The Denver Broncos and the NFL's Most Run Heavy Offenses of All-Time

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The Denver Broncos and the NFL's Most Run Heavy Offenses of All-Time
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The 2011 Denver Broncos are running the ball. Oh I know, the Philadelphia Eagles and Houston Texans are ahead of them statistically.

But take a look at this:

Through the first four weeks of the season, the Broncos had rushed for just 347 yards as a team. That is about 87 yards per game

Enter Tim Tebow and a revamped offense.

In the past five weeks, the Broncos have totaled 1077 rushing yards. That is 215 yards per game. That puts them on track for over 2500 yards for the season.

The Broncos are a running football team.

There have been great running teams in the past but we may not know them as well because running the ball well doesn't always equal wins.

Whether it was one player or a run-by-committee system, let's look at some of the best running football teams of all time.

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