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Yet again these guys were on display on Sunday afternoon.
Once again, these guys showed how much of a threat they are when it pertains to receiving the football.
Ball led the Broncos in receiving yards for the game with 42 yards on two receptions. He had a 38-yard reception, which led to the Broncos' first touchdown of the game. Moreno likewise had a solid game in his few drives of play, catching a nice pass in the flats on his way to an 18 yard pass reception. He had two catches for 26 yards.
Having said that, Moreno yet again showed how mediocre of a running threat he is. He ran for 16 yards on five touches.
Moreno's track record of running the football goes a little like this. He'll have a run for about two yards, have a nice run for about four yards, have a run of about no gain and then run the ball for another two or three yards. It's nice when you have a solid run, but when you have a solid run once every four carries, you simply can't be a starting back in the NFL.
Ball had one carry, and we already know that he's a little bit limited when it comes to running the football.
The Broncos have to make a decision on whether they want to keep Moreno or Ball. Both are solid in pass protection and can make plays in the open. When it comes to running the football, they don't provide any threat.
Hence, this neutral grade.
Winners and Losers: Knowshon Moreno and Lance Ball