Was anyone even able to notice a running game in this one? As was announced in the days leading up to the Thursday night game, Knowshon Moreno started and saw the most carries out the backfield. But Montee Ball saw just one fewer rush as the Broncos turned to him in the second half once they fell into clock-killing mode. Ronnie Hillman was splashed in the early part of the game but ended up a non-factor. We still expect Ball to earn he full-time job by season's end, but for now the gig belongs to Moreno.
This was supposed to be the year of C.J. Spiller with Fred Jackson turning 32 this year and coming off of two knee injuries that ruined his 2012 season. But Jackson saw 13 carries to Spiller's 17 and actually outgained his supposed successor by 26 yards. He also saw five targets to Spiller's six and ...
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