Found August 21, 2012 on BroncoTalk:
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  • The Denver Broncos are feeling a bit chippy about their performance against the run, so its a good thing another strong rushing attack is on the docket this weekend. [DenverBroncos.com]
  • When was the last time the Broncos were in the top 6 from odds makers to win the Super Bowl? I’m betting it was somewhere around 2006… [First & Orange]
  • Derek Wolfe and the rest of the rookies get graded here and so far this draft class looks about as good as it can be without having a first round draft choice.  [Denver Post]
  • Comparing Peyton Manning to Michael Jordon actually seemed apt to me, however, when I think of the greatest basketball player ever to live my instant thought is Jordan and when I think of the greatest football player ever to live about a dozen names flash through my head all at once.  So maybe it isn’t all that good of a comparison. [Denver Post]
  • There are many vocal Broncos fans out there, including here on BroncoTalk, that are extremely worried about Peyton Manning.  I doubt that will change until, as Mel Gibson said in We Were Soldiers, “When the metal meets the meat”.

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