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Good morning, Broncos Country!

When we created the Orange Rush shirt, we knew there was potential.

After all, it pays homage to the Orange Crush with a modern twist. When the Denver Broncos were able to pair Bradley Chubb and Von Miller, the Orange Rush was born. What makes it even better is how comfortable the shirt is.

Never has the Orange Rush been more relevant than it is right now. Chubb (nine sacks) and Miller (10) are the top sacking duo in the NFL heading into Week 12.

Start your Black Friday shopping now with the Orange Rush shirt for the Broncos fan(s) in your life — or for yourself. Now on sale for $15, and, when you use the promo code BFSAVE15 at checkout you’ll save an extra 15 percent. You also can use the code for all of the Denver collection for the awesome Colorado Rockies and Denver Nuggets shirts.

For Denver to keep its playoff hopes alive this Sunday, the Orange Rush will need to hit, pressure and sack Ben Roethlisberger as much as possible. Or as Adam Malnati said on the MHR Radio Podcast, Roethlisberger needs Chubb in his face the whole game. In the last five games, Chubb and Miller have each recorded at least half a sack. If they do that again Sunday, they’ll become the first NFL teammates to have simultaneous six-game sack streaks. It’s just more reason to rock this badass shirt.

We knew there was potential for this duo to be special, but the rise of the Orange Rush has exceeded expectations.

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