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2014 Denver Broncos tickets

Denver Broncos tickets give fans a hypothetical—and in some cases, a very real—seat to watch one of the NFL’s all-time greatest quarterbacks: Peyton Manning. Manning’s career stats have ensured him entry into the NFL Hall of Fame on the first ballot for which he is eligible. This is not debatable.

 

Denver, CO has always been a die-hard sports town when it comes to cheering for the Broncos, as perhaps best evidenced by the initial price of Broncos tickets in 2013: Sports Authority Field at Mile High seats went for an average of $328 each last season, ranking the Broncos fourth in the NFL in average cost of attendance.

 

If you’re willing to pay the price, the reward of seeing Manning in action might be worth it.

 

When the Broncos signed Manning as a free agent in March 2012, the entire league looked at the move as a gamble of the highest order. Two consecutive playoff berths later, including a Super Bowl appearance, it looks like that gamble by Denver’s front office is paying off. Manning’s tenure with the Broncos has been successful in record-breaking ways.

 

The 2013 Denver Broncos set the records for most touchdowns in a season (76), most first downs (435), total yards from scrimmage (7,317), and points (606). In short, the offense was historic. Broncos tickets were basically passes to historic performances by the team on a weekly basis.

 

This season should mark more of the same from the club, although fans that buy Denver Broncos tickets shouldn’t expect a full reprisal of each and every record broken by the 2013 team. Still, Broncos tickets will remain in high demand if only for the chance to see Manning add to his Hall-of-Fame résumé.

 

Defensively, the Broncos could use some improvement. Many of the defensive deficiencies were glossed over by the record-setting offense, but they team can do much better than its 2013 numbers of 25.7 points allowed and 362.7 yards allowed per game (both of which ranked 22nd in the league).

 

Von Miller’s recovery from a torn ACL should help bolster the Denver defense, which is basically the only area of the team that needs improvement in 2014.

Denver Broncos Ticket preview for the new NFL season!

Denver Broncos tickets are unbelievably hot and fans are in for another thrilling season led by future Hall of Fame quarterback Peyton Manning. The Broncos rose to the top of the American Football Conference in Manning’s first season in Denver, but were undone in the playoffs by eventual Super Bowl champion’s Baltimore. Buy Broncos tickets online and watch as Manning and Coach John Fox lead this loaded team to a likely Super Bowl berth.


Sports Authority Field at Mile High tickets are what you need this fall, if you want to see the most exciting offense in the NFL. Manning has outstanding weapons to throw to, and he uses all of them to devastating effect. Demaryius Thomas and Eric Decker are now joined by catch machine Wes Welker, who defected from New England and might have shifted the AFC’s balance of power. Buy Denver Broncos tickets and see this storied franchise, which is led in the front office by legendary quarterback John Elway, reclaim its rightful place atop the league.


The Broncos also have a dynamic defense, having recently signed pass rusher Shaun Phillips away from AFC West rival San Diego. He’ll team with Von Miller in terrorizing opposing quarterbacks.
Buy Denver Broncos tickets and see the Broncos open the season against the Super Bowl champion Ravens, followed by attractive home games against Oakland, Philadelphia and Washington. The division-rival Chargers and Chiefs also come calling at Sports Authority Field at Mile High, as do the Titans and elite runner Chris Johnson. You need to buy Broncos tickets online to see this talented team shoot for its seventh conference championship and third Super Bowl crown. Sports Authority Field tickets are your chance to be a part of something special.


Manning continues to play at an incredibly high level, but he doesn’t have many seasons left. So get your Denver Broncos tickets now and watch him shred opposing defenses. Oddsmakers have installed the Broncos as one of the favorites to win it all this season, with good reason. Buy Broncos tickets online to see Denver, one of the NFL’s most important franchises since its founding in 1960, make history.


