Sixteen and zero aren't the only numbers being chased in Denver these days. Despite subpar performances the last two weeks, Terrell Davis still has a good chance to become just the fourth back to reach 2,000 yards in a season. With 1,654, all he must do is maintain his 127.2-yards-per-game average in the Broncos' final three games—two of them against defenses that are among the league's worst. To break Eric Dickerson's mark of 2,105 yards, Davis needs to average 150.7. Here's how Denver's remaining opponents stack up against the run and how Davis has fared against the NFL's best and worst ground defenses.
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