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2-4, 3rd in AFC West
Will Joe Flacco light it up against the Chiefs on Thursday night? (1:08)
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Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

Derek Wolfe went on to describe what teams are doing to Von Miller in the pass rush since Bradley Chubb's injury: "A chip is just like a blindside hit, basically, he's not looking and he's going to get hit in the ribs, hit in the back, there's no rules in there, they get to do whatever they want.... They're going to take away the inside move, the outside move, where you supposed to go?''

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

The Broncos had seven sacks against the Titans Sunday, their most in a game since the Super Bowl season of 2015. Linebacker Von Miller had a 1/2-sack in that barrage while Alexander Johnson had 1.5 sacks as DeMarcus Walker and Derek Wolfe each had two sacks. But Wolfe described what life is like for Miller without Bradley Chub in the lineup: "They're going to slide the center, guard, tackle to him, they're going to being a running back or a tight end and chip him.''

Harris puts Allen trash talk to bed, ready for Tyreek Hill (0:21)
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Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

Broncos cornerback Chris Harris Jr. said after Sunday's game he told Champ Bailey that he would give Bailey the ball from his interception against the Titans — it was Harris' 20th career interception.

Broncos cap off shutout with pick of Tannehill (0:31)
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Lindsay spins into the end zone for a Broncos TD (0:18)
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Mariota gets benched after throwing 2 INTs (0:37)
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Byard picks Flacco's pass off Fant's back (0:19)
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Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

Broncos wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders, who played throughout the first half, has been ruled out of the second half with a knee injury.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

Broncos lead, 6-0, at halftime as the Broncos and Titans are a combined 1-of-15 on third down (the Broncos were 1-of-8) and the two teams have combined for 11 punts. The Broncos do get the ball to open the second half.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

Broncos will start Davontae Harris at cornerback against the Titans, opposite of Chris Harris Jr. Coach Vic Fangio had said at one point in the past week it would either be Harris or Isaac Yiadom in the lineup after De'Vante Bausby went to injured reserve. Asked this week what it would take for Yiadom to get some playing time back, coach Fangio simply said: "Play penalty free.'' Harris replaced Yiadom in last Sunday's win over the Chargers after Yiadom was penalized twice.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

After Friday's practice Broncos coach Vic Fangio was asked if CB Coty Sensabaugh's experience would help get him ready to play even though he was just signed this past week. Fangio said: It does, but it's still a curve. The guy just got here three days ago. It's more of a curve on the nuances. Every defense that everybody plays, there are some similarities but there are different nuances and we're just going to have to fight through that.”

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

For the Broncos CB Duke Dawson (foot) did some on-field work earlier today and it was clear he would not play against the Titans. Dawson limped back to the locker room after he finished. It means Coty Sensabaugh, who was signed earlier this week, is in uniform for today's game.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

Broncos inactives: T Calvin Anderson, CB Bryce Callahan, CB Duke Dawson, TE Troy Fumagalli, DE Adam Gotsis, T Ja'Wuan James, WR Juwann Winfree.

Ric Tapia via AP
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Elway: No Broncos on trade block despite slump

Broncos president of football operations and general manager John Elway shut down rumors of players being on the trading block and said the team is still trying to win games.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

Friday night, at a stadium event for Champ Bailey and the team's top 100 players, Broncos president of football operations/general manager John Elway that none of the team's marquee players are on the trading block. He said: "We're trying to win football games so no one from our side is on the trading block. We're going to continue to try to win football games."

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

And on the prospect he now will replace his 2000 Dodge pickup after signing a new deal, Janovich said: "I'll probably hang on to that awhile.''

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Team Stats

Passing Yards220.223rd
Rushing Yards116.014th
Points For17.7
Points Against17.7