Broncos MVPs from week 10 loss to Las Vegas Raiders

Bryce Callahan, Denver Broncos (Photo by Chris Unger/Getty Images)
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Bryce Callahan, Denver Broncos
Bryce Callahan, Denver Broncos (Photo by Sean M. Haffey/Getty Images) /

1. Bryce Callahan, CB

Bryce Callahan has done a great job this season of silencing all of the Broncos fans who were brutal towards him in 2019 for not being able to play because of a foot injury.

Callahan has been even better than Broncos Country anticipated in some respects. He has played both outside and inside as a defensive back for the Broncos, showing well in both spots when asked to do so.

It’s been rather surprising that Callahan, despite being a smaller cornerback, has played so well as an outside corner.

Against the Raiders, he played one of his better overall games to date for the Broncos and showed off his playmaking ability in coverage.

The Broncos have a keeper in Callahan, someone who is obviously a great fit with Vic Fangio and has established himself as one of the best players on the Denver defense.