Found January 15, 2013 on BroncoTalk:
Owner Pat Bowlen says he was “ticked off” after the loss, and talks about how much of an impact John Elway has had on the team. [Denver Post] Despite Coach Fox and Elway’s insistence, or maybe because of it, Fox’s decision to kneel at the end of regulation is drawing criticism and fan angst. [Denver Post] Some football hubris may have led to Peyton Manning‘s ill-advised final throw. [USA Today] Or maybe it was a more primal emotion: fear. [Time] Tim Tebow‘s brother Peter was angrily happy following the loss, but has since apologized. [USA Today] Champ Bailey must wait for his ring another year. [] The San Diego Chargers and Arizona Cardinals are each courting Broncos offensive coordinator Mike McCoy. [BroncoTalk] Are the Baltimore Ravens a team of destiny? [USA Today]

Pat Bowlen reflects on 2012 and 2013 seasons in letter to Denver Broncos fans

In this archive photo, Denver Broncos Owner Pat Bowlen addresses the media in January 2009. (John Leyba/Denver Post) Denver Broncos owner Pat Bowlen wrote an open letter to Broncos Country reflecting on the 2012 season, the bitter loss to the Baltimore Ravens, and where we go from here. An excerpt – The energy and enthusiasm you provided us this past year were infectious and carries...

Bowlen: 2012 'very good' but short of great

Broncos owner Pat Bowlen knows what a great season looks like. This season wasn't one of them. In a letter sent to season ticket holders, Bowlen thanked Broncos fans for bringing the passion back to the stadium in this, the first season with Peyton Manning in a Denver uniform. Denver finished 13-3 and had top seeding in the playoffs but lost to Baltimore on Saturday in the...

Broncos Owner Pat Bowlen: I’ll be Ticked off for about a Month over Loss to Ravens

  The Denver Broncos were riding an 11 game win-streak into the playoffs until they met the Baltimore Ravens this past Saturday. In a surprising defeat, the Broncos have been eliminated and are left wondering what might have been this season. Owner Pat Bowlen was not happy with his team, and elaborated to The Denver Post. “I’m still ticked off. I’ll be ticked off for a month...

John Elway Stands By Coach John Fox, But Pat Bowlen Still “Ticked”

Everyone has been playing the role of Monday morning quarterback on Denver Broncos coach John Fox’s decision to take a knee once the Baltimore Ravens tied up the game in the 4th quarter. There were a few questionable play calls and misreads by the team that led to the Ravens tying up the game. John Fox said that he would still make the same call for Manning to take a knee to go...

John Elway has been through this before

John Elway has been down this lonely road before. The quarterback-turned-front office executive has now been a part of two playoff runs that ended not in the confetti-filled celebration expected of the AFC's No. 1 seed but with a painful introspection about what all went wrong in a stunningly early exit from the postseason party. Elway experienced it as a player in 1996, when...

Broncos Owner Claims He'll Be 'Ticked Off For A Month' After Playoff Loss

DON'T PISS OFF THE BOSS.According to the Denver Post, Denver Broncos owner Pat Bowlen made his first statement about his team days after the team loss their playoff match-up against the Baltimore Ravens Saturday night.He showed his support for team president John Elway and head coach John Fox. However, he did show that the playoff loss isn't sitting to well with him."...

John Fox stands by coaching decisions

John Fox is a NFL football coach. One of his primary responsibilities is to deal with the world at large when things go wrong. On Monday he sat before the media with his boss Denver Broncos Executive V.P. of Football Operations John Elway and faced the music after his group failed to advance to the AFC Championship Game. Please Click Here To Read This Story The post John Fox...

Where Should The Broncos Go From Here?

Elway and Manning in defeat. Well, the dust has settled, and reality is starting to creep its ugly head into our minds. I’m still not sure I believe what my eyes showed me Saturday night, but I’m willing to start believing that I’m not stuck in a 2 day long nightmare, and what transpired on the field really did happen. In a game full of head scratching penalties, non-penalties...

Elway backs Fox's end-game strategy

The Denver Broncos' decision to take a knee in a tie game at the end of regulation Saturday rather than go for a winning score against the Baltimore Ravens prompted plenty of second-guessers. However, Broncos president John Elway -- a man who once thrived with the ball in his hands in similar situations -- agreed with coach John Fox's choice to go to overtime. The Ravens...

Broncos Intend to Pick Up Option on QB Peyton Manning’s Contract

Denver Broncos president John Elway told reporters that they intend to pick up their two-year, $40 million (total) option on quarterback Peyton Manning‘s contract, according to ESPN. This is hardly surprising given how things went for them in 2012, but it’s still a considerable amount of money to be paying anyone. “I don’t think he’s going anywhere,” team owner Pat Bowlen...

Elway, Fox defend kneeling; is Manning O.K.?

(AP Photo) Broncos coach John Fox has taken a lot of heat for Denver’s two kneeldowns before halftime and overtime in the Broncos’ 38-35 loss to the Ravens last weekend.  But should he be? Fox is known for being conservative (often overly conservative, actually), but against Baltimore, kicker Matt Prater had already missed a field goal earlier in the game and Fox obviously did...
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