Bradley Roby, CB
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Over the course of the first three games of the season, it didn’t exactly appear as though Bradley Roby was playing for a new contract at the end of the season. He wasn’t finishing plays on the back end of coverage and gave up 15 receptions on 18 targets into his coverage in the first three games.
Against the Chiefs, Roby played inspired football.
He allowed three receptions for 24 yards on eight targets into his coverage and also had a pass breakup.
Roby’s performance in this game really helped set the tone for a secondary that looked much-improved over the first 55 minutes of the game and really shut down Patrick Mahomes for an entire half of football.
Roby’s play, specifically, was a highlight because the Broncos had not seen him take over like this yet in 2018. He helped limit Tyreek Hill significantly in this game and did a phenomenal job.
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