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Ouch, Tim Tebow just gets torn apart from every angle and this scud is coming from future Hall of Famer Champ Bailey. In 2011, the Denver Broncos made the playoffs and even beat the Pittsburg Steelers in the first round. However, that didn’t convince anyone that then quarterback Tim Tebow was the answer as the signal caller. John Elway went through great pains in the off-season to land free agent prize Peyton Manning and the results speak for themselves. Though the Bronco made the playoffs, it wasn’t a realistic thought that they could actually win the Super Bowl with Tebow. Bailey expresses how he feels about this year’s team under the leadership of Manning, indicating how this time it feels ‘real.’ Bailey spoke to Les & Tom on 102.3 The Ticket in Denver about the difference between 2011 and 2012. “It’s one thing that, looking back, I wish I could have done this, I wish I could have done that, if we would have done this — all those excuses and reasons for why we didn’...
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And with this tweet it begins, though Denver Broncos cornerback Tracy Porter has not yet given a follow-up to the tweet to clarify it is very much possible that Porter is referring to tomorrow’s lineup as Denver plays the Baltimore Ravens. Porter has not dressed for a game since Week Five when the Broncos faced the New England Patriots, he was ruled as ill when Denver traveled...
Last week the Denver Broncos released 2013 Pro Bowl numbers for players on the team whom were placing in the top five of their individual positions. Denver currently employs an astounding fifteen players that are receiving top five votes:
Numbers as of December 13th, 2012 (Courtesy DenverBroncos.com).
Broncos’ quarterback (and NFL MVP candidate) Peyton Manning currently leads the...
Football fans traveling through Denver International Airport this holiday season will be greeted by a familiar voice.
Peyton Manning will be the new voice in DIA's train cars beginning Friday and ending Jan. 2.
"Welcome to the Mile High City," Manning Says.
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock, whose voice usually is heard greeting passengers, decided after the Broncos...
The Broncos are playing great football and are one of the best teams in the AFC. Can they make it all the way to the Super Bowl?
With only three weeks left in the season it's time to teams to step-up and secure a playoff spot or start looking forward to next season.
After a rough couple weeks I'm sitting at 132-76, I need to step it up.
Here's a quick look at...
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 red areas will receive the Broncos/Ravens game on your local CBS station this weekend. Kickoff is scheduled for 11 a.m. (MT) and we’ll have complete coverage of the game here on the blog, on Facebook, and on Twitter...
(Eds: Adds background, quotes. With AP Photos.) By ARNIE STAPLETON AP Pro Football Writer The last time the Denver Broncos won a game in Baltimore, a baby-faced John Elway was making his second NFL start and producing his first career fourth-quarter comeback.
That was way back in 1983, before the Colts left for Indianapolis. The Broncos are 0-5 in Baltimore since the Ravens entered...
The Ravens have beaten Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning before. Unfortunately, the last time was 2001.
Baltimore is very banged up and the Broncos are on a roll.
So what’s the expectation? The expectation, in my mind, at least, is the Ravens don’t have a chance.
Baltimore hasn’t lost consecutive home games since 2007, when Brian Billick was still coaching the team...
Denver Broncos (10-3) at Baltimore Ravens (9-4)
Before losing to the Steelers at home a few weeks ago, the Ravens had ripped off 16 straight home wins, dating back to 2010. Given that, it’s kind of weird to see them as home dogs here. It’s also kind of funny to see how far this team has fallen in the last two weeks thanks to two losses. I had been saying they weren’t as good...
(Eds: APNewsNow. With AP Photos.) By EDDIE PELLS AP National Writer Almost any time Ray Lewis has lined up over the last 17 years, he has been the best linebacker - if not the best player - on the field.
If Lewis is in uniform Sunday when the Ravens play the Broncos that might not be the case.
With his rare combination of around-the-corner speed and nimble footwork, Denver'...
With only three weeks left in the regular season, the Ravens look to stop a two-game skid when they play host to the No. 1 Denver Broncos.
For the Broncos:
Questionable: G Chris Kuper (ankle) and LB Wesley Woodyard (ankle)
Probable: WR Trindon Holliday (knee), WR Demaryius Thomas (shoulder) and WR Matthew Willis (knee)
For the Ravens:
Out: LB Jameel McClain (neck)
Doubtful: TE Ed Dickson (knee)
Questionable: LB Dannell Ellerbe (ankle), DT Arthur Jones (shoulder), FB Vonta Leach (ankle), DE Pernell McPhee (thigh), S...