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Horse Tracks: Can the Denver Broncos find their running legs?

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The Denver Broncos need to find their running game on offense. Gary Kubiak knows this, Peyton Manning knows this, hell, everyone knows this. The question is, can they or will they ever find their running game?

Heading into Cleveland to face the Browns 31st ranked run defense, it has to be now or never for the offensive line and running backs to figure out how to get the job done. Promoting Kapri Bibbs to the active roster sure gets local fans excited, but we're talking about a practice squad player here. Give him a shot, but if you expect him to be the next Terrell Davis you are kidding yourselves.

Although, I'm crossing my fingers and hoping I'm wrong. All I see today is another game the defense is going to have to win. It should be exciting to watch though!

Horse Tracks

Top 5 moments against the Browns - DenverBroncos.com
Take a look back at the Broncos top 5 moments against Cleveland Browns.

The commitment to special teams, formations and more - DenverBroncos.com
What has fueled the Broncos' special-teams improvement? Should the Broncos change personnel to get the running game going? Answers to those questions and more are in the Mailbag.

In the Zone with Coach Kubiak - Week 6 - DenverBroncos.com
Watch Head Coach Gary Kubiak's weekly show with KDVR FOX 31.

Bennie Fowler is the real deal | Mile High Sports
Cody Latimer who? Broncos fans were expecting Latimer to be the third wide receiver in trio with Demaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders.

No time for Broncos to run away from the issue - The Denver Post
This is no rush to judgment: If the Broncos can't rush for 150 yards in Cleveland on Sunday, they should lose, and don't belong among The Undefeateds.

Broncos can't run from their running problem - The Denver Post
Courage takes patience. And earmuffs. And blinders. Based on my e-mails, Broncos fans would rather eat shards of glass than watch the team remain committed to running the ball.

Shaquil Barrett has defied the odds to earn first Broncos start - The Denver Post
What a jump, or better yet quantum leap, by Broncos outside linebacker Shaquil Barrett. Last season, the former Colorado State star was a wide-eyed, happy-go-lucky practice squad player coming to work everyday eager to keep his dream alive of playing in the NFL.

Three Keys To Broncos Victory Over Browns - Mile High Huddle
The Denver Broncos are 5-0. But it sure doesn't feel like it, if you turn on the radio or television. The sky is falling, the sky is falling! I don't subscribe to that sentiment.

Denver Broncos have a concern with running back depth - ESPN
Take one struggling run game, add in a player on the practice squad with local ties who also happens to be a running back, and you have the recipe for a popular talking point among the Denver Broncos' faithful in recent days.

Shaquil Barrett has earned Broncos' faith with work ethic - ESPN
With Denver Broncos outside linebacker DeMarcus Ware officially out of this Sunday’s game in Cleveland because of a back injury, Shaquil Barrett will just have to keep doing what he’s done for the Broncos thus far.

Ways to improve AFC's worst rushing game - EndZoneScore.com
Coming into this season, the Denver Broncos were predicted to have a productive and efficient running game. New head coach Gary Kubiak arrived in Denver with a proven history of success with running backs, as both a head coach and offensive coordinator.

Ranking the NFL's top defensive front sevens so far this season - ESPN Insider
On Tuesday, Aaron Schatz counted down the best offensive lines through the first five weeks of the season using line metrics from Football Outsiders and ESPN Stats & Information. Today, we'll flip to the other side and look at which front sevens have been the best in the league so far.