Offensive spotlight: Russell Wilson completed just 14 of 31 passes for 219 yards with one touchdown and one interception. He had multiple big-time throws, but the Broncos offense remains disjointed and prone to shooting itself in the foot. Wilson’s adjusted completion percentage was just 56.0%.
Defensive spotlight: Denver’s pass rush wasn’t coming up with pressure often enough, but they tended to be big plays when they did show up. Bradley Chubb and Randy Gregory combined for seven total pressures with one of them being a critical sack by Gregory late in the game.
Rookie spotlight: Rookie cornerback Dereck Stingley Jr., had an eventful day, largely covering Broncos receiver Courtland Sutton In one three-play sequence, Stingley gave up a deep pass interference penalty, was inches away from being beaten for a touchdown in the end zone, and then broke up a touchdown in the end zone. Overall, he gave up four catches for 66 yards and had two pass breakups.
Offensive line spotlight: Denver’s offensive line held up well throughout the game. As a pass-blocking unit, they allowed just six total pressures and only one lineman allowed more than one in the game. Denver managed almost 150 rushing yards, but a large portion came after contact.
|Davis Mills||7.18||19 / 38||177||4.7||0||0|
|Russell Wilson||12.06||14 / 31||219||7.1||1||1|
|Melvin Gordon III||6.3||10||47||4.7||0||9|
|Brevin Jordan P||2.3||4||2||3||0.8||0|
|Melvin Gordon III||6.3||1||1||6||6||0|