What to watch for in the NFL’s regular season finale

When the Denver Broncos open the season on Sunday against the Carolina Panthers, you might expect a lot of pressure from their secondary.

That might be because they’re the team that took a beating on Sunday.

However, it’s a lot more than just that.

In the first week of the season, the Denver defense will be asked to play without cornerback Aqib Talib.

This will likely mean some big things for the Broncos, and for this team.

Here are three things to watch out for on Sunday: The pass rush vs. the run.

It was a pretty ugly matchup against the New England Patriots.

They ran the ball 17 times for 143 yards.

The Patriots also had three sacks.

The Broncos got off to a slow start with that early lead.

They had a turnover on the first drive, then a fumble that was recovered by safety T.J. Ward.

The Panthers had seven first downs, and they went on to score 17 points.

The pass defense vs. running backs.

Cam Newton had a couple big plays against the Broncos in the first half.

He had two catches for 42 yards and a touchdown.

On the next play, Newton ran for a touchdown, and he finished with seven carries for 54 yards.

Cam also had a reception for 22 yards.

It wasn’t pretty.

But he was able to get the offense going on the next drive, and it was just a matter of him getting open.

It’s easy to forget that he’s been playing well for the first few weeks.

The run game will be key.

The Texans were very efficient in the passing game.

They averaged 7.1 yards per carry on Sunday, but were efficient on the ground.

They went 7-for-12 for 127 yards and two touchdowns.

The only reason the Texans weren’t able to pull off a comeback was because they couldn’t get a big run at the goal line.

But they did have two big plays.

One came on the fourth play of the game, when linebacker Jadeveon Clowney was able get up the middle of the field and hit running back DeAndre Hopkins for a 50-yard gain.

It should be an important play for Houston on Sunday because it was a game where the Texans’ offensive line had to show some resilience to stay on the field.

The Denver secondary vs. quarterbacks.

The Titans had some issues in the secondary last week.

Tennessee allowed a season-high four touchdown passes.

It will be interesting to see if the Broncos can keep that number down.

The biggest thing to watch will be whether Denver can get pressure on a quarterback, which was something they did a lot against the Titans.

The pressure could be a lot higher than it was last week, as it is against the Texans.

Denver’s offensive line vs. pass rushers.

The Eagles’ defensive line will need to be very good this week, because the Titans’ offensive linemen were not.

There was a lot going on at the line of scrimmage, with tight end Brandon Bostick and tackle Marcus Smith not making plays.

The defense will have to do a good job protecting the quarterback.

That’s the biggest thing that will be on the line this week.

The quarterback vs. safety tandem.

This is the biggest game of the year for Denver.

That will be an even bigger battle than the Broncos vs. Titans, which is why it’s so important to have two very good corners.

They will be the difference between winning and losing on Sunday night.

The secondary vs the pass rush.

The most important part of the Broncos’ defense was its safety, and the safety had a big game.

Brandon Graham had a sack and forced fumble on a third-and-2 in the third quarter.

That was just the start.

On fourth-and, four, Graham came off his man to try to break up a pass that was thrown by Titans tight end Clive Walford.

That gave him the opportunity to make a great play on a pass intended for running back Andre Ellington.

The interception by defensive back Dre Kirkpatrick was a huge play, but it wasn’t enough.

The Raiders had two touchdown passes in the fourth quarter.

They did that because of some good protection from the safety.

This was just another step forward for the Raiders.

The offensive line at wide receiver.

The Rams’ wide receivers will have a lot to prove this week against the Denver secondary.

Jared Cook will be battling with Tavon Austin for the No. 2 spot in the receiver pecking order.

Austin will have an opportunity to prove that he is one of the top receivers in the league when he gets on the same field with Cook and Travis Benjamin.

However of course, the biggest test for Cook is how he reacts to a lot better defense.

The best way for Cook to show off his ability to be a playmaker is to take advantage of the pressure he’s going to receive on Sunday afternoon.