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Does anyone want to trade places with Kyle Orton this year? The new Denver Broncos quarterback has the pleasure of leading his team into the 2009-2010 season after Broncos leadership dealt Jay Cutler to the Chicago Bears in the offseason. Many viewed Cutler as the future of the Denver Bronco franchise. Orton never quite filled those shoes in Chicago. Denver Bronco ticket holders will all be curious to see if Orton is the right guy for the job. 


So who does Orton have to thank for these lofty expectations? Look no further than his new coach, Josh McDaniels. McDaniels, the former offensive coordinator from the vaunted New England Patriots attack, feels like he can win with Orton. If anyone can say something like that with confidence, it would be McDaniels, who turned Matt “Never started a game at any level” Cassel into Matt “I just signed a ridiculous free agent contract with Kansas City” Cassel. The new Broncos coach hopes to turn Orton from Kyle “I couldn’t beat Rex Grossman, out for a starting job” Orton, to Kyle “How did the Bears miss on this guy?” Orton.

Orton will have plenty of help this year. Denver Broncos tickets will come complete with the opportunity to see one of the elite receivers in the league. Brandon Marshall is one of the few players in the NFL who can change a game from the wide receiver position. He is a truly unique talent. After auditioning countless candidates for the position, it appears the Broncos finally have a stud in camp at running back. Knowshawn Moreno came to the Broncos in the first round of the NFL draft. Based on his outstanding career at the University of Georgia, the Broncos now have a difference-maker sharing backfield space with Orton. The future looks bright in Denver.

Champ Bailey heads up a much maligned defense that struggled through much of last year. The Broncos defensive numbers weren’t great, but regular Broncos ticket holders will tell you that the defense came through when they needed to early in the season. It wasn’t until the last few games of the year that the defense let the team down. There are many new faces this year, and McDaniel’s staff is optimistic that they can right the wrongs of the 2008-2009 season.

Fans line up for Mile High Stadium tickets win or lose. There is no shaking the loyalty of the Denver faithful. Be a part of the action this year as Orton, McDaniels and company work to make the Broncos run free over the NFL yet again.

2008 Denver Broncos Tickets

It’s time to find out whether or not Jay Cutler is the man at Mile High. 2008 Denver Broncos tickets will provide the answer to that pressing question.
The hotshot quarterback out of Vanderbilt has shown flashes of brilliance, but also has experienced the growing pains that come from being a young quarterback in the NFL. But it’s not easy satisfying Denver Broncos ticket holders, who for years were spoiled by the Hall of Fame career of John Elway.
Cutler was deemed the second coming of Elway as soon as the Broncos punched his NFL ticket in the 2006 NFL Draft. In what was thought of as an extremely talented quarterback class, some experts pinned Cutler as the cream of the crop. Cutler’s strong arm and competitiveness reminded a lot of experts of the legendary Brett Favre.
Cutler replaced struggling veteran Jake Plummer midway through his rookie season and quickly solidified his status as the Broncos’ quarterback of the present and future.
In 2007, he improved on all his numbers but failed to lead the Broncos into the playoffs. Head coach Mike Shanahan expects that to change this season.
But returning to the NFL Playoffs will not be easy. The Broncos’ schedule is treacherous and includes a Monday night visit to Gillette Stadium for a showdown with Tom Brady and the Patriots. A win at New England would do a lot for Cutler’s confidence.
The Broncos’ quarterback will have an emerging superstar at his disposal in wide receiver Brandon Marshall. Marshall put up career numbers last season, hauling in 102 receptions for 1,325 yards and seven touchdowns.
Big things are also expected from second-year running back Selvin Young, who took over for injured starter Travis Henry and performed admirably. Young finished the year with 729 yards on just 140 carries.
The pieces are in place for a return trip to the NFL Playoffs for the Denver Broncos. Coach Shanahan and Cutler have their eyes on the prize and won’t settle for anything less that an AFC West title and a trip to the Super Bowl.
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TOP 10 REASONS TO BUY DENVER BRONCOS TICKETS

