Denver Broncos: Top 10 Offensive Plays of 2016 Season

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Kapri Bibbs
Nov 6, 2016; Oakland, CA, USA; Denver Broncos running back Kapri Bibbs (35) fields the kickoff in the end zone against the Oakland Raiders during the first quarter at Oakland Coliseum. Mandatory Credit: Neville E. Guard-USA TODAY Sports /

No. 2 – Bennie Fowler’s 76 yard touchdown reception

When you can make a Kansas City Chiefs secondary player look foolish on a pass like the one Siemian threw to Fowler, it is bound to create joy and laughter.

Leading 17-16 on the play that did draw some scrutiny, Siemain just sling shot a pass up to Bennie Fowler.

Phillip Gaines somehow got lost to where the ball was and Fowler was able to calmly catch the ball while backpedaling.

Before Gaines could even see where the ball was, the Broncos wide out was already turning on the Jets.

Sadly, the game could not go the Broncos way there.

No. 1 – Kapri Bibbs’ First NFL Touchdown

This was the best screen play the Denver Broncos executed during the 2016 season. And it involved a running back who spent most of his time on the practice squad.

Kapri Bibbs was an undrafted free agent out of Colorado State. I honestly believe that he can be something great in the future. And he showed it against the Raiders.

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A simple screen pass from Siemian, Bibbs turned into C.J. Anderson on the play.

He made move after move in the open field and with some help with the blocking was able to take the screen play to the end zone for his first career NFL touchdown.

Hope we get to see more of Bibbs going forward.

What was your favorite offensive play of 2016? Let me know in the comments below.