Found September 26, 2012 on BroncoTalk:
Denver Broncos News
  • Last season, elite tight ends burned the Denver Broncos week in and week out and so far this year, the elite tight ends just keep on coming. [Denver Post]
  • The Houston Texans are now the NFL’s “cream of the crop“. Thank you to a nice choke job from the San Francisco 49ers. [Chron.com]
  • Meanwhile, the Broncos are 1-2, with two close loses to the NFP’s #1 and #2 ranked teams. I find that encouraging considering the Atlanta Falcons waxed the San Diego Chargers on the road last week. [National Football Post]
  • Now I’ve been out sick for the better part of a week, but all you’ve really missed from these Daily Links to knowing how much everyone in the media is freaking out over the replacement refs. Today’s mass of angry writings can be found here, here and here. [Denver Post & SI.com]
  • Peter King, who tends to side with Unions, isn’t wasting any time to jump on the NFL’s back.  And for once, I agree.  The NFL is hassling over a savings of a couple million dollars a year. Give me a friggin’ break! [SI.com]
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