10. Mike Shanahan: Head coach Mike Shanahan is a football guru whose teams always put up lots of offensive fireworks. He is known an innovator, and his success speaks for itself. He is 139-86 overall, including two Super Bowl victories.
9. Rich tradition: Because of the team's rich history, Denver Broncos tickets are a hot commodity in the Mile High City and beyond. Since its founding in 1960, the franchise has won a whopping 10 AFC West championships, six conference championships and Super Bowl victories following the 1997 and 1998 seasons.
8. Young gunslinger: Quarterback Jay Cutler is a gunslinger in the mode of Broncos legend John Elway. The Vanderbilt product surprised many with his poise and arm strength when he got his starting chance in the last part of the 2006 season.
7. Rushing attack: The Broncos' running game just keeps on piling up yards and touchdowns. Denver's unique scheme benefits whichever running back is taking handoffs; in 2007, look for Travis Henry to run wild on opposing defenses.
6. Sold out atmosphere: Invesco Field at Mile High rocks every weekend for the beloved Broncos. Every game since 1970 has been sold out at the football shrine, formerly known as Mile High Stadium.
5. Dangerous wide outs: Talent abounds on Denver's roster, led by the fastest linebacking corps in the NFL. Wide receivers Javon Walker and Rod Smith form one of the best tandems in the league.
4. High expectations: Expectations are running high because of the Broncos' 9-7 finish in 2006 and the development of quarterback Jay Cutler. Broncos fans feel their team belongs at the top, and that is exactly where Denver should be in 2007.
3. Legends live here: Denver Broncos tickets are your entry to see NFL stars, who someday will be in the Hall of Fame. The Broncos' list of legends is headed by quarterback John Elway, who arrived in 1983 and ended his career as MVP of Super Bowl XXXIII.
2. Bucking Bronco: The Broncos feature distinctive orange and blue uniforms, and everyone recognizes the team logo:  that famous profile of a horse's head.
1. Intensive rivalries: Denver Broncos tickets give you a close-up view of fierce rivalries. Whether it is games against the hated Oakland Raiders, Kansas City Chiefs or San Diego Chargers, the intensity of the rivalries will be off the charts.

THIS WEEK'S DENVER BRONCOS TICKETS
CINCINNATI BENGALS (8-6) AT DENVER BRONCOS (8-6) TICKETS
4:15 p.m., Sunday
INVESCO Field at Mile High

The Jay Cutler era has begun in Denver, and it look likes the Broncos are in good hands in the near future. Cutler looked sharp in last week’s win in Arizona and will be looking stay hot when the Bengals visit Mile High on Sunday. Cincinnati is coming off a disappointing performance in a Monday night loss to Indianapolis. Quarterback Carson Palmer struggled mightily against the Colts and will have to play better if the Bengals are to pull out a win in Denver. The Broncos aren’t about to let that happen.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Denver 27, Cincinnati 21
(Last Week: 9-7/Season 116-67)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Denver quarterback Jay Cutler will have another big game against the weak Bengal defense..

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Denver Broncos tickets carry a history of excellence in every stub. From the years of Elway, Terrell Davis and Bill Romonowski, Denver has maintained a caliber of football consistent with the expectations of the Mile High city. Last year was a no exception with the Broncos going 13-3 including a perfect home record of 8-0. Much of this success can be attributed to one of the best balanced offenses in the NFL led by veteran gun slinger Jake “the snake” Plummer. So heading into the off-season the Broncos had to find ways of further capitalizing on their star QB.

The first thing Bronco’s management did was to ensure Plummer was challenged. In the first round of the NFL Draft Denver went after Santa Claus, in rookie Jay Cutler from Vanderbilt University. At 6-3 228lbs, Cutler was above star names like Vince Young on many draft boards because of his finely tuned mechanics and field generalship. Bringing Cutler into camp gave Denver the dual benefit of giving Plummer incentive to play his best as well as having a talented young prospect learn under a system and a veteran that can only make his game grow.

