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Horse Tracks: Denver Broncos start 2015 season with a victory

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It's always nice to start the season off with a win, especially when you sit most of your star players only to see your back-up quarterback shred one of the leagues best defenses for two quarters. Brock Osweiler is beginning to instill confidence in those who have doubted him.

The Denver Broncos should have a good week of practice, because "going to work" is always easier after a win. Lots of news today covering the Broncos win, let's wallow in it together this morning!

Broncos Game News

Brock Osweiler leads Broncos to 22-20 victory - Mile High Report
Brock Osweiler led the Broncos to five scores on five drives, and Denver's defense tallied seven sacks as the Broncos propelled themselves past the Seahawks 22-20.

Instant reactions from Denver's 22-20 win - Mile High Report
The Broncos traveled northwest to face the Seattle Seahawks. How did we look for week 1 of the 2015 preseason?

Extended Highlights: Denver at Seattle
Denver Broncos defeat the Seattle Seahawks, 22-20, in their first preseason game.

How it Happened: At Seattle |
Follow along as we update you with highlights and game action from the Broncos preseason game against the Seahawks.

Anunike shines as defense dismantles Seahawks |
In his first game since a season-ending elbow injury last preseason, Anunike showed how well he's adjusted to playing 3-4 defensive end.

When it comes to Broncos' run game, there's a lot more to come - ESPN
There are few givens in the NFL, at least beyond the fact there are few givens in the league.

Big improvement lies more with defense than Manning's adjustment - Denver Post
The idea remains intriguing. Go back to the past to change the future. Use Gary Kubiak as the vehicle instead of a DeLorean time machine.

Broncos' defense, QB Brock Osweiler solid in Seattle - Denver Post
Playing without many of their starters in the preseason opener at Seattle, the Broncos' first 30 minutes of play wasn't pretty, but their defense propelled them to a 19-10 lead at the half.

Von Miller makes vintage entrance on Denver's defense vs. Seattle - Denver Post
Von Miller knows how to make an entrance. In the Broncos' preseason opener Friday night, Miller was one of the few veterans to take the field. And he needed all of 39 seconds to inflict some damage.

Broncos notes: Von, McManus, Siemian shine | 9NEWS
Von Miller was looking at film and didn't like what he saw. The tape showed himself from the Denver Broncos' third game of the 2014 season at Seattle. Miller didn't play a bad game. He had a first quarter sack of the Seahawks' elusive quarterback, Russell Wilson, and seven tackles overall.

Brock Osweiler, running game impress in Broncos' win | 9NEWS
There was something about the Denver Broncos' rushing attack here Friday night in the first half of their 22-20 defeat of the Seattle Seahawks in the preseason opener at CenturyLink Field that seemed innovative and refreshing -- and yet wonderfully nostalgic.

Osweiler leads 5 scoring drives, Broncos beat Seahawks 22-20 | USA Today
Brock Osweiler was composed and efficient, leading the Denver Broncos to scores on all five first-half possessions. An impressive effort, even if it came against a makeshift Seattle defense.

Osweiler leads 5 scoring drives, Broncos beat Seahawks 22-20 | FOX Sports
Brock Osweiler was composed and efficient, leading the Denver Broncos to scores on all five first-half possessions. An impressive effort, even if it came against a makeshift Seattle defense.

Young Broncos Impress In Seattle Victory - Mile High Huddle
The Broncos proved tonight that they might have a young roster, but it's tremendously deep, as they knocked off the Seahawks on the road 22-20.

Five Takeaways From Seahawks Preseason Opener vs Broncos |
OK, so that was a little sloppy. Even the best play of the day for the Seahawks in Friday night’s 22-20 loss to the Denver Broncos, a 103-yard kickoff return for a touchdown by Tyler Lockett, included a bit of comedy thanks to a sideline collision between Pete Carroll and field judge Eugene Hall.

3 Takeaways from the Broncos 22-20 win over the Seahawks - Field Gulls
The newest edition of the Super Bowl XLVIII rematch was lacking in offensive firepower, but still had some exciting performances when all was said and done.

Horse Tracks

Roster analysis following win vs. Seahawks | Predominantly Orange
Brock Osweiler looked really solid. He finished the game 15-20 with a touchdown pass. There were some mis-fires, there was a greedy throw or two, but for the most part, Osweiler was very good.

John Bowlen's attorney requests more time to review domestic violence case - Denver Post
The attorney for John Bowlen, the 29-year-old son of Broncos owner Pat Bowlen, was given more time to review Bowlen's domestic violence case at a Friday morning pretrial conference in Arapahoe County District Court.

Kansas City Chiefs set to dethrone Denver Broncos in AFC West -
The Kansas City Chiefs are better than you think. Yes, they're coming off a 9-7 playoff-less season in which they lost four of their last six games. Yes, their quarterback is often derided as a game manager. Yes, they play in the same division as one of the best quarterbacks of all time in Peyton Manning, whose Denver Broncos have won the AFC West four years running. But I see big things for this team in 2015.

Tim Tebow brings Tebowmania through Philadelphia - The Denver Post
When Tim Tebow completes a pass or takes off running with the football, fans watching the Philadelphia Eagles practice cheer loudly and reporters quickly post about it on social media.

Cowboys OL La'el Collins is decimating defenders -
Collins unleashed a ferocious block in Dallas' first preseason game Thursday night, and reminded everyone how talented he is.

FILM STUDY: What we saw from the Chargers offense - Bolts From The Blue
Breaking down all six of the San Diego Chargers first-team offensive plays from last night's win over the Dallas Cowboys in great detail.

FILM STUDY: What we saw from the Chargers defense - Bolts From The Blue
The San Diego Chargers first team defense wasn't on the field for very long last night, but here's what we saw when they were out there.