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Dec 3, 2017; Miami Gardens, FL, USA; Denver Broncos free safety Bradley Roby (29) forces Miami Dolphins wide receiver Kenny Stills (10) to fumble the ball during the second half at Hard Rock Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports

The Broncos lost their eighth straight game in Miami last week, but there were bright spots — Justin Simmons’ pick-six and Bradley Roby’s outstanding all-around performance starting in the place of Aqib Talib, who was suspended for Sunday’s game.

Woods discussed Simmons’ efforts, praising the second-year safety. “He did a great job. We put a lot of pressure on him — we had a couple different packages ready to go, but our main package was to play him at the nickel position,” he said. “He was covering [Jarvis Landry], he was covering [Kenny Stills], all those guys, and he did a great job.”

Regarding Roby, who had four tackles, three passes defensed and forced a fumble from Stills that Roby recovered, Woods’ praise was ebullient. “That fumble recovery, he forced — that’s what we’ve been doing in practice, so it’s good to see him take it from the practice field to the game. He did some impressive things.”

Click here to listen to the full press conference with Joe Woods, including what he had to say about the health of Domata Peko, or watch the video below.

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