Denver Broncos tickets also got a bit more flash for the buck in the second round of the draft as Bronco brass bartered their pick to Green Bay for speedy wide receiver Javon Walker. Walker was Brett Favre’s favorite target last season and proved he has what it takes to offer a solid tandem choice with Rod Smith for Plummer to go deep. Walker’s presence will mean more than just receiving yards though, because an added deep threat will pull safeties off the line, allowing Mike Anderson to pursue a second consecutive 1000 yard season.

Taking Denver Broncos tickets to INVESCO Field this season offers a look at a beefed up Mike Shanahan team with the goal of achieving two prizes that escaped them last year; an AFC title and of course, a Super Bowl. With a myriad of returning stars and new talent to be groomed, it is certain these feats are not out of the reach of a talented Denver Broncos squad.  

 

THIS PAST WEEK'S DENVER BRONCOS TICKETS
DENVER BRONCOS (7-6) TICKETS AT ARIZONA CARDINALS (4-9)
4 p.m. Sunday
Cardinals Stadium

It’s time for Denver to step up. After losing four straight the Broncos finally get an easy foe. Or did they? The Cardinals have won three of their last four and are no longer NFL pushovers with Matt Lienart under center. This game could make or break the Broncos season, a scenario nobody envisioned at the beginning of the season. Rookie quarterback Jay Cutler has shown flashes of promise but he certainly hasn’t taken the NFL by storm. Mike Shanahan may go back to Plummer or he may not but the Broncos running game is what will make the difference against Arizona. Look for Denver to get back on track.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Denver Broncos 24, Arizona Cardinals 21
(Last Week: 9-7/Season 116-67)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: The Broncos will be dishing out heaping plates of Tatum Bell to try and give whichever QB they use some help.

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PAST WEEK'S DENVER BRONCOS TICKETS
DENVER BRONCOS (7-5) VS. SAN DIEGO CHARGERS (10-2) TICKETS
4:15 p.m., Sunday
Qualcomm Stadium

The Jay Cutler era got off to a sour start last week, when the Broncos were upended by the Seattle Seahawks on Monday night. Things don’t get any easier this week, when the Broncos look to keep their playoff dreams alive in San Diego. Led by MVP-candidate LaDainian Tomlinson, the Chargers have emerged as the team to beat in the AFC. They took down the Broncos at Mile High earlier in the season. Look for the Broncos to get revenge on Sunday.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Denver 24, San Diego 21
(Last Week: 11-5/Season 118-65)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Denver running back Tatum Bell. (Last week: Bell — 21 carries, 137 yards).

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PAST WEEK'S DENVER BRONCOS (7-4) TICKETS
DENVER BRONCOS (7-4) VS. SEATTLE SEAHAWKS (7-4) TICKETS
4:05 pm, Sunday
INVESCO Field at Mile High

Broncos fans are all abuzz over the latest news out of Denver: rookie QB Jay Cutler will be taking over for struggling QB Jake Plummer. The Broncos need some kind of spark to get back on track after two straight losses, and hope that their QB of the future will be able to do just that. It won't be easy. The Broncos are sliding in the AFC West standings and need a win to get back on the road to the playoffs. This week they take on a healthier Seahawks team that also needs to post some wins to assure a playoff berth. This should be a great game at Mile High as the tough Broncos defense looks to shut down Seattle RB Shaun Alexander.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Seattle Seahawks 21, Denver Broncos 19
(Last Week: 10-6/Season 107-60)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: It's tough to say who to start in Denver, so go with the proven talent, WR Javon Walker. (Last week: Walker, 6 catches for 55 yards)

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PAST WEEK'S DENVER BRONCOS TICKETS
DENVER BRONCOS (7-3) AT KANSAS CITY CHIEFS (6-4) TICKETS
8 p.m., Thursday
Arrowhead Stadium

