But Bowles added that it's impossible to know if Petty can thrive as a starter, especially in a tough road setting like New Orleans.
"I did some self-study this week to see how I could improve my game", Marshall said.
For a rare change, the Broncos were better than their opponent on third down, fourth down, red zone and goal to go-all crucial areas in determining success. Both of those teams' numbers are pretty mediocre but there's no denying the fact that Denver's are slightly better. The four times Denver's had more rushing attempts, they've won. All things considered, USA sportsbook players will be better off taking the Broncos straight up rather than betting on the Colts to snap their current losing streak. Thirteen teams held opponents to two passing first downs in the seven years that followed - including the Broncos against the Chiefs on December 30, 2012 - but none had limited a team to a single first down. It's time to draft a first round quarterback. "I didn't do it in high school or college, so it is a new thing to me but I think I'm learning", said Taylor, who is averaging 12.4 yards with 85 yards on seven punt returns. "He was aggressive. He was aggressive on early downs yesterday, so we had a lot of success stopping the run. It was fun to see those guys coach that well yesterday". With three weeks left in the season, the Broncos have already been eliminated from playoff competition. Not only did they look absolutely bad on offense, they looked surprisingly weak on defense against one of the horrific Denver Broncos offense led by human pick machine, Trevor Siemian. So the natural question arises, why did it take until Week 14 for all of the "excellent" coaching to come together? Now, I'm not so sure. "It's been a long time coming to try to find a plan that worked and to play so cleanly". "Not giving the ball away, it starts there". Letting the time run out and taking a knee at that point is inexcusable.
5 things we learned from Bills OT win over Colts
The inactive status of Reilly will disappoint some fans who were hoping he could inject some life into the sagging passing game. Vinatieri and the Colts did complete the extra point, tying the Bills at 7, and sending the battle into overtime.
"It seemed like we figured out ways to beat ourselves week in and week out, and we knew that before we could beat anybody else, we had to stop beating ourselves", general manager John Elway said on Orange and Blue radio Monday. "We were plus-two in turnovers, the field position". Most teams have been at the mid-field starting on against our defense.
Along with field position, the results of the game were flipped as well, thanks to the players playing better and, potentially just as important, the coaches coaching better.