There are many things that have gone right for the Denver Broncos in 2013.
But there have been negative aspects to the season as well, including giving up a 24-0 lead in New England and a dismal home performance against San Diego.
The loss to the Chargers may have given the rest of the league a blueprint on how to beat the Broncos.
However, the biggest issue facing Denver seems to be the amount of injuries piling up as the season wears on. If Denver is going to make a run at the Super Bowl, they will have to do so without the services of some key players.
The Broncos were able to overcome injuries to their offensive line early in the season as Dan Koppen went down in training camp, and Ryan Clady was lost for the season in Week 2.
Manny Ramirez and Chris Clark have done an adequate job in replacing them.
Recently, the team has lost several players that could severely impact its hope of a Super Bowl victory. Many of these injuries have been to players on the much-maligned defense.
How can the Broncos continue their winning ways in light of these injuries? Click forward to find out.