ankle injuries, other than to say “nothing serious.” ... Fox said the story that the running backs played “Rock, Paper, Scissors” to see who would get the carry near the goal line with Denver ahead 30-14 in the fourth quarter was hogwash. Ronnie Hillman got the carry and the 1-yard touchdown: “That’s just little stuff people like (to say) to get on TV,” he said. “Ronnie Hillman was going back in the game. Ronnie was running the ball. We decide that, not them.” ... After gaining 536 yards against the Raiders, the Broncos are ranked first in the league in total offense.

Broncos reveal few flaws through three weeks

Denver is 3-0, ranked No. 1 in The Associated Press’ power rankings, and its offense has hummed through its undefeated turn through the start of this season. But if the Broncos are nitpicking, rookie running back Montee Ball dropped a fumble in the second consecutive game. “Like a lot of things at this time, you remember some of the negatives,” head coach John Fox said.
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