5 Fixes for the Denver Broncos After Playoff Loss

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5 Fixes for the Denver Broncos After Playoff Loss
Chris Humphreys-USA TODAY Sports
Even as the AFC's top seed, Denver fell at home in overtime.

Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos became the biggest upset of the 2013 NFL playoffs.

Falling to Ray Lewis and the Baltimore Ravens 38-35 in double overtime, it's clear the Broncos have plenty room for improvement.

Whether it's pass defense or winning the turnover battle, Denver struggled with numerous opportunities to put the game away. Resiliency was consistent throughout the duration of 2012's regular season, but it did not appear in January.

The end result is a brief postseason showing and a long offseason to ponder what might have been.

And the need to fix the weak spots before the 2013 season kicks off is without question, especially with Super Bowl expectations still relevant.

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