DENVER (AP) – Von Miller led Bill Belichick after the victory & # 39; of & # 39 24-17; Denver Broncos over the Pittsburgh Steelers.
He finished sixth in his answers its conference poker news watch after saying, is "on Cincinnati '.
The Broncos f & # 39; blow (5-6) visit the sliding Bengals (5-6), who have lost five of six, the next weekend in & # 39; which took quite a difficult schedule the rest faced s & # 39; now.
When he came in Week 12, the Broncos had the most stringent schedule league with & # 39; their opponents connecting track & # 39; 66-46-1 for a winning percentage of & # 39; .588 winning.
After a hard hanging against heavy draw of the tournament, having lost 12 points along with Heads (twice), Rams and Texans, the Broncos have removed six winners stripes & # 39; six matches Chargers and Steelers.
On Sunday, they gave the Steelers (7-3-1) their first loss since September and only their second in the last 18 road games & # 39; regular season when the nose dealt Shelby Harris caught the pass & # 39; 2 yard of & # 39; Ben Roethlisberger to Antonio Brown in the end zone & # 39; a little over a minute remaining.
"It was a victory & # 39; a great team," Miller mono-toned. "On to Cincinnati."
The Steelers were third consecutive opponent to bring winning streak & # 39; at least five games in their combination with & # 39; Denver, and although Roethlisberger threw for 462 yards, the Broncos had four & # 39; takeaways.
Will Parks saved a touchdown by putting the ball outside the area & # 39; end as tight end. Xavier Grimble was going to score on a catch and run & # 39; 24 yard. Chris Harris Jr. intercept a pass intended for Antonio Brown. Bradley Roby and Darian Stewart, burned on the TD catch & # 39; 97 yard & # 39; Juju Smith Schuster, joined to get the ball to James Connor returns.
And Shelby Harris welcomed & # 39; the night with his first career interception 48 hours after missing practice to attend the birth of his daughter.
"We have a big win today, win & # 39; a great team", said Miller, off & # 39; forward, seemingly without emotion. "Shelby had an incredible day. But it is on Cincinnati."
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers of & # 39; 1976 were the last team to face the kind of & # 39; test & # 39; three game made only Broncos, who showed 0-14 season with & # 39; loss to the Raiders, Steelers and Patriots b & # 39; average & # 39; 40-10.
And the Broncos are the first team since the 2005 Steelers to surpass consecutive stripes & # 39; at least six games at the weekend.
The Broncos nearly swept their three opponents red
"We have", said safety Darian Stewart. "We have."
Brandon McManus did not exceed aim & # 39; field of & # 39; 51 yard when the time expired against Texans, allowing Houston 19-17 escape before bouncing back last week to beat the Chargers on the purpose of the camp as time expired.
Chris Harris Jr. said the Broncos are tested by flames and ready to press against a timetable to accelerate considerably.
The four & # 39; their next opponents – Cincinnati, San Francisco, Oakland and Cleveland – are combined before the end of 13-30-1 against the Chargers 8-3, which won last week.
"We want to where we are," said Stewart. "We played the best of the best all year. We've the most difficult schedule in the league and these guys have fought. We have built for this. This defense is built to stop anyone in & # 39; this league.
"You saw the game last week with & # 39; L.A. And K.C., all those items offered," Stewart said the explosion & # 39; 104 points teams had an average of only & # 39; 26 points against Denver. "This defense is constant and we will win."
Miller tied a career high by extending the band of his sack for six straight games.
"We had a great defense," said Miller. "We played great offense. Great team win.
"It's over Cincinnati."
By Arnie STAPLETON, AP Pro Football Writer
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