Momma There Goes That Man Posted February 10, 2014 Share Posted February 10, 2014 Ready to advance. The Denver Broncos strolled into Cowboys Stadium looking improve to 5-0 and put a beating on the Dallas Cowboys that Jerry Jones will not soon forget. It was the most lopsided loss in franchise history as Denver dominated Dallas from the opening whistle in route to a 58-14 win. Broncos QB Colin Kaepernick had his best game of the season, throwing for over 400 yards, 6TDs and not turning the ball over once. He also added 61 yards to a suddenly effective Denver ground game. The young QB was excited in his post game press conference. "Yeah man, ya know what I'm saying, it's like...just crazy to finally not throw an interception for a whole game. It feels good ya know what I'm saying? I know I got skillz but its fun to go out and outshine a great QB like Peyton," Kaepernick boasted. He had reason to be enthusiastic as he led the Broncos offense to their most complete and balanced game of the season. Rookie Kenjon Barner rushed for a career high 81 yards while fellow rookie backfield partner Eddie Lacy added 57 yards. The two earned their offseason nickname of Thunder and Lightning for the first time in the regular season. Return to Form? The Broncos defense has been criticized the past two weeks giving up 25 and 21 points. They had arguably their best showing this week, shutting down the Jerry Jones wet dream Cowboys offense, of Peyton Manning, Randy Moss, Victor Cruz and Frank Gore and holding them to just 2 garbage time TDs. Ziggy Ansah added 2 sacks to his NFL leading total including one that also forced a fumble and lead to a fumble return TD. Denver faces the Jaguars next week and should be heavy favorites again. Can anyone stop this Denver offense? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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