Can anyone stop the Denver Broncos from stampeding all over the NFL? The Atlanta Falcons look to give the defending Super Bowl champions their first loss of the season when they clash on Oct. 9. This action is going to be hard-hitting and dirty so don’t miss a second! Click to watch.
This might be a clash between an unstoppable force versus an immovable object, as the NFL’s highest scoring offense of the Atlanta Falcons takes on the most dominant defense in the league in the Denver Broncos. The unbeaten Broncos host the Dirty Birds and the Sports authority Field in Denver might not be big enough to hold the action. The game is set for 4:05 PM ET so be sure to catch every bone-crunching, jaw-dropping moment.
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It’s not easy to step up and fill the shoes of Peyton Manning, 41, but quarterback Trevor Siemian, 24, has done a passable job so far. Despite throwing three interceptions this season, he’s thrown twice as many touchdowns to earn a 99.6 quarterback rating. Hopefully he’s in good shape against Atlanta, as he’s recovering from a left shoulder sprain, according to the Denver Post.
Though he was limited during practice on Oct. 5, he was able to throw, which led some to think he’ll start this game. “It was a step forward,” coach Gary Kubiak, 55, said. “We’ll see how sore he is, how he’s feeling as we move [forward.] Hopefully he does a little more.”
Denver should be concerned that they’re facing Atlanta – just ask Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers. It was the Falcons that spoiled the Panthers’ perfect regular season, notching that one loss on their record during the 2015-16 football year.
It’s not absurd to think the Falcons can pull off the win. Matt Ryan, 31, has been playing the season of his life, while Alex Mack, 30, has been an All-Pro at opening up routes for Atlanta’s running backs, per SB Nation. He’ll likely provide a huge challenge to Denver’s defense titan, Von Miller, 27. It’s going to be close! Denver’s favored for this game, but they’re definitely going to have to fight the Falcons for it!
Who do you think will win this game, HollywoodLifers? Will Atlanta smack Denver with their first loss or will the Broncos keep their perfect record intact?