Shelby Harris continues to be a bright spot in dim Broncos seas

  • The Denver Broncos’ 2017 season continues to reach new lows, while one Broncos defender continues to see his value rise the more time he’s on the field.

    Sunday’s 35-9 loss to the Miami Dolphins marked the eighth in a row for the Broncos.

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    Harris continued his stellar season with another outstanding performance on Sunday. He finished the day with four tackles (three solo) and one sack, two tackles for loss and two QB hits in addition to giving Dolphins’ quarterback Jay Cutler fits all day.

    Harris saw increased reps with both nose tackle Domata Peko (knee) and defensive end Derek Wolfe (neck) out for the week. Entering the game Harris had played just under 50 percent of Denver’s defensive snaps.

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    A flu bug made its way through the Broncos locker room ahead of their trip to Miami, and it hit the defensive side of the ball particularly hard. You likely couldn’t tell. Despite another pathetic showing for the offense, like always,womens Cordrea Tankersley Jerseythe defense,womens Jacoby Brissett Jersey, did their best to keep the Broncos in the game.

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    Harris is in the middle of the best season of his three-year career. It just so happens that he’s a part of the Broncos worst season in a long time. Prior to Sunday, 2.5 sacks and a blocked field goal that essentially won Denver their Week 1 matchup against the Los Angeles Chargers., Harris had 23 tackles

    Harris continued his stellar season with another outstanding performance on Sunday. He finished the day with four tackles (three solo) and one sack, two tackles for loss and two QB hits in addition to giving Dolphins’ quarterback Jay Cutler fits all day.

    Harris saw increased reps with both nose tackle Domata Peko (knee) and defensive end Derek Wolfe (neck) out for the week. Entering the game Harris had played just under 50 percent of Denver’s defensive snaps.

    A restricted free agent in 2018, then certainly somewhere else., Harris has done more than enough to earn himself a job in 2018. If not in Denver