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In a battle between two AFC West foes, the world-champion Broncos (6-2) took care of business with a 27-19 win over the San Diego Chargers (3-5). Here’s what we learned from Denver’s big day:

1. Plenty changes from one football season to the next, but not in Denver, where the Broncos — like last year — will go just as far as their defense takes them. The unit did the trick on Sunday, snuffing out a pair of late-fourth-quarter drives by the Chargers to preserve the win. Along the way, Denver sacked Philip Rivers four times, registered 13 quarterback hits and harassed the San Diego signal-caller with three interceptions — including a game-changing pick six. After a long touchdown march to open the game, the Chargers went eight true possessions — punt, punt, punt, pick six, punt, missed field goal, interception, interception — before Rivers engineered a pair of second-half touchdown drives. The loss aside, Rivers — 20 of 47 passing for 267 yards with two scores — deserves plenty of credit for once again keeping this short-handed offense in the game until the end.
2. With their defense creating turnovers and chaos, Denver’s offense did just enough to seal the win. Trevor Siemian directed scoring drives in all four quarters, but the Broncos certainly missed C.J. Anderson. With its starting running back sidelined, Denver struggled for just 58 yards rushing, allowing San Diego’s front seven to batter Siemian for one sack, eight quarterback hits, a crushing strip sack by Melvin Ingram and a fourth-quarter pick six. Denver finished just 5-of-15 on third down at a measly 5.1 yards per play. Rookie back Devontae Booker was bottled up for three quarters before churning out key yardage on a critical fourth-quarter touchdown drive. After rumbling for 190 yards in Week 7, though, the Broncos have work to do on the ground with four road games over their next five tilts.

3. It’s masked in the loss, but Chargers running back Melvin Gordon delivered a fine performance on Sunday with 111 yards at 4.8 yards per pop — becoming the first back in 22 games to cross the 100-yard barrier against the Broncos.

4. There was a scary moment in this game when Broncos defensive coordinator Wade Phillips was knocked down along the sideline after taking a vicious, unintentional hit from Chargers runner Melvin Gordon. The longtime coach was rushed to a local hospital, leaving linebackers aide Reggie Herring to call plays down the stretch. The Broncos later announced that Phillips was “alert and has movement in all extremities.” We wish him a quick recovery.

5. A killer series of events for the Chargers: With 10:25 left in the second quarter and San Diego up 7-3, Broncos pass rusher DeMarcus Ware — who played a wonderful game — sacked Rivers to send the ball downfield. Recovered by linebacker Corey Nelson and returned for 26 yards, the ball was initially ruled a fumble before replay overruled it. Four plays later, though, Rivers could only watch as a throw to Tyrell Williams was tipped into the air and taken 49 yards to the house by cornerback Bradley Roby.

6. If you haven’t had a chance to watch rookie pass rusher Joey Bosa on GamePass, what are you doing with your days and nights? The Chargers behemoth issued another tantalizing performance against Denver, pushing back blockers and notching three quarterback hits as part of one of the AFC’s top linebacking units.

 

 

 

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C.J. Spiller’s stint in Seattle didn’t last long.
The Seahawks released the running back Wednesday. Seattle re-signed fullback Will Tukuafu to take the vacant roster spot.

With rookie C.J. Prosise now fully healthy and available for pass-catching reps, Spiller became superfluous.

Spiller signed with the Seahawks prior to Week 4 after beginning the season with the New Orleans Saints. In two games with Seattle, Spiller rushed three times for nine yards and caught five passes for 43 yards. He was inactive in Week 7.

While he won’t provide much in the run game, Spiller put out some decent pass-catching film in his limited work in Seattle and show he can still be elusive in space. The positives from a short stint in Seattle could give him a shot to latch on with anther team dealing with injuries.

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Kansas City dominated Oakland in the second half on Sunday, shutting out a Raiders offense that has shown a penchant for second-half explosions. Few plays epitomized this superiority more than Dontari Poe’s score from one yard out.

For as long as football has been played, when a team needs to gain a few yards, it lines up the most mass it has and punches it up the middle, between the tackles. But this is 2016, where we spread defenses out with our ingenious formations and innovations. Andy Reid’s play-call included 6-foot-3, 346-pound defensive tackle Dontari Poe.

There have been a handful famous names for plays in football history. Student Body Right. Red Right 88. Spider 2 Y Banana.

Now, we welcome Hungry Pig Right to the elite group. One can only imagine how many faces lit up inside the huddle when Alex Smith relayed the play to his teammates.
Not only was Poe lined up as a receiver in the back of a bunch set, but guard Zach Fulton was in the middle of the folks in front of Poe, flanked by tight end Demetrius Harris and fullback Anthony Sherman. It was a whole lot of man out there.

Upon the snap and completion to Poe (technically a backward pass and therefore, a rushing attempt), the trio of blockers, plus tackle Mitchell Schwartz engaged the defenders, leaving only safety Reggie Nelson to attempt to stop Poe. That was 210 pounds versus 346 pounds. Nelson could gain an additional 50 percent of his body weight and would still face a deficit.

