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Denver Broncos News
John Elway talks about the Pittsburgh Steelers game, as well as, Peyton Manning. He also takes some Q&A off Twitter. Not a bad 30 minutes listen. [DenverBroncos.com]
Peyton Manning and the Broncos were profiles for the Drive of the Week on NFL.com. It was a pretty impressive drive that was capped by a successful two-point conversion. [NFL.com]
Okay, so my freak out over the Broncos having six centers was overblown, as they cut C.J. Davis to make room for Dan Koppen. The Broncos made several moves yesterday as noted here. [BroncoTalk.net]
Tracy Porter might be the best cornerback to line up opposite Champ Bailey since the death of Darrent Williams. His aggressive tendencies will hurt the defense at times, but it also helped the defense in more than just the pick 6 situation. [Denver Post]
Manning’s signing had major ramifications across the league, aside from making the Denver Broncos instant contenders. [NFL.com]
Oh, and Demaryius Thomas is a stud. [Washing...
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Yeesh, that didn’t take long. Barely one game into his tenure as starting quarterback for the Denver Broncos and already Peyton Manning has his own corn field maze, located just outside Greeley, Colorado. He was a god in Indianapolis and I don’t remember any farmer’s doing this for him during his time with the Colts. Could be that there aren’t many corn fields in the...
As a defensive coordinator and head coach, Mike Nolan has just one victory in seven tries against quarterback Peyton Manning.
Nolan, in his first season as coordinator of the Atlanta Falcons, hopes to change his luck when Manning and the Denver Broncos visit the Georgia Dome on Monday night.
Manning returned from a 20-month layoff following neck surgery to lead the Broncos to four...
Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning (18) warms up before an NFL preseason football game against the San Francisco 49ers in Denver, Sunday, Aug. 26, 2012. (AP Photo/Jack Dempsey)
Hope you don’t believe in the Sports Illustrated Cover Jinx — this latest news is likely to give you a sore neck.
Peyton Manning, fresh off his on-field Denver Broncos debut, will make his in-newsstands...
FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. Coming off a 19-for-26 performance for 253 passing yards and two touchdowns with no interceptions in an impressive 31-19 victory over Pittsburgh, Denver quarterback Peyton Manning showed the football world last Sunday that while he might have been playing his first game in two seasons, he is no less dangerous a player.
On Monday night when he visits the Georgia...
Think Broncos fans are excited about Peyton Manning’s debut?
Check out this photo of Fritzler Farm Corn Maze in LaSalle, Colorado, whose owners decided to model their annual maze to look like Manning:
The maze opens to the public on September 15th. I would just hate to get lost in the Manning Face.
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The Sunday night game at Denver between the Steelers and Broncos game was the highest-rated "Sunday Night Football" game ever and tied the 2010 NFL Kickoff opener as the highest-rated regular-season NFL game ever on NBC. NBC drew its highest-ever regular-season primetime rating in the 18-49 demographic, according to Neilsen data. Peyton Manning's first game as...
Denver Broncos News
Vote here for Peyton Manning as the GMC Never Say Never Moment for Week 1. [NFL.com]
The Denver Broncos have added a sixth center to their roster yesterday by signing Dan Koppen. I didn’t realize the position was so valued, then again, things must be pretty bad for the Broncos to be this desperate. [BroncoTalk.net]
Peyton Manning made history Sunday night by...
Peyton Manning led the Denver Broncos to a week 1 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers in the season opener of NFL Sunday Night Football. While No. 18 is wearing a new jersey in Denver, he was once again No. 1 in NFL jersey sales after week 1.
Sitting out a full season did not hurt Manning on the field, and it did not hurt his popularity at all either.
In fact, not only did Manning...
We all wondered, so did Broncos President John Elway, head coach John Fox and his dad, Archie Manning. Is it gone? Did he lose the magic? For thirteen years, Peyton Manning spoiled us. As quarterback for the Indianapolis Colts, he helped create a dynasty. In those thirteen years, the Colts made the playoffs eleven times. They won their division eight times , made it to the AFC championship...
TheRedZone.org pointed out a big mistake the replacement officials made in Sunday night’s Steelers – Broncos match up.
No matter how much the NFL tries to mask it, the replacement officials continue to struggle.
Another case in point from last night’s Broncos 31-19 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers. Peyton Manning and the Broncos scored a touchdown late in the fourth...
Last year we brought you our weekly rock and roll recaps, well we decided to change things up a bit this season yet still brining back those classic rock and roll tracks that everyone loves to listen to. That being said, since we already start with the some change this season we also be getting more use out of the jukebox this season using all musical genres. It’s great to...
Comments on the Denver Broncos by the AP Pro32 panel (ranking in parentheses):
DENVER BRONCOS (6)
Chris Berman (ESPN, 7) - Peyton Manning told us he was ready. He wasn't kidding.
Clifton Brown (Sporting News, 7) - Peyton Manning played like he had never been away. He makes all of their weapons better.
Cris Collinsworth (NBC Sports, 5) - Manning and a much improved run...
An Arkansas fan makes a music video for the Razorbacks – Throw The Flag
Gene Chizik joins Dooley and Phillips on hot seat – Saturday Down South
Strangers in a Strange Land – Friends of the Program
Even a 4-year-old knows that nobody likes Georgia – The Victory Formation
Peyton Manning is Back: Broncos Win 31-19 – The Big Lead
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Captain Comeback Scott Kacsmar starts Week 1 with Peyton Manning's historic night, Michael Vick's self-inflicted comeback, a first in Minnesota, and the front-running Green Bay Packers.
The final contest of Week 1, surprisingly, will be between the teams expected to fight for 3rd and 4th in the AFC North. Both teams have high ceilings but expectations have been reined in for seemingly yearly disappointment. It must be tough, in 2012, to be a fan of either of these teams. Both are mediocre at best with enough knuckleheads on the sidelines to drive you nuts.