Nov 30, 2014; Kansas City, MO, USA; Denver Broncos defensive end DeMarcus Ware (94) and outside linebacker Brandon Marshall (54) sack Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith (11) in the second half at Arrowhead Stadium. Denver won the game 29-16. Mandatory Credit: John Rieger-USA TODAY Sports
What do the Denver Broncos have in store next?
For the fourth straight week, Denver faces another impressive defense in the Buffalo Bills. It is no doubt the biggest test for the Broncos offensive line this season.
The Bills have the fifth ranked defense in the NFL, allow an impressive 18.1 points per game and have compiled 48 sacks. Rest assured Buffalo defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz made his defense watch the St. Louis Rams defense and what it did against the Denver offense.
The Broncos offensive line will have to play its best of game of the season. That Buffalo front seven is the best in football and it will attack Peyton Manning up the middle and the edges. That means the running game and C.J. Anderson will have to produce and setup the passing game.
The Denver defense must force Bills quarterback Kyle Orton to play like Kyle Orton: pressure him and he makes mistakes. (By the way, if you go to the game on Sunday, chant “Tebow” when Orton is on the field).
With four games left in the season, or as coach John Fox calls it, “The last quarter,” it would seem the Broncos are playing their best. Will that continue against Buffalo?
Here are the five Denver players to watch this Sunday at Mile High.