Posted by ESPN.com's Bill Williamson
DENVER -- Random thoughts from Denver's 16-13 win over Tampa Bay:
The Denver pass protection is terrific. The Tampa Bay pass defense, which is strong, never got close to Denver quarterback Jay Cutler. Denver has allowed just two sacks all season.
Sunday's score was the exact result of Denver's win at Tampa Bay in 2004, the last time these two teams played.
Denver's high-flying offense had just one play over 20 yards, a 33-yard reception by tight end Tony Scheffler.
Denver's offense didn't commit a turnover against Tampa Bay. It was credited with four turnovers against Kansas City in last week's loss.
The Broncos have scored in 250 consecutive games. It's the longest active streak in the NFL.
The Broncos are going for their 400th all-time win next week against Jacksonville.
Denver coach Mike Shanahan became the 17th coach to win 150 career games.