To make matters worse, Raiders coach Jack Del Rio said they weren’t caught off guard — they just couldn’t stop it.

“We were ready for that one,” Del Rio said after the game. “Maybe not that much beef out there, but we were ready for the play. Same play they ran last year. We practiced it all week. It’s not like it was a surprise. They needed a yard and they got a yard.”

But the issue at hand isn’t that Oakland’s assembled mass couldn’t stop Kansas City’s collection of bulk. It was instead the series of plays prior, on multiple drives, that landed the Chiefs inside the Raiders’ 5-yard line. It was Spencer Ware’s 131 yards on the ground, and Alex Smith’s 19-of-22 day.

Oakland’s last-ranked defense isn’t helping its chances of winning, especially when wet conditions aren’t ripe for big plays on offense. Derek Carr can’t throw the Raiders back into every game, and turnovers are few and far between when playing a precise opponent. When it comes down to stopping a defensive tackle with a safety, or a linebacker, or even a fellow defensive tackle on the goal line, the battle has already been lost.

We’re all winners, though, when a large human scores. America loves fat guy touchdowns.

 

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FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — Down one of their best playmakers for the season, the New York Jets are looking to their youngsters to help fill the void.
Wide receiver Eric Decker will have season-ending surgery after being placed on injured reserve Wednesday with a partially torn rotator cuff in his right shoulder.
“It’s tough news,” quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick said.
Decker was inactive the past two weeks after initially being injured at Buffalo in Week 2 and the shoulder worsening at Kansas City the following week.
Last week, coach Todd Bowles said it was still “too early to tell” whether Decker would be placed on IR, which would mean he would have to sit out at least eight weeks.
Bowles said Wednesday that Decker would be having surgery “soon,” and an eight-month recovery period is usually involved. That would put the receiver on pace to possibly be back by minicamp next June.
Decker, who was initially ruled as “week-to-week ” with the injury, said last Thursday that his mindset was that, “I want to get back on the field, yes,” but was uncertain as to whether that would be possible this season.
“He wasn’t recovering the way we hoped he would,” Bowles said. “He wasn’t getting any better. It was getting worse. At some point, he had to try to get surgery.”
It’s a huge blow to the Jets, who have not been the dynamic offence they were last season with Fitzpatrick, Decker and fellow receiver Brandon Marshall leading the way.
“It definitely hurts,” Marshall said. “He’s one of the great receivers in the league.”
Decker had nine catches for 194 yards and two touchdowns in three games. He had 80 receptions for 1,027 yards and 12 scores — including a team-record 10 scoring grabs inside the opponents’ 20-yard line — last season as he and Marshall combined for 26 TDs.
Decker signed as a free agent with the Jets in 2014 after four seasons in Denver and has been one of the NFL’s most-productive receivers in that time with 163 receptions for 2,183 yards.
“You definitely can’t replace him with one guy,” Fitzpatrick said. “I think especially with him and the red area, on third downs and the stuff that he was tops in the league at, that’s the stuff that you really miss, but it’s going to be a collective effort. It’s going to be a couple of different guys having to step in.”
Decker’s absence has had a noticeable effect on the Jets, who have scored a total of seven points in the second half in the past three games since a 37-31 win at Buffalo in Week 2 in which New York put up 17 points after halftime.
Quincy Enunwa has served as the de facto No. 2 receiver since Decker was hurt, and leads the Jets with 27 catches. But other than Enunwa and Marshall, who has 24 receptions, New York has mostly inexperienced receivers left on its roster.
Seventh-round pick Charone Peake (four catches, 36 yards) and undrafted free agents Robby Anderson (five for 56) and Jalin Marshall (five for 64) are among the Jets’ remaining receivers — but Jalin Marshall has missed the past two games with a torn labrum.
“He’s one of the great receivers in the league,” Brandon Marshall said of Decker. “But we’re more than confident that the younger guys we have, they’ll make plays. Guys like Robby, they’re studs and hungry, waiting for their opportunities. … They’ll step in and just be OK.”
New York also claimed former Tampa Bay receiver Jeremy Butler off waivers on Tuesday, and cut Jeremy Ross. Butler had 31 catches for 363 yards last season for Baltimore, which signed him as an undrafted free agent out of Tennessee-Martin in 2014, but cut him this summer after training camp.
“Don’t panic,” Brandon Marshall said. “We’re OK. It’s the NFL. It’s not about one guy.”
The Jets signed cornerback Nick Marshall off Jacksonville’s practice squad Wednesday to fill Decker’s roster spot. The former Auburn quarterback was used on special teams and in the secondary by the Jaguars.
New York has lost three straight games to fall to 1-4 on the season, with a road game at Arizona on Monday night up next.
“A win would be huge,” Fitzpatrick said. “Winning kind of cures all, and when you think things aren’t going well and all that, then all of a sudden one win can kind of ignite a season. So that’s what we’re gunning for.”