The Denver Broncos put together a phenomenal all-around performance against the Redskins in week three of the preseason. Who were the top players?
The Denver Broncos took on the Washington Redskins in week three of the preseason, which is every team’s dress rehearsal for the regular season.
The Broncos have progressed substantially from the first game of the preseason against the Vikings up to this point, and we’re really starting to see signs of the progress that has been made over the course of the offseason with Case Keenum leading the charge at quarterback.
As a matter of fact, as disastrous as the first half was against the Vikings in week one of the preseason, it’s almost hard to believe the team on the field for the Broncos Friday night against the Redskins is the same crew in general.
The Broncos ended up winning the game 29-17, but by the time most of the players who will be actually contributing to this year’s roster had left the game, they were up 29-10.
The starting unit left the game at halftime with a 17-3 lead and a nice stoppage of the Redskins’ two-minute drill attempt at the end of the first half.
When was the last time the Broncos stopped an Alex Smith-led offense?
It’s been a while.
There were a lot of positives to take from Friday night’s game. Let’s take a look at some of the top individual performers for the Broncos.