Found December 07, 2012 on
The last time the Denver Broncos won eight straight games, they raised the Lombardi Trophy, the second and last of John Elway's illustrious career.If these Broncos can continue to click on all cylinders, Peyton Manning will add a second Super Bowl to his legendary resume.Denver defeated the Oakland Raiders 26-13 to notch their eighth straight victory, their longest winning streak since 1998. Denver (10-3) now owns a half game lead over the Patriots & Ravens for the final coveted first round bye, while the Raiders (3-10) continue to plummet in their already guaranteed losing season.The MVP & Comeback Player of the Year candidate did his part this week, throwing for 310 yards on 72 percent passing. Manning also tossed his 30th touchdown of the season, his seventh season with 30+ touchdown passes. He trails only Brett Farve (nine seasons of 30+ touchdown passes) in that category. Peyton continues his quest for a record-breaking fifth MVP & more importantly, a second Sup...
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Six more divisional rematches as we get ready for the final four weeks of the regular season. With four playoff spots secure, the race is on.
Dallas Cowboys vice president Stephen Jones says they’ve never quarterback Tony Romo as a player and will always support him and be behind him no matter what. “I know everybody was critical and Tony was critical of himself,” Jones said, per Fort Worth Star-Telegram. “He wants to do better and not have those turnovers. It’s not a good recipe for winning But we have never...
Denver Bronco’s QB Peyton Manning is having a great 2012 season so far. As of this writing he has led the Broncos to the AFC West title and has completed 330 of 483, 3812 yards, and 30 touchdowns, with only 10 interceptions. While this kind of season was pretty ordinary during his days in Indianapolis, [...]
Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning told Kurt Warner in an interview that aired before Thursday night's Broncos game in Oakland that playing in the Super Bowl in his hometown has crossed his mind.
"Yeah I guess you think about it, you know, sometimes," Manning said. "New Orleans has been a special place for my family and for brother, Cooper, who lives there...
Denver controlled the game but settled for four field goals on its way to a 26-13 victory in Oakland Thursday night. Peyton Manning did not have his "MVP moment" but nor did he need one: the Broncos may be the most complete team in football.
Fingers in the remote control. Switch from Thursday Night Football imminent.
Thurs., December 6, 9-3 Denver Broncos at 3-9 Oakland Raiders – For fantasy eyes only
The marketing trolls at the NFL Network are working overtime to promote tonight's Thursday Night Football contest between the Denver Broncos and the Oakland Raiders.
This stinker will interest only...