Mike Klis, 9NEWS Broncos Insider 5:50 p.m. MST November 25, 2015Nov 15, 2015; Denver, CO, USA; Denver Broncos defensive coordinator Wade Phillips before the game against the Kansas City Chiefs at Sports Authority Field at Mile High.(Photo: Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports)ENGLEWOOD—Wade Phillips was going on and on like he usually does during his weekly press conference about how great an opponent the Denver Broncos are about to face.The only difference this time was he wasn’t exaggerating.These are the undefeated New England Patriots whom the Broncos are facing this Sunday night (9NEWS, 6:30 p.m. kickoff) at Sports Authority Field at Mile High.”Besides going against one of the all-time best quarterbacks in the league and all-time best coaches in the league,” Phillips said in reference to Tom Brady and Bill Belichick to begin his presser.He continued on, comparing these 10-0 Patriots to the 16-0 Patriots of 2007 and 17-0, including the postseason, Miami Dolphins of 1972.Phillips mentioned how the Patriots rank No. 1 in the league in passing and scoring defense.And then Phillips flipped a switch and went from woe-is-us coach to pep rally motivational speaker.”That’s going to be a real challenge for us, but we’re really looking forward to it,” Phillips said. “We are really looking forward to it. Our fans, our team and I think everybody is excited about it. We’re going to go out and play the best that we can play against a great football team.”Ware wanted by WadeBroncos head coach Gary Kubiak sounded as if Broncos’ pass-rushing linebacker DeMarcus Ware had little chance of playing against the Patriots. Phillips was more hopeful.Ware didn’t practice Wednesday, which is not a good sign for playing this week considering he sat out the previous two games – and three of the past five – with a back injury.Still, this is a must win game for the Broncos if they’re going to have any chance of overtaking the Patriots for the No. 1 playoff seed. And Ware is a must player for such a must game.Phillips was direct when asked how his defense has done without Ware, who still leads the team with 6.5 sacks.”Not as well,” Phillips said. “The other guys have come in and done a good job. We still have a good pass rush and we still play good run defense with those guys, but anytime you lose a guy like DeMarcus— … – Click Here To Visit Article Source