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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 Dome, he will face a Falcons defense that is minus a former Pro-Bowl cornerback and that allowed 258 passing yards to Kansas Citys Matt Cassel last week.
Falcons head coach Mike Smith knows that his defense will have to be as precise as possible against the Broncos.
Weve got to play sound technique and make sure were in the right place because if youre out of place by a half yard, youre going to pay for it, said Smith, who as Jacksonvilles former defensive coordinator was in the same division as the four-time MVP during Mannings long run with Indianapolis. Hes got a very good understanding of how youre...
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Well, Peyton Manning-mania is in full bloom in Colorado, as mysterious crop circles emerge in the image of the star Broncos QB. OK, they're not mysterious. But it would better if aliens had left them behind.
Denver Broncos News
NFP is seeing a lot of similarity to the Denver Broncos offense today and the one Peyton Manning ran when he was with the Indianapolis Colts. I’m not surprised, the Broncos would be fools not to do that. Heck, if they’d do it for Tim Tebow and the option, why wouldn’t they do it for Manning? [National Football Post]
The Atlanta Falcons coaches had some...
Peyton Manning‘s Broncos debut attracted one of the largest primetime NFL audiences in recent memory. The Week 1 Steelers/Broncos “Sunday Night Football” game drew a 16.5 final rating and 27.567 million viewers on NBC, up 8% in ratings and 7% in viewership from Cowboys/Jets last year (15.3, 25.766M), and up 10% and 9%, respectively, from Cowboys/Washington in 2010 (15.0, 25...
And here we figured gay North Dakota footballer Jaime Kuntz would use his Twitter account to give us the gay plague. Nope, the guy seems pretty damn normal. He likes pumpkin lattes, thinks Peyton Manning has a big head and he just wants to play DI college football. Shockingly, we didn’t even feel the least bit gay after reading Jamie’s timeline @Jamie_Kuntz.
Well I think it’s safe to say Peyton Manning is fine after 4 neck surgeries. He might not have his best season, remember he’s 36, but unless he reinjures himself, the Broncos appear to have one of the best quarterbacks in the league. The defense I still have questions about after they ranked 24th in the league in scoring last year. They did a good job of shutting down the Steelers...
Peyton Manning's first start with the Denver Broncos arguably exceeded many people's expectations for him.
There's no shortage of expectations for Matt Ryan and the Atlanta Falcons following their Week 1 performance.
Manning and the Broncos visit Ryan and the Falcons on Monday night, with both quarterbacks looking to lead their teams to a 2-0 start.
Denver Broncos (1-0) at Atlanta Falcons (1-0)
If it wasn’t for Green Bay/Chicago, this would be the game of the week. Actually, scratch that, Green Bay/Chicago was an incredibly ugly game that should have been the game of the week, but wasn’t because teams only had 3 days to prepare and played much worse than they normally do. I hate this new one game on Thursday every week thing...
With week one now officially in the books, we can finally turn our sights on week two. For fans of some teams, such as myself [Buffalo], week two brings about a chance to see if your team really is as awful as they looked in week one. Buffalo, Philadelphia, Miami, Cincinnati and New Orleans fans I am looking at you. For others, such as New York Jets, Denver, Baltimore, Atlanta and...
Affiliate – Will the Steelers rebound after losing to the Denver Broncos in Week 1? They will host the Jets this weekend and are currently the favorites to win. Right now the NFL odds board lists Pittsburgh as a six-point favorite, even though they were beaten pretty bad by the Broncos and the Jets looked dominant against the Buffalo Bills.
Still, people realize the Steelers aren’t...