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Steve Atwater is a second-time finalist for the Pro Football Hall of Fame [url=http://www.thebroncosfootballauthentic.com/courtland-sutton-jersey-authentic]Womens Courtland Sutton Jersey[/url] , and while many of the voting sports writers may see him as a long-shot because his career doesnt have the same stats as other safeties - notably that of Ed Reed who is also among this years 15 finalists - Atwaters career in the NFL should not be seen as a long-shot for the Hall of Fame.It should be seen as a model for it.As Alex Marvez, one of the voting PFHOF sportswriters and a former Broncos beat reporter for the Rocky Mountain News, Atwater was the key to Denvers defense.Atwater was its enforcer.With Steve, he was a sledgehammer on defense. He set the tempo for what Denver was doing even before I started covering the team, Marvez told denverbroncos.com last week. Were still talking to this day about his hit on Christian Okoye as one of the most devastating plays in the history of the NFL. That speaks volume about Steve Atwater. You think about when he wiped out three guys in the final minute of Super Bowl XXXII to help preserve the victory for the Broncos. That was a play that were never going to forget.As we have pointed out over and over and over in this series, Atwater never let up, and even if his hits werent always as devastating as the one to the Nigerian Nightmare, they always set a tone and a message to the other team - Broncos are not backing down.Atwater was also tough as nails - after all, he felt the impact of his own hits as much as the other guy.He was a model of consistency, he played through injuries, Marvez said. It didnt matter. He just set the tempo for a defense that was pretty darn good.Marvez said he always referred to Atwater as future Hall-of-Famer Steve Atwater when writing about him, and he still stands by that.I really believed that, he said. I was young. I didnt feel though that I was being out of turn, because I just thought I was seeing real greatness for a guy who just brought so much to the game, so much to his team.Thats why Atwaters career - which he finished 20 years ago - should be the standard for the NFL Hall of Fame.Atwater not only had multiple Pro Bowl seasons, not only was named to the first-team All Decade Team for the 1990s [url=http://www.thebroncosfootballauthentic.com/bradley-roby-jersey-authentic]Youth Bradley Roby Jersey[/url] , he was the lynchpin for his unit the years he played. Despite all of John Elways and Terrell Davis heroics in Super Bowl XXXII, the Broncos dont win that Super Bowl without Steve Atwater. And the Broncos dont have a dominant team those Super Bowl years without No. 27.He was a leader, he set the standard. Not just for the Broncos, but also for all NFL safeties.Steve Atwater doesnt just deserve the Hall of Fame at some point. He deserves it this year.Broncos 27, Seahawks 24: Plenty of game ball worthy performances in Week 1 The Denver Broncos took the win from the Seattle Seahawks late overcoming several offensive mistakes to secure a 27-24 victory. While the offense wasnt pretty at times, they did move the ball at will and the defense sacked Russell Wilson a whooping six times in this game.With the Orange Rush defense harassing and hitting Wilson all game long, it was only a matter of time for them to take over the game. Von Miller did just that with three second-half sacks and a forced fumble. Wilson looked hurried even when he wasnt, which put the Broncos secondary in position to make a lot of plays.Overall it was a great team win. One which saw the team rally after an offensive turnover rather than wilt under it. Here are our game balls for this great Week 1 start!Case KeenumCase Keenum did have 3 interceptions. Those happened and were disappointing, but outside of those, Keenum was solid. He finished with 329 yards and 3 touchdowns. He threaded the needle for a pretty touchdown to Demaryius Thomas late in the game to make for his turnovers during the game. He needs to clean up his issues, but he showed he can put up points for the Broncos offense. - Scotty PayneVon MillerVon Miller was a force of nature in this game. Hes arguably the NFLs best defensive player and showed the NFL that he can still absolutely ruin a team. He wrapped up the day with 3 sacks with 2 forced fumbles and an assist on a late game Chris Harris Jr. sack that he wont get any statistical credit for. - SadaraineDemaryius ThomasDemaryius Thomas finished second on the day behind Sanders who had 10 receptions for 135 yards and a touchdown, but Thomas was solid and was open a lot more than his final stat-line of 6 receptions for 63 yards and touchdown shows. He had several miscues early on with Keenum, with on resulting in an interception. However, the reason DT gets a game ball from me was how he kept fighting through it and by late in the game he seemed to be making those Larry Fitzgerald like receptions that kept the sticks moving at the most critical of times, capping things off with a toe tapped touchdown reception to put the Broncos up for the final time. Its good to see Thomas and Sanders feasting once more. - Tim LynchEmmanuel SandersEmmanuel Sanders is looking to be the offenses version of Von Miller, aka the game wrecker. 10 catches for 135 yards and a TD is a significant tone to set. If Keenum can calm down and stay focused [url=http://www.thebroncosfootballauthentic.com/bradley-chubb-jersey-authentic]Womens Bradley Chubb Jersey[/url] , Im predicting Sanders shatters season records the way Von Miller is about to. Sanders is Pro Bowl bound. His new role in this offense fits him to a T. 1,300 Yards and 12+ TDs are easily attainable. - Pete BaronJustin SimmonsSeven months ago Justin Simmons set sail on something that was impossible for him last year an All Pro season. Denver will ask and has asked all kinds of things of Simmons that would be considered out of scope for a safety such as playing nickle cornerback or dime backer, but on Simmons first stop of his All Pro tour he had four tackles, one pass defended and one interception on a day that saw him swap his position in and out, but found him near every play. - Ian HensonPhillip LindsayWatching Phillip Lindsay was a treat for Coloradoans. He was the best option on the field for most of the game. His touchdown catch and run was a thing of beauty in the first quarter. He and Royce Freeman had the same rushing totals, but Lindsay was active all over the field. He even had a tackle on special teams. He will be a huge weapon this year, and if you are a Colorado native like myself, it will be a lot of fun to watch a local kid wearing a legends number being a great player. The rookies are good. Lindsay was great. - Adam MalnatiAdam JonesOne of the biggest concerns of Broncos Country, and holes on Denvers roster was 3rd cornerback and a reliable return man. Enter Adam Jones who filled both of those slots.Jones looked solid in the return game and had a nice return early in the game that was called back by a penalty.But his play at corner was even more important. You didnt hear his name called much, because he was locking his man down. Von Miller can thank Jones for at least one of his sacks as Pacman took away Wilsons target, causing him to pull it down.For a major concern heading into the season to be a non-issue in this game is huge for the Denver secondary. Jones is an under the radar late pickup that will likely be one of Denvers most clever moves this offseason. - Jeff EssaryJohn ElwayJohn Elway. For Draft Class 2018 and Free Agency 2018. So many contributors in todays win. - Laurie Lattimore-VolkmannOffensive LineThe biggest question for Denvers offense this entire offseason was the guys upfront. After the first game of the season, that is no longer a question. The Broncos rushed for 146 yards on 32 carries. What showed me the offensive line is up to the task this season is when the team needed it most, Denver was able to run the ball. Freeman and Lindsay each had big runs that allowed the Broncos to flip field position and pin Seattle in its own end to all but end the game. Even better? The line allowed one sack. - Ian St. ClairWho gets your game ball? Share in the comments section below.
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