NFL 2012 Week 3 - Houston Texans (2-0) vs Denver Broncos (1-1) - 1st Half - Madden '13 - HD
All-Madden CPU Simulation + Game Preview in Description! Preview and link, bleacherreport.com The Denver Broncos are coming off of their first loss of the Peyton Manning era, losing 27-21 to the Atlanta Falcons at the Georgia Dome. It was a rough outing, and it was made worse by the fact that Manning threw three interceptions on Denver's first three drives, only to have Knowshon Moreno end the first quarter with a fumble of his own to make it four Denver turnovers in the first quarter alone. The Broncos would rebound from their slow start to nearly complete their comeback, being one Julio Jones conversion away from potentially winning the game. The Broncos (1-1) enter their Sunday matchup with the Houston Texans (2-0) at home at Sports Authority Field at Mile High. The Texans are widely considered to be one of the best teams in the NFL, and they're considered one of the favorites to represent the AFC in the Super Bowl this year. Here is where Sunday's game will be won or lost. The Texans have emerging superstar JJ Watt at defensive end. Watt has three sacks coming from the 3-4 end position and has already has batted down numerous passes. Watt will put the heat on Manning; the Broncos need to have running backs and tight ends running underneath the coverage so Manning doesn't have to take unneeded risk. Manning is learning what he can and can't do from a physical standpoint, and the Texans, like the Falcons, might try to bait him to throw deep. Expect the Broncos to start <b>...</b>
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