- Matt Williamson, ESPN.com
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?
Matt Williamson examines the Denver Broncos' pass rush, why it was so successful again the Washington Redskins and what it means for Denver going forward.