Amid all the buzz about offensive playmakers and young studs following the first week of preseason action, one of the most impressive defensive units slid mostly under the radar.
"I think (the Seahawks) really found out that they had some problems to answer,'' said Broncos defensive end Kenny Anunike, via ESPN.com. " ...Because you can't block us all. That's a testament to Coach Wade's defense in the 3-4. It gives you the ability to disguise, so you can disguise the pressure. You never know who's coming.''
Yes, Seattle has issues to settle along the offensive line, but that shouldn't slow the optimism that Denver could deploy a dominant defense in 2015. Heck, DeMarcus Ware didn't even play and they still notched seven sacks.
With Ray in the rotation and a more pressure-friendly scheme under Phillips, the Broncos pass rush should be beastly and could carry Denver deep into January.