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Broncos Vs. Bills: No Turnover Within Denver's Offensive Line This Season

The Denver Broncos have started the same five offensive linemen in every game this season, and it's the only team in the NFL to do so. Offensive coordinator Mike McCoy is pleased with the way they've progressed throughout the regular season:

"They’ve gotten better every week," offensive coordinator Mike McCoy said. "That’s something that is going to take time coming together with the limited practices we had going into the season. Like everybody else in this league, we are going to grow and keep going."

That continuity could be one reason why the team has been able to successfully modify its offense to adapt to Tim Tebow's strengths. The Broncos lead the NFL with 163.1 rushing yards per game.

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