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Despite the Denver Broncos taking their second straight blowout loss, there were some players who stood out amongst the ugliness. With the Broncos reeling, these bright spots deserve credit for leaving it all on the field.

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During the final drive for Oakland, second-year safety Justin Simmons went up and snagged the ball out of the hands of a waiting Amari Cooper at its highest possible point, ending the game and sending the Denver Broncos into the bye week with a 3-1 record.

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Down 24-21, Los Angeles Chargers’ rookie kicker Younghoe Koo had a chance to tie the game as time expired and he nailed it… Just one problem, Broncos head coach Vance Joseph called timeout. Enter the man who was given only a futures contract in the spring, No. 96, Shelby Harris.

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After taking a 4-3 lead in the seventh inning, Nolan Arenado came to the plate and made sure the lead was protected. With an 0-1 count, Arenado blasted a three-run shot into the left center field stands to put the Rockies up 7-3.

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Chris Lewis-Harris, No. 39, found himself beat on the play when 49ers quarterback Brian Hoyer connected with Marquise Goodwin but Goodwin could not haul it in and Lewis-Harris made an acrobatic interception, ripping it away from Goodwin for his first pick in Orange & Blue.

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