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Montee Ball said there's no such thing as pass protection for running backs in high school. In college he was merely introduced to it.
The Denver Broncos' rookie running back has quickly learned that at the NFL level taking on pass rushers is nearly as important as carrying the ball.
"My problem is I'm coming from Wisconsin a power school and I had 900 carries in four years. Whenever I was out on the field I was getting the ball a majority of the time" Ball told FOX Sports this week. "But with this offense and No. 18..."
Ball didn't finish that sentence with words. Just an exhale. That said it all.
As the Broncos prepare for Thursday's NFL regular-season opener against the defending Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens it's clear one of the big keys to their offense will be the play of their running backs following the departure of Willis McGahee.
The wide receivers and linemen have had success at this level before. And "No. 18&q...
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This Denver Broncos cheerleader showed off the goods during the opening season game against the Baltimore Ravens, flashing America her butt.
The person, committee, and/or super computer(s) that create the yearly NFL schedule are amazing.
Arguably, the most memorable game of last season (other than the Super Bowl) was the Baltimore vs. Denver AFC Divisional playoff matchup. With just over thirty seconds left in the fourth quarter, Joe Flacco tossed a prayer into the air and free safety Rahim Moore made a similar last...
Broncos linebacker Danny Trevathan began his touchdown celebration a little too prematurely after an interception, dropping the ball before he crossed the goal line Thursday night in the opener against Baltimore.
Trevathan picked off Joe Flacco's pass early in the fourth quarter and had clear sailing to the end zone. A few yards short, he began his celebration and dropped the...
Check out this photo gallery of the 2013 edition of the Denver Broncos cheerleaders.
Peyton Manning won the Poster War. Manning was hanging in banner form back turned to his enemy pictured in the classic quarterback pose a glove missing from his right passing hand.
The other poster controversially hanging outside the stadium that Denver-area taxpayers and Broncos owner Pat Bowlen built was Joe Flacco. He represented the bane of what Denver fans wish for.
Peyton Manning's new weapon, Wes Welker, is listed as probable for Thursday night's season opener.Fantasy Spin:Welker has been dealing an ankle sprain, but he was always expected to be ready for Week 1 after avoided the dreaded high-ankle sprain.
Seriously, who? It wasn’t me, though I do think they’re quite tasty. This season has started out with a bang for sure but of all the bangs I expected, this wasn’t it. Julius Thomas led the offensive charge for the Denver Broncos on the opening night of the season for the Denver Broncos, scoring 2 touchdowns on passes of 23 and 24 yards and finished his fantastic night...
The Broncos are a tad overrated.There, I said it. I know I am in the minority and I know I will catch a lot of grief over making that statement. But, I can’t hold it in anymore. Something had to be said.I’m not trying to purposely ruffle feathers or start an argument for the sake of starting one. I just can’t see the mainstream love of this team.Maybe it’s because of Peyton...
Welcome to Cadence Call, your weekly game preview where I
give you a bootleg breakdown for each team in the AFC East & AFC North
divisions. It is going to be an
incredible season. So sit back, chill, light
that Oliva Series V, grab your favorite libation and enjoy the game. First up, the defending Super Bowl champion Baltimore
Ravens take on the Denver Broncos.
It’s finally here. Game day. The NFL season kicks off tonight with the Denver Broncos hosting last year’s Super Bowl champions, the Baltimore Ravens. What better time than to cast a gaze forward into February to see who might be hoisting the Lombardi Trophy after Super Bowl XLVIII?
The Rams 101 has assembled their predictions for the winners of each division, wild card teams...
Lights, action, cameras …roll’em it is the start of the NFL football season and it’s partner …TV could not be happier. Yes TV and the NFL are partners in the business sense of the word. NFL ratings are the highest that TV gets esecially prime time and of course the SuperBowl. Thursday night started the NFL regular season with it opening game in Denver with Peyton Manning...
It is early in the week. But this is your only chance to start the season undefeated and with so much uncertainty heading into the first week of the season, it is important to keep tabs on your players. Don’t fret though, here are your early 2013 Week 1 Fantasy Football Notes.
Terrelle Pryor, Oakland Raiders: No real surprise here that talent wins and he’ll start...
I am eager for the football season and I am excited to watch Thursday night, when the Denver Broncos host the Baltimore Ravens in a rematch of one of the most exciting playoff games in recent memory.
There will be a lot of compelling football taking place this weekend, but this game is a great kickoff to the season. It’s also a kickoff to the new Zoneblitz Game of the Week segment...