A seven-goal haul to Coleman Medal leader Josh Kennedy has saved West Coast from embarrassment in the AFL western derby, but theyll need more stars to stand tall if they are to negotiate a brutal end to the home-and-away season.Fremantle threatened to cause a derby boilover on Sunday after opening up a 15-point lead midway through the second term.The Dockers had dominated the contest until that point, but West Coast booted nine of the next 10 goals to run out 17.8 (110) to 9.10 (64) winners in front of 36,215 fans.Kennedy won the Ross Glendinning Medal as best on ground.His match-winning haul took his season tally to 67 - six goals before Sydneys Lance Franklin and Gold Coasts Tom Lynch in the race for the AFLs Coleman Medal.Kennedys three goals in the third quarter proved crucial as the Eagles killed off Fremantles challenge.The win moved West Coast (13-6) into sixth spot on the ladder, and guaranteed they will play finals football for a second straight year.But with games against premiership fancies GWS (away), Hawthorn (home), and Adelaide (away) to round out the season, West Coast face an uphill battle to earn a home final.Well know where were at in three weeks heading into the finals, Simpson said of the tough run home.Eagles ruckman Nic Naitanui tallied seven disposals, 26 hit-outs and a goal in his first game back from achilles tendon surgery.More important, he finished the game unscathed, with the 2012 All-Australian shaping as a key cog in West Coasts bid to cause some damage in the finals.But Simpson couldnt help but feel a tad worried by his teams lethargic start to the match.Luckily for the Eagles, Kennedy took a series of big marks and booted some clutch goals to help lift the side to victory.Hes a tremendous leader for us, Simpson said.He got on the end of a couple today and he stood up in big moments. He makes others better around him.Fremantle (3-16) remain mired to 16th spot on the ladder.But their performance was much better than last weeks 90-point loss to Sydney.Dockers ruckman Aaron Sandilands, playing his first match since breaking several ribs in round three, made a strong start before fading to finish with 12 disposals and 23 hit-outs.Fremantle utility Tom Sheridan racked up 16 disposals and two goals while keeping West Coast ball magnet Andrew Gaff to just 19 touches and a late goal in a strong tagging effort.I thought Tommy Sheridans job on Gaff was outstanding, Dockers coach Ross Lyon said.(Gaff) racked up a few cheapies late, but I thought (Sheridan) was really good.And it was a great return from Aaron. He had real influence, and that will only get more pronounced as he plays more.Dockers forward Michael Walters could come under scrutiny for his high bump on Eagles midfielder Matt Priddis. 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Obviously we still made a lot of mistakes and nothing is perfect.He rattled off a list of things that had been a nemesis for us, such as winning the line of scrimmage, maintaining that dominant defense for four quarters and having red zone success on both sides of the ball.We still had some penalties, but we did overcome penalties better, Kubiak said. I think the consistency of what took place, hopefully we can grow from that.The Broncos ran for nearly 200 yards and limited Osweiler to 131 yards in the air in their 27-9 victory that ended a two-game losing streak.Theyre hoping Houston is a harbinger, too.They figure if they can keep running like this, theyll finally force opponents to send help to the line of scrimmage, setting up more opportunities like Emmanuel Sanders and Demaryius Thomas had as the game went along.Emmanuel and D.T. always make big plays when they get opportunities, Kubiak said. Its going to be important. If we can run the ball, then we can give them a chance to go against some single coverage.C.J. Anderson rumbled for 107 yards and a TD in his first 100-yard game before Halloween in his four-year career and Devontae Booker ran for 83 yards and scored his first touchdown after Kubiak said the rookie had earned a bigger role.Me and Book, if we can keep this 1-2 punch thing going and help our defense out, we can definitely go as far as we want to, Anderson said.Denvers defense has played well all year but theyve had a habit of dawdling. After allowing 34 points on the opponents first or second series, they held the Texans to three-and-outs on their first two drives.Osweiler kept getting rid of the ball like it were a game of hot potato and avoided the big hits that most QBs endure against Von Miller & Co. 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Not only has he missed every game since breaking his right forearm against Indianapolis on Sept. 18 but he said he returned home Monday night to discover hed been burglarized .A person with knowledge of the situation told The Associated Press that Wares Super Bowl 50 ring was stolen. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because the team isnt discussing details of the burglary and the players were off Tuesday.Ware said on Twitter that hes more concerned about his safety than material possessions and is grateful for hidden cameras.Denver police spokesman Doug Schepman said the break-in was reported early Tuesday and police are looking for two men who stole undisclosed valuables. They tweeted photos of the suspects taken from the hidden cameras.FAN DIES: The Broncos said the team and Stadium Management Co. were reviewing a fans fatal fall from a railing after the game Monday night and will continue to maintain all necessary safety measures for our fans. 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