After the first quarter ended, it appeared as though the Cleveland Browns were going to drive down the field for some points after a 15 yard facemask penalty by Malik Jackson. However, Aqib Talib had other ideas, picking off Josh McCown and taking it all the way to the house to put the Denver Broncos up 10-0.
The worst part of this game so far was Shane Ray going down to what looks to be a season ending injury. Not good.
Peyton Manning did put together another nice drive at the end of the half, but Brandon McManus missed his first field goal of the season. Unlike last year, there were none of these reactions.
McManus missed? Damn. pic.twitter.com/vfcgEvPtBf— Mushin (@MetalMushin) October 18, 2015
I think the Broncos players have confidence in McManus this year. The Browns get the ball first to start the second half, so its back to the No Fly Zone to continue the defensive domination here in Week 6.