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Refocused, NFL Week 1: Denver Broncos 27, Seattle Seahawks 24

PFF’s ReFocused series this season features immediate takeaways and a key to the victory from two Senior Analysts who graded the performance, watching every player, on every play of the game.
Denver Broncos 27; Seattle Seahawks 24 Analyst Takeaways The brightest spot on the Broncos offense was by far Emmanuel Sanders.
The biggest assist in the passing game for the Broncos came from the offensive line.
The solid blocking up front was also present in the running game, as the Broncos ran for 146 yards and averaged 4.6 yards a carry.
Matched up often with Duane Brown, he got more than his fair share of victories.
Both safeties combined for three interceptions and were one of the lone bright spots from the Seattle defense.
It’s extremely hard to replace an All-Pro talent like KJ Wright, but Seattle right now has a massive hole at his spot.
The knock on Seattle for so long has been their line, and they certainly weren’t great in Denver.
Key to the game Without particularly good quarterback play, the Broncos relied on their big men at the line of scrimmage to win the game.
Both the Broncos’ offensive and defensive lines controlled the game and were the biggest factors in the Broncos coming away with the win.

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The Denver Broncos defeated the Seattle Seahawks, 27-24, during the NFL’s first full Sunday of action.

PFF’s ReFocused series this season features immediate takeaways and a key to the victory from two Senior Analysts who graded the performance, watching every player, on every play of the game. For more data and analysis from the game, utilize our Premium Stats 2.0 dashboard to expand your knowledge on the key players, signature stats and much more.

FINAL SCORE

Denver Broncos 27; Seattle Seahawks 24

Analyst Takeaways

The brightest spot on the Broncos offense was by far Emmanuel Sanders. Sanders got the Broncos going early with a couple of big catches, the most important one on a 43-yard catch and run that gave the Broncos their first lead of the day.

The biggest assist in the passing game for the Broncos came from the offensive line. Case Keenum did not have much pressure on him throughout the game, and it helped him go through his progressions and control the offense. The solid blocking up front was also present in the running game, as the Broncos ran for 146 yards and averaged 4.6 yards a carry.

Von Miller got the sacks, but it was almost as impressive what Bradley Chubb

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