Neither the Broncos nor the Chiefs can afford another loss in the ultra-competitive AFC West. Denver blew a 17-point in lead in last week's loss to the Chargers. Kansas City squeaked past the Raiders but did not look impressive in doing so. Which team runs the ball most effectively will win this Thanksgiving night battle? That team will be Chiefs.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Kansas City 28, Denver 21
(Last Week: 9-7/Season 91-54)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Denver wide receiver Javon Walker (Last week: Walker - 8 catches, 81 yards)

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PAST WEEK'S DENVER BRONCOS TICKETS
DENVER BRONCOS (5-2)AT PITTSBURGH STEELERS (2-5) TICKETS
4:15 p.m., Sunday
Heinz Field

The Denver Broncos are neck and neck with San Diego and need this win to keep pace. They’ll certainly be looking to rebound from a narrow loss to Indy last week. That’s bad news for the struggling Steelers who can’t seem to find a handle on their season. If Pittsburgh doesn’t settle their quarterback issue the Broncos may settle it for them. This game looked like a winner when the schedule first came out. It’s either going to be a Denver blowout or the first step in the Steelers resurgence. We’re picking blowout. br>
ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Denver Broncos 28, Pittsburgh Steelers 14
(Last Week: 8-5/Season 73-43)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Broncos running back Bell. Take your pick. We can’t figure out which one to play. (Last week: Tatum Bell - 13 carries, 27 yards)
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PAST WEEK'S DENVER BRONCOS TICKETS
DENVER BRONCOS (6-2) AT OAKLAND RAIDERS (2-6) TICKETS
4:05 p.m., Sunday
McAfee Coliseum

Last week against the defending Super Bowl Champion Pittsburgh Steelers, the Broncos showed their true colors. This team will beat you with their defense, and they will beat you with their offense. The Broncos air and ground attack has finally seemed to catch with their crushing defense. Javon Walker proved that he is the playmaker Denver thought he was with three touchdowns and over 200 total yards. And do we have to mention the defense? The poor Oakland Raiders don't stand a chance against John Lynch and Champ Bailey. The Broncos are clearly one of the best teams in the NFL right now. They are playing great on both sides of the ball. QB Jake Plummer may not be a superstar, but he's managing the offense well, and taking advantage of the opportunities created by the defense, just like he's supposed to. If the Broncos can keep it up, they'll be playing in Miami at the end of the season for sure.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Denver Broncos 17, Oakland Raiders 6
(Last Week: 9-4/Season 82-47)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Start the Denver defense against the Raiders, and count the sacks. (Last week: Mike Bell, 17 carries for 28 yards and 5 receptions for 40 yards. Tatum did not play.)

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THIS PAST WEEK'S DENVER BRONCOS TICKETS
SAN DIEGO CHARGERS AT (7-2) DENVER BRONCOS (7-2) TICKETS
8 p.m., Sunday
Invesco Filed at Mile High Stadium

The Broncos make you nervous. They play well for weeks on end. Then they squeak by a Raiders squad that couldn’t beat a good high school team with any regularity. But they are 7-2 and they are at home and they do have the NFL’s toughest defense in the red zone. They’ll have to attack San Diego’s Philip Rivers with abandon after his performance last week. Knowing Shanahan, he’ll do just that. But with San Diego throwing LaDanian Tomlinson at the Denver defense to keep them honest the Broncos are going to have a tough time shutting down the running game that has made Philip Rivers first year under center such a success. Jake Plummer needs to step up, stop throwing interceptions, or let Jay Cutler have a crack at it. The AFC West is at stake in this game.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: San Diego 28, Denver Broncos 20
(Last Week: 9-7/Season 91-54)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Jake Plummer (Last Week – The Broncos defense which registered three sacks against Oakland)

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PAST WEEK'S DENVER BRONCOS TICKETS
DENVER BRONCOS (4-1) AT CLEVELAND BROWNS (14-3) TICKETS
4:05 p.m., Sunday
Cleveland Stadium

