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The huge 96 million dollar bet John Elway placed on Peyton Manning leading the Denver Broncos to the play-offs this season is paying large dividends. The Broncos already have a lead in the AFC West and they could get to a 5 game lead with a win today over Tampa Bay if the other teams lose. Needless to say the Broncos will make it into the NFL play-offs behind the leadership of Manning’s arm. Peyton Manning has to be the come back player of the year in the NFL. While many counted Manning out, Elway saw the silver lining that could turn to gold soon. Manning has brought his leadership ability to Denver, he is still one of the best field general in the National Football League. John Elway was right when he went out and signed Manning in the off-season. Peyton Manning still has what it takes to lead an NFL football team. He is a proven leader in the NFL and he is still one of the greatest quarterbacks in the NFL. If Manning can take his Broncos to the super bowl, this season will be one of the best come-back stories in NFL history. The biggest mistake people made was to assume that Peyton’s career was over. Manning still has it and he proves that point each time he starts playing for his Broncos.
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During Sunday’s home game against the Buccaneers, Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning pretty much told the crowd to shut up while he was running his two-minute drill because they thought it would be a good time to do the wave.
“I’m all for excitement, but in a no-huddle offense, when you are calling something at the line, the quieter the crowd can be, it certainly is...
For those who live outside of Colorado and do not have DirecTV, we present this handy-dandy broadcast map, courtesy of the506.com:
Those of you who live in the yellow areas will receive the Broncos/Bucs game on your local CBS station this weekend. Kickoff is scheduled for 2:05 p.m. (MT) and we’ll have complete coverage of the game here on the blog, on Facebook, and on Twitter...
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Starter Peyton Manning is healthy. The division is wrapped up. Is it time for the rookie?
The Denver Broncos are guaranteed a playoff spot at seasons’ end, so will we be seeing rookie quarterback Brock Osweiler this year?
Maybe, but probably not until Week 17—if he is given a chance to start.
With four games to go, the Broncos (9-3) are ranked as...
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Following their seventh consecutive victory, a 31-23 win over Tampa Bay, the Denver Broncos have clinched an AFC West title for a second consecutive season.
The win over the Buccaneers was highlighted by defensive tackle Mitch Unrein and outside linebacker Von Miller, who accounted for two combined scores on the afternoon.
Early in the first quarter, Unrein...
Brandon Stokley was limited in practice this week for the Denver Broncos. The wide receiver will not play for Denver against Tampa Bay in the 4:05 p.m. EST scheduled game.
The veteran receiver has been bothered by a sore hip and wrist this week but many expected him to suit up. The Broncos can wrap up the AFC West with a win.
Stokley has been quite productive for the Broncos in a...
As kickoff approaches this Sunday, we provide a quick review of the week that was in Dove Valley leading up to game day.
Today, defensive end Robert Ayers (non-injury related), wide receiver Brandon Stokley (wrist/hip), and tackle Chris Clark (illness) are questionable to play. Our thoughts and prayers are with Ayers and his family as he mourns the loss of his father.
Fantasy Football News - In what is a fairly surprising move, the Denver Broncos have made wide receiver Brandon Stokley inactive for Week 13 against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
FFLockerRoom Take - If you have him in your lineup, get him out now. Unfortunately he is a 4:05 PM EST play so the replacement options for him could very well be limited. He had scored in double-digits for non...
Mired in a five-game losing streak with a short week to prepare for Peyton Manning and the first-place Denver Broncos is a tough enough situation in the best of circumstances.
The Oakland Raiders have to prepare for it without their head coach.
Dennis Allen left the team after Sunday's 20-17 loss to Cleveland to fly to the Dallas area to be with his father, who has a serious...
Denver at Oakland Thursday, 8:20 p.m. ET, at O.co Coliseum, Oakland, Calif. - TV: NFL Network *TV announcers: Brad Nessler, Mike Mayock, Alex Flanagan *Keys to the game: The Broncos sealed the AFC West division title last week but home-field advantage will be a fight to the finish. Denver whipped Oakland all over the field in a 37-6 win at Denver in Week 4. The Broncos are...