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As a Cleveland fan, I have very little sympathy for Broncos fans after watching John Elway in the 1980s. But any fan can appreciate the agony of losing the way the Broncos did last year in the playoffs to the Baltimore Ravens. With less than a minute left in regulation time Joe Flacco threw a bomb to Jacoby Jones to score the tying touchdown. Inexplicably the Denver defenders let him get behind them. Then John Fox went into Marty Schottenheimer mode and got ultra-conservative, not letting Peyton Manning take a shot to drive for a winning field goal. It’s one of those games that will haunt Broncos fans forever.
Now we have a new season, and fans will be anxious to get back in the action tonight when the Ravens return to Denver for the rematch. You can enjoy NFL betting at TopBet.eu Sportsbook and other sites around the web. The Broncos opened as big favorites with spreads up to 9.5 points, but money has clearly come in on the Ravens as the spread has come back to 7.5. It’s understand...
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The Columbus Dispatch which is Columbus, Ohio’s hometown newspaper had a little bit of an issue with their reporting and editing last evening. We aren’t one to cast professional stones in journalism, however we can laugh for days about the article they ran reporting that John Elway threw for 7 touchdowns against the Ravens on Thursday night. I had a few beverages, but I thought...
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 they were throwing together Friday morning’s edition. You see, the Denver Broncos played...
Last night was the first game of the NFL regular season, so of course there were going to be a few mistakes made before, during, and after the game.
What no one expected was for John Elway to come out of retirement last night.
In a gaffe that seems more troll like than true mistake, the Friday morning print edition of the Columbus Dispatch incorrectly identified John Elway, and not...
John Elway the executive is about to find out if he's as good at bouncing back as John Elway the quarterback was.
Elway compares the heartbreak of Denver's loss to Baltimore in the playoffs last January to Jacksonville's upset of the well-rested Broncos 17 years earlier when they also were 13-3 and the AFC's prohibitive Super Bowl favorite.
The Broncos bounced back...
Lost in the Denver Broncos 49-27 dismantling of the defending Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens was that somehow everyone missed the fact that it was Denver legend John Elway who threw those seven touchdown passes in the opening night victory, and not current Broncos QB Peyton Manning, as pointed out by the Columbus Dispatch, where fact checking is obviously job No.1.
Last night’s performance by John Elway was quite historic. I mean, to already be a Hall of Famer and then come out of the owner’s box to record seven touchdowns in one game? Amazing: That’s some quality editing by the…Read more →
It’s Friday, so you should be in a good mood, given that you have a great weekend ahead of you filled with college and pro football.
Speaking of football, this Peyton Manning guy for the Broncos is pretty damn good. He threw SEVEN touchdowns yesterday. Fun fact: Last year the Ravens allowed their seventh passing touchdown in week ten, this year they allowed seven in one game as...
In Thursday night's NFL season opener, Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning tied an NFL record with 7 TD passes in a 49-27 victory over the Baltimore Ravens. However, the Columbus Dispatch seemed to get its wire reports crossed when writing the story summarizing the game, as Friday's headline gave credit for the TD passes to retired Denver Broncos legend John Elway...
If you’re in Ohio today just waking up and reading The Columbus Dispatch to check in on the Denver Broncos game against the Baltimore Ravens because you went to bed early than you were probably shocked when you read the results. Did Peyton Manning, and both backup quarterbacks Brock Osweiler and Zac Dysert get knocked out of the game and John Elway, the executive vice president...
This is pretty funny. According to a image posted on twitter by Rhonda Dixon (@Dixon_RC), a headline in the Columbus Dispatch read “Elway throws seven touchdown passes”. Obviously, it wasn’t John Elway, but rather Peyton Manning who threw those seven touchdown passes in last night’s 49-27 win over the Baltimore Ravens. I must say though, I wouldn’t be too shocked...
The editor at the Columbus Dispatch obviously was asleep at the wheel when they were going through this article talking about the Denver Broncos-Baltimore Ravens game. The title of the article said “Elway Throws For Seven Touchdown passes” and the first two words of the article are “Peyton Manning.” Then the next paragraph starts with “Elway” and the following one...
The Denver Broncos blew the doors off the Baltimore Ravens to kick off the NFL season on Thursday night. A game that started out slow after a weather delay turned into a gong show, as Peyton Manning and his new offense put on a show. Or wait, was that John Elway? A look at the […]
John Elway has been down this lonely road before, trudging through the tunnel in deafening silence after a stunning loss at home as the AFC's prohibitive Super Bowl favorite following a 13-3 regular season.
It happened to Elway the quarterback after the 1996 season when Denver lost to Jacksonville 30-27. It occurred again for Elway the executive in January when the Broncos were...