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Broncos Meltdown in Greenbay

The Packers routed the Broncos 49 to 23. The main problems were the collapse of the Broncos defense, and turn overs.

Orton through an interception to Woodson in the first half for a pick 6.  Feels also had fumble which stalled another  drive. Tony Romo also had similar interception issues in their loss

to Detroit.

Eric Decker had two nice TD catches, but it wasn't enough. Rodgers exploited weak play at the Safety position

by  Dawkins and Moore. The TD pass to Jennings during the second Quarter and the opening drive of the third

quarter where Rogers scored a TD--ended Broncos hope of a comeback.

The Broncos are obviously not doing well this sesaon and this game showed the Broncos are not

 a playoff team right now.

Much of the reason for the collapse was the in the defensive secondary. Increasing the pass rush, and

getting Champ  Bailey back may help down the road.

Dennis Allen's defensive scheme has failed this week, and Allen needs to be held accountable.

Rodgers passed for 408 yards and 4 TDs. The Broncos pass rush was also lacking which allowed Rodgers to pick

them apart.

This is a Fan-Created Comment on MileHighReport.com. The opinion here is not necessarily shared by the editorial staff of MHR

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