Broncos not perfect but in first place

By: AP Sports Email
By: AP Sports Email

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) -- John Fox made an appearance on the big screen at Broncos headquarters.

Then, he went back to his living room and let the interim coach, Jack Del Rio, dissect the good and bad from Denver's latest victory.

The Broncos head coach, recovering from heart surgery back home in North Carolina, met with the team for about 10 minutes on a video chat Monday in what Del Rio described as a lively pick-me-up for the Broncos, who have been without their coach since early this month.

Del Rio did as good a Fox impression as he could while discussing Denver's 27-17 victory over Kansas City -- saying there were lots of positives but enough negatives to keep the Broncos focused with New England and a rematch with Kansas City coming up.


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