Denver Broncos: Top 10 Defense/Special Teams Plays of 2016

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Continuing on the Top 10 Mini Series, I take a look at the top plays defensively and on special teams for the 2016 Denver Broncos season.

For the Denver Broncos defense, it was a tall task to repeat as the dominating unit that helped the franchise win its third Lombardi Trophy.

While the goal for the fourth trophy fell short, the defense continued to show why it is one of the most feared units in the NFL today.

The only area that this unit struggled in was the run defense. It was proven in a big way how much Malik Jackson and Danny Trevanthan were missed.

But there was no change from how the secondary for the Denver Broncos performed. The “No Fly Zone” continued to show teams that quarterback should not throw to the wide outs.

Aqib Talib, Chris Harris Jr., and Bradley Roby would put on a show every week.

Since the Broncos relied on their defense to win games, there are bound to be plenty of highlights for this unit.

With that said, I will now give you the second part in my mini series of Top 10 moments.

Without further ado, here are my top ten defensive and special teams moments of 2016.