5 Pressing Issues: The Denver Broncos' Second Half

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5 Pressing Issues: The Denver Broncos' Second Half
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Broncos Left Tackle Chris Clark

Although they won't admit it, the Denver Broncos must be feeling grateful their bye week came when it did.

An emotionally bruising loss to Indianapolis, followed by a disjointed—at times sloppy—victory against the Redskins, finds the Broncos entering into the second half of the season at 7-1. They are tied with the Seattle Seahawks for the second-best record in the league. It's too bad the only team with a better record resides in their division.

The next eight games will see the Broncos play the Kansas City Chiefs twice, San Diego twice and the Patriots once.

Their other three games will be against the Titans, Texans and a season finale date in Oakland.

Unlike last year, it will be the final half of the season that will be the Broncos' toughest. In order to secure home-field advantage until the Super Bowl, here are five issues that the team must remedy.

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