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Denver Broncos top 5 offensive plays through ten games

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The Bye Week is over, but we have enough time for a few Top 5 lists before we all get back into the regular season grind.

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Despite the poor offensive output through ten games, there have been some highlight reels for the Denver Broncos on offense at times. Going through all of their ten games so far this season, these were the Top 5 plays in those games.

5. Jordan Taylor with some sunshine in the end zone

The Broncos were going to need some offense if they were going to have a chance to beat Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints on the road. They got some early when Jordan Taylor made this circus catch in the end zone to get things going in a big road game.

4. Andy Janovich grows his legend with first NFL carry

When it’s third and short, give it to Andy Janovich. For whatever reason, the Broncos just don’t do this much despite this Week 1 promise. Janovich took the carry not one yard, but 28 yard and a touchdown. I wish we had this offense around still...

3. Demaryius Thomas shows off his anti-drop skills

I’m going back to the Saints game where Demaryius Thomas had multiple one-handed catches and was in total beast mode all game. His eight catch, 87 yard performance was capped by this touchdown grade late against coverage that could not have been any better.

2. Kapri Bibbs takes short screen pass to the house

This could be the best individual effort in any game of the year, but it came when the Broncos were already beaten and the touchdown only made the score look a little less bad. That said, Kapri Bibbs took this screen pass to the house with plenty of broken tackles and great vision.

1. Emmanuel Sanders adjusts to ball for 41-yard touchdown

Trevor Siemian had a couple of highlight-worthy go routes against the Cincinnati Bengals, but this one was the most impressive as Emmanuel Sanders adjusted to a ball that was a bit underthrown to avoid the double coverage. He made the catch and put the Bengals on notice in that game. They didn’t get the memo as it wouldn’t be the first bomb Siemian threw that day.

So what do you think, Broncos Country? Any plays more worth that we left out?