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Denver Broncos linebacker Danny Trevathan had pretty much the simplest of explanations for foolishly dropping the ball right before the end zone in his would be pick-six. "It was a young mistake. I was just in the moment," Trevathan said, via the Broncos' official website.
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Not quite yet. Although the game was incredible feat getting a little revenge on the Super Bowl champions, which entailed the 49-27 score, the most the Baltimore Ravens have ever given up in a game, there were a lot of “rookie” mistakes that still need to be resolved before the Broncos can be considered a Super Bowl caliber team, although they are one of the top contenders...
Sid Luckman, Adrian Burk, George Blanda, YA Tittle, Joe Kapp, and Peyton Manning. That's the exclusive list of NFL quarterbacks who have thrown 7 touchdowns in a single game. Thursday's opener wasn't all about lightning delays and boneheaded plays. Peyton Manning blitzed the defending champion Baltimore Ravens last night by going 27/42 for 462 yards and a record...
Here are four fantasy revelations from the Broncos' 49-27 thumping of the Ravens on Thursday, which included an NFL-record-tying performance from Peyton Manning.
1. Even in hindsight, it's hard to feel guilty about Manning's No. 8 ranking for the week
Of his nine previous season openers, Manning (462 yards passing, seven TDs vs. Baltimore) had thrown for 2,529 yards...
Broncos LB Danny Trevathan picked off a Joe Flacco pass in the 4th last night ... and then dropped it showboating like a clown. [h/t NY Post]
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Yeah, she isn't wearing anything more--or less--than what cheerleaders always do; maybe it is just the close proximity of the shot, the lucky timing for the cameraman, or simply the fact that this lovely young lady has one very nice rump.
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Julius Thomas was one of the players fantasy owners had their eye on entering the Denver Broncos’ season-opening game against the Baltimore Ravens on Thursday night, and he proved he is more than worth a spot on your fantasy roster. Thomas caught five passes for 110 yards and two touchdowns in Denver’s 49-27 whooping over […]
Even after the Denver Broncos' second half beat down of the defending Super Bowl Champion Baltimore Ravens, the Broncos are well on their way to winning the AFC West division. Sadly this division is virtually won because the Broncos are leaps and bounds better than their next closet competitor. The Kansas City Chiefs have a new head coach in Andy Reid and the San Diego Chargers...
If you missed the NFL season opener Thursday night between the Denver Broncos and the Baltimore Ravens you missed a barn burner--at least from Denver's side of things. The Broncos defense played well enough against the Flacco Attack, but the real show came whenever Peyton Manning was on the field.
The wily veteran showed just why he is one of the greatest...
The NFL 2013 season kicked off Thursday night with the world champion Baltimore Ravens facing off against the Denver Broncos at Mile High Stadium. The game entered halftime with the Ravens up but, the second half was all about the legend that is Peyton Manning. Manning tied a 40-year-old NFL record with 462 passing yards, throwing seven touchdowns with no interceptions.
DENVER (AP) — Peyton Manning threw five touchdown passes — two to his newest target, Wes Welker — to help the Denver Broncos build a 35-17 lead over Super Bowl champion Baltimore after three quarters Thursday night in the season opener that started 33 minutes late because of lightning.
This marks the seventh time in Manning’s career he has thrown for that many scores in a...
John Elway last played in 1998, which was like a really, really long time ago. Don't tell the Columbus Dispatch that, though.
Actually, you should definitely tell them that, because they apparently missed that memo. The Ohio newspaper made a whoopsie Thursday night and into Friday morning when it was throwing together the morning edition.
You see, the Denver Broncos played...
Shannon Sharpe has been with CBS since 2004. He’s one of the main analysts for the NFL Today on CBS. Sharpe was elected into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton in 2011.
I had an exclusive with him at CBS NFL Media Day, where we discussed many other topics including his outspoken personality, some of the candid things he said about others, and how they react to it.