ENGLEWOOD Max Garcia Color Rush Jersey , Colo. (AP) — With the Denver Broncos getting steamrolled by the New York Jets last week, rookie receiver Courtland Sutton turned to teammates on the sideline and vowed to play hard until the very end.He fulfilled that promise by running the length of the field to wrangle down safety Marcus Maye at the 1-yard line and prevent an end-of-game pick-6.Sutton, who caught his first touchdown pass as a pro in the first quarter of Denver’s 34-16 loss, was Case Keenum’s target in the end zone on the final play of the game.The ball was batted around and ended up in hands of Maye, who took off down the sideline.“I had already told everybody on the sideline there ain’t no quit offensively and defensively,” Sutton said. “There was no quit. We were going to fight to the end no matter what the score was. And I was going to give everything I had until the clock said zero-zero-zero.”Maye chugged his way through would-be tacklers for a 104-yard interception return.He needed 105.“That’s a pride play,” Broncos linebacker Todd Davis said. “The last thing you ever want to do is let another team score.”“I think everybody on the sideline knew that there was no quit in me,” said Sutton, whose stop at the 1-yard line left Maye with the longest interception return without a score in NFL history.Maye, who was playing in just his second game since missing most of training camp and the preseason while dealing with ankle and foot injuries, buried his helmet in the turf after getting tackled just shy of the goal line while teammate Parry Nickerson patted him on the back.Neither Maye, who ran a total of 140.7 yards on the return, according to NFL Next Gen Stats, nor Sutton said anything to each other after the play.“Nah, I know he was tired because I was tired,” Sutton said. “So, I just kind of laid there like catch your breath a little bit.”Sutton’s heart and hustle weren’t lost on his teammates.“It shows a lot about who he is, and I really appreciate that Bradley Chubb Jersey ,” Keenum said. “Not just what happened on the play, but just the type of guy he is. I’ll line up and go fight with those guys any day.”The Broncos are going to need some resiliency as they try to snap their three-game skid Sunday when they host the Rams (5-0) .“This is a game we know we can win against a team that nobody feels we can beat,” Davis said.A forecast that calls for snow and temperatures in the lower 20s might also help slow LA’s dynamic offense featuring Jared Goff, who leads the league with 1,727 yards passing, and Todd Gurley, who tops the NFL with seven TD runs.“That’s what we do here in Denver, man, we love the cold,” nose tackle Domata Peko said. “We practiced all week in it, so hopefully these sunny LA boys come out here and see how cold it is.”Special teams coordinator Tom McMahon said the Broncos “got lucky on Wednesday and had the blizzard, so I think the guys are ready for that. We got the same day Wednesday that I hope we get on Sunday, and we played through it pretty well.”That was not a blizzard.“To me it was,” McMahon said. “The snowflakes were taller than me coming down.”Sutton was impressed, too.That “was the first time I’ve ever played in snow,” Sutton said. “It was a lot of fun. Everybody from up north they were laughing at me, telling me I needed to calm down. But I thought it was a lot of fun. I thought it was cool.” With the Denver Broncos and the Cleveland Browns still in the hunt for those final playoff spots, this Saturday night matchup is set to be extremely important. We sat down with Dawgs By Nature’s Chris Pokorny to discuss this important game under the lights of Broncos Stadium at Mile High.And awayyy we go!1) You guys have seen a revolving door of quarterback for a long https://www.broncosfanstore.com/Andy-Janovich-Jersey , long time. What have you seen from Baker Mayfield to make you believe the Browns have finally found their guy?Scott R. Galvin-USA TODAY SportsChris Pokorny: With the way the guy has been playing the last month, he looks like a Top 5 quarterback in the NFL already. The leadership factor is already there, and it isn’t forced: he already has the entire team, coaching staff, and fanbase gravitating to him. His on-field play backs it up. His completion percentage has taken a big leap since the firing of Hue Jackson and Todd Haley. New offensive coordinator Freddie Kitchens has in the zone with his playbook, and the offensive line has been remarkable in the past month, allowing just 1 sack in Mayfield’s last four games. He hasn’t faced a pass-rushing duo like Von Miller-Bradley Chubb -- combined, they have combined for 25.5 sacks, so that doesn’t sound like an issue, right?2) After holding the Houston Texans’ pass rush to zero sacks a couple weeks ago, what do you expect Denver will try to do differently? How do you think the Browns will counter?John Glaser-USA TODAY SportsChris Pokorny: The Browns’ interior has been very strong over the past two months, so the tackles are the weaker spots. Left tackle Greg Robinson and right tackle Chris Hubbard have been stable, which I think is the best word to describe them. The Texans comparison is a good one, but I think the Broncos’ rush is superior up front. Cleveland will negate the rush through the same game plan they’ve used the past month: quick decisions from Baker Mayfield, and some late dump-off screen passes when a blitz is coming from the edge.3) Injuries to both teams are going to give us a glimpse of some players in positions they’re not completely used to. Is there anyone on the Browns you expect step up in a big way?Ken Blaze-USA TODAY SportsChris Pokorny: The Browns’ main injury is the concussion for rookie CB Denzel Ward. Our defense had a taste of what life was like without him last week with respect to the secondary. The guy I expect to continue stepping up is C JC Tretter. Tretter has had a lingering ankle injury for about 2-3 months now, and he continues playing through it at a relatively high level. Last week, he tweaked it during the game, so the backup center started practicing snaps. By the time the Browns got the ball again Matt Paradis Color Rush Jersey , Tretter taped up his ankle and finished the game strong. 4) Continuing with matchups, are there any that you’re particularly worried about?Isaiah J. Downing-USA TODAY SportsChris Pokorny: I am worried about what Phillip Lindsay will do to the Browns’ run defense. I know the 49ers bottled him up a bit last week, but his yards per attempt average is tops in the NFL. The Browns have the talent individually to make plays in the backfield, but collectively, there are still some issues at one of the defensive end spots and outside linebacker when it comes to containing the run. I think Gregg Williams would be wise to send extra defenders to cover Keenum and Lindsay, while the rest of the defense focuses on what they are good at: having enough plays of short gains be run that eventually, an overthrown, tipped pass, missed field goal, etc will lead to a turnover on downs.5) Playoffs or not, would you consider this to be a successful season for the Browns? What do you feel needs to be addressed in order for them to rise to the “next level” of play?Photo by David Maxwell/Getty ImagesChris Pokorny: Yes, this is a successful season for the Browns. The home finale is next week, and the town is buzzing with people wanting to go to the game. That hasn’t happened for a Browns finale in who knows how long. The team will face a challenge of finding the right head coach, but I think Gregg Williams and Freddie Kitchens can both keep their jobs Cleveland wins out. Next year, Cleveland could still use a true, No. 1 receiver. But their biggest weakness is at one of the defensive tackle spots. If that player was a run stuffer, then the rest of the game would be far more challenging for opposing offenses to run the ball.BONUS: Score prediction?Chris Pokorny: I like the Browns to take advantage of the Broncos’ injuries at cornerback to win a tight prime-time game 23-20.