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The No Fly Zone is a nickname bestowed in 2015 upon the Denver Broncos' prolific defensive secondary. During the 2015 NFL season, the No Fly Zone became the core of one of the best defenses in league history, as the Broncos stormed through the playoffs to seize the 50th Super Bowl championship.
The inaugural year of the No Fly Zone, the Broncos defense allowed only one 300-yard passer all season, Ben Roethlisberger in week 15, on the road. The performance of the No Fly Zone lead to some victories of the Denver Broncos, e. g. in Week 1, 2, 4, 5 and in the AFC Championship Game.
The Broncos finished the 2016 season as the league's number one pass defense for the second straight year.
2015: 199.6 yds allowed per game. || 2016: 185.8 yds allowed per game.
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