Denver's improving pass rush
How Von Miller's return makes Broncos that much more dangerous
On Sunday, the Denver Broncos fell behind the Washington Redskins 21-7 in the third quarter after a DeAngelo Hall pick-six. But the rest of the game, Denver outscored Washington 38-0 behind a suffocating defense, led by a ferocious pass rush and a much improved pass defense that shut down Robert Griffin III.
How good is Denver's defense now, with Von Miller back and an improved pass rush?
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