The Broncos will be looking to win their fifth game in a row when they visit Cleveland on Sunday. Running back Tatum Bell and quarterback Jake Plummer have provided plenty of offense for the Broncos, especially as well as the Denver defense has been playing. But it wouldn’t be wise for coach Mike Shanahan’s team to overlook the Browns. Led by quarterback Charlie Frye, the Browns have been surprisingly competitive despite their 1-4 record. br>
ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Cleveland Browns 14, Denver Broncos 13
(Last Week: 8-5/Season 60-31)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Denver running back Tatum Bell (Last week: Bell – 23 carries, 83 yards, 1 TD)
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PAST WEEK'S DENVER BRONCOS TICKETS
DENVER BRONCOS (3-1) VS. OAKLAND RAIDERS (0-4) TICKETS
8:15 p.m., Sunday
Invesco Field at Mile High

The Broncos struggled a bit early this season, but head coach Mike Shanahan knows what he’s doing. Denver is a strong contender to win the AFC West, and they are surely pleased that they have this divisional match up against the winless Oakland Raiders at home at Mile High to help pad that win column. Quarterback Jake Plummer has settled down in the pocket, and running back Tatum Bell has begun to emerge as the featured back in Denver. The Raiders can’t seem to win at home, much less in the demanding atmosphere at Mile High. The game has the potential to be a blowout, as the underestimated Denver defense should have a field day against the hapless Raiders. Randy Moss has shown improvement in recent weeks, but he doesn’t stand a chance against the best shutdown corner in the NFL, Champ Bailey.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Denver Broncos 24, Oakland Raiders 13
(Last Week: 12-2/Season 52-26)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: RB Tatum Bell (Last Week: Javon Walker, 5 receptions for 63 yards )

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THIS PAST WEEK'S DENVER BRONCOS TICKETS
INDIANAPOLIS COLTS AT DENVER BRONCOS (5-1) TICKETS
4:15 p.m., Sunday
Invesco Field

The Broncos are sporting the NFL's stingiest defense. They'll get a real test when the high scoring Colts come to town. This may be the NFL Game of the Week. It may also be a preview of the AFC Championship game. With the Steelers struggling the Broncos have to be a prime contender. It'll be interesting to see the Colts defensive line match up against the Broncos running game now that Indy has brought in McFarland. Still, Manning has to be stopped, something few teams have been able to do. br>
ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Indianapolis Colts 24, Denver Broncos 20
(Last Week: 5-8/Season 65-39)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Denver running back Tatum Bell  (Last week: Bell - 24 carries, 115 yards, 1 TD)
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PAST WEEK'S DENVER BRONCOS TICKETS
BALTIMORE RAVENS AT DENVER BRONCOS
8:30 p.m., Monday
INVESCO Field at Mile High Stadium

The Broncos were ultra-impressive in beating New England on Monday night, and now that head coach Mike Shannahan has had an entire week to prepare, the Broncos should be even more explosive when the host the Ravens on Monday Night Football.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Denver Broncos 17, Baltimore Ravens 13
(Last Week: 7-5/Season 40-24)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Denver Broncos receiver Javon Walker (Last week: Broncos bye).

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PAST WEEK’S DENVER BRONCOS TICKETS
DENVER BRONCOS AT NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS TICKETS
8:15 p.m., Sunday
Gillette Stadium

Broncos tickets paid off big time on Sunday as Denver scratched out a 9-6 overtime win against the Kansas City Chiefs in Denver. Now the Broncos travel to New England to face the always dangerous Tom Brady and the Patriots. The Denver offense will have to step it up to win in Gillette Stadium. But Brady and the Patriots are missing some of the key elements that made them so tough over the last few years. The Broncos ticket to a win here is ringing the Bells and controlling the clock.

ABCTickets.com NFL football prediction: The end is coming for the Patriots. Denver Broncos 28, New England Patriots 24
(Last Week: 13-3/Season 33-9)
Fantasy football ticket to victory: Tatum Bell carries the load in this one. (Last Week: Tatum Bell - 16 carries for 69 yards.)

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