Robert Ayers at end a good start for Broncos' pass rush - The Denver Post:
Denver Post writer, Jeff Legwold explains: "The Broncos got two sacks from left defensive end Robert Ayers last week — one of those coming when he flipped to right defensive end and overwhelmed Pittsburgh Steelers left tackle Max Starks. If Ayers can continue his move up the developmental curve, the Broncos have a chance for a must-have component for any defense to consistently rattle quarterbacks.
'I think Robert had one of his best games (against the Steelers),' Broncos defensive coordinator Dennis Allen said Wednesday. He added: 'Robert, as the year has gone on, he's grown up, he's grown up as a man, grown up as a player, he's gotten better as we've gone on. I would expect that to continue.'"
Robert Ayers was given new life this season, when yet another new defensive coordinator came into Denver and coupled with a defensive minded head coach in John Fox, he has had his best season in the pros. Some regarded him earlier in his career as a bust, but this season he has proven the critics wrong making great strides in the pass rush.
He has been a force all season long.
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