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3-0, 1st in AFC West
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Broncos' defense looks awfully familiar...

Through three weeks, Denver's D has posted very similar numbers to last year's group. Though the Broncos have allowed a few more points per game, they've also gotten to QBs more frequently.

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Trevor Siemian with shades of Manning

Yes, the seventh-round pick put up numbers on par with Peyton Manning, the man he's replacing, on Sunday. Only Manning (three times) and Charley Johnson have posted four passing TDs and no INTs on the road in Broncos history.

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Are the Broncos, Siemian here to stay?

Many doubted Denver as a contender because of its QB, but Sunday proved Trevor Siemian isn't terrible, Mike Sando writes. The Broncos' winning formula is carrying over from 2015. Can surprise teams keep it up? (Insider)

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Does Matthew Berry trust Emmanuel Sanders? (1:22)

Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer 

QB Trevor Siemian and the Broncos beat the Bengals blitz scheme twice on Sunday with outside double-moves for touchdowns. The first one over the top to Emmanuel Sanders came on the out and up with the second score to Demaryius Thomas on the stutter and go. Two different routes/stems, but the same exact concept --seven-man protection with front side dig routes (square-ins).That gave the Broncos and Siemian time for the double-moves to develop with the receivers winning one-on-one matchups.

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Broncos' defense still the league's best?

Denver's D looks as good as last year's, especially after Shane Ray racked up three sacks in place of DeMarcus Ware on Sunday. But Bill Barnwell thinks one other unit is just a bit better. Stacking the best defenses

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Matthew Berry's fantasy world turned upside down (1:52)
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Young quarterbacks keep momentum in Week 3 (1:25)
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Sanders, Kubiak break down long TD

Emmanuel Sanders and the Broncos' passing game took flight in the second quarter on Sunday, as Sanders got loose for a 41-yard TD. Listen to the wideout and head coach Gary Kubiak describe the play. Field's-eye view

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Trevor Siemian found success targeting Emmanuel Sanders Sunday, throwing two of his four touchdown passes to Sanders after throwing two interceptions targeting him in the first two weeks of the season. Sanders had 11 targets in the first half alone, the most first-half targets for any player in a game this season.

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Siemian credits his team's toughness (0:43)
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Siemian not just a place holder at QB for Broncos (0:51)
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Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

Any thought Trevor Siemian was just holding the Broncos quarterback spot for someone else was dispelled with 312 yards passing and four touchdowns in a win over the Cincinnati Bengals as the Broncos improved to 3-0. And Siemian showed -- again -- why Broncos coach Gary Kubiak picked Siemian for the job.

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Siemian shines in Broncos' win over Bengals (0:51)

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

The Broncos' Trevor Siemian is the first quarterback in league history to throw for 300 yards to go with four touchdowns and no interceptions in his first career road start.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

Broncos, with a 300- yard passing day for quarterback Trevor Siemian and 100- yard receiving days from both Demaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders, move to 3-0 with win in Cincinnati.

Team Stats

Passing Yards242.720th
Rushing Yards111.313th
Points For28.04th
Points Against19.0Tied-8th

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