Poll: Who should start at running back for Denver Broncos?
DENVER — One thing fans are wondering as the Denver Broncos enter the final week of the preseason is who will end up being the team’s starting running back?
For the second straight game, Ronnie Hillman fumbled a ball that resulted in a defensive player picking it up and running it for a touchdown.
Rookie Montee Ball is showing a lot of promise, especially in tough, short-yardage situations.
Knowshon Moreno has shown improvement since the beginning of last season.
Hillman was playing with the 2nd group at practice Monday, but head coach John Fox said not to make too much of that.
There has been talk among some commentators in Denver about how much the running game even matters if the Broncos’ offense plays at the incredible speed it showed Saturday in the 27-26 win against the Rams.
A second round of cuts is coming Tuesday. The team has to drop to 53 players by Saturday.