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Good morning, Broncos Country!

It was a big day in the NFL yesterday as several teams are finding form and getting hot right now - Cowboys, Patriots, Bills, Redskins, Chiefs - while several are not - Panthers, Colts, 49ers, Steelers and Packers.

As we look back at the Broncos’ early wins against the Panthers, Colts and Bengals - teams that are not showing up to the party as of late - it’s time for Gary Kubiak and the Broncos to find their own form as our schedule is only going to get tougher.

What do you think Broncos Country - which teams coming up worry you the most...Texans? Raiders? Saints?

Maybe no one but the Patriots, but some of those prolific offenses are going to stretch our defense if our own offense can’t stay on the field longer than three plays.

So let’s forget about Monday Morning Quarterback and play Monday Morning Coach to talk about what you would do to turn this team around this week - on offense, on defense, on special teams!

Horse Tracks

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Mike Sherman, Von Miller's former college coach, on the Super Bowl MVP's evolution
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Kiszla: Let's make a deal: Cowboys get Trevor Siemian. Broncos get Tony Romo.
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One of the qualities Pete Carroll is most proud of when it comes to the Seahawks is that they are difficult to put away. They proved why again Sunday.

Frank Gore first running back for Indianapolis Colts to break 100-yard rushing mark in game since 2012
Colts running back Frank Gore broke 100 yards -- twice -- in the team's 26-23 OT loss to the Houston Texans, becoming the first Colts rusher to top the century mark since the 2012 season.

Julio Jones of Atlanta Falcons takes issue with crucial no-call of Richard Sherman play
Atlanta receiver Julio Jones was adamant that Richard Sherman's defensive move on the Falcons' final play Sunday should have been flagged for interference.

Pittsburgh Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger will undergo surgery on torn left meniscus; timetable uncertain
Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger has a torn meniscus in his left knee and will have surgery Monday morning, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has to start Dak Prescott over Tony Romo - NFL 2016
The fans see it. The owner knows it. Trusting it is the next step for the Cowboys as the decision to stick with the rookie over Tony Romo should have already been made.

New York Giants receiver Odell Beckham Jr. has career day but thankful late penalty didn't cost team game
An early fumble and a late unsportsmanlike conduct penalty couldn't spoil Odell Beckham Jr.'s career day -- 222 yards, two TDs -- as the Giants held off the Ravens 27-23.

Cam Newton in no mood to talk following loss to Saints - NFL.com
Much like following Super Bowl 50, Cam Newton was in no mood to talk to reporters Sunday. What do we make of the Panthers quarterback's latest short news conference?

Osweiler leads comeback to send Texans past Colts - NFL.com
Brock Osweiler rebounded from a poor start to lead three consecutive scoring drives and Nick Novak kicked a 33-yard field goal in overtime to send the Texans (4-2) past the Colts (2-4).