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There are some really tough match ups this week that don’t favor wide receivers that normally are consistent in their fantasy scoring. Sorting through the tough schedule, these are the three guys that will be on top for fantasy scoring in a PPR format league in Week 6.Demaryius Thomas – Denver BroncosTo start the season there were many question marks surrounding the Denver Broncos offense. The big question mark was Peyton Manning and how he would play following a year off last year due to his neck issues. The next question, especially from a fantasy perspective, is if Manning is healthy, who will be his go to guy? Manning has consistently put up over 20 fantasy points so far in this young NFL season. The other question has also been answered as well. Manning’s number one target is Demaryius Thomas. Thomas has really come into his own, making amazing catches and making things happen week after week. This week, I project Thomas to have his best game yet. The Broncos roll in...
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Is there an athlete out there who does more commercials than Peyton Manning? I really don't think there is. From Oreos to Gatorade to Buick, Manning is front and center in the world of athlete endorsements. We decided to compile the "Top 10" Manning commercials. Some, quite frankly, are awful, where others do a great job. With Manning being the only constant...
Looking for someone to blame for Denver's latest loss?
Look anywhere other than the locker belonging to No. 18, Peyton Manning.
From a confused defense that couldn't get off the field to a butterfingered offense that couldn't stay on it to a coaching staff that got outmaneuvered at every turn, the Broncos dug themselves a hole in a 31-21 loss to New England on Sunday...
Save for one shaky performance, Peyton Manning has done most everything the Denver Broncos expected when they signed him to a lucrative deal in the offseason.
He can't do much if Denver can't hang onto the football, though.
Manning hopes his rough recent history versus the host San Diego Chargers doesn't play a role when the turnover-prone Broncos look to even the division...
Hosts Steve Bennett and Don Russ interview the biggest names in sports media and pop culture each week on Football Nation's The Sports-Casters podcast.Their guest this week is Ian Rapoport from NFL Network and NFL.com. Rapoport was in Indianapolis Sunday to witness the Colts comeback win against the Packers. He was impressed enough by Andrew Luck's performance to say that...
Denver, CO. Three weeks of the 2012 regular season are now in the books, and the Denver Broncos are 1-2. The fact that Denver has lost two in a row may not be a huge surprise to some fans, as they have lost two games in six days to a couple of outstanding teams who are both still unbeaten. The Broncos have dug themselves a hole in each loss, only to make furious comebacks which...
Big ups to the guys at ProFootballMock.com. No sign of Brandon Weeden or Colt McCoy anywhere... Follow this link for the whole epic conversation.
CBS earned strong numbers for the latest chapter of the Tom Brady/Peyton Manning rivalry. The Week 5 NFL national window, featuring Broncos/Patriots in 81% of markets, earned a 15.7 overnight rating on CBS — up a tick from coverage featuring Jets/Patriots last year (15.6), and up 8% from coverage featuring Titans/Cowboys in 2010 (14.6). The 15.7 is the second-highest of the season...
He’s now part owner of the Memphis Grizzlies, along with Justin Timberlaker and Peyton Manning’s wife, yeah. But man, Penny will always be a “what if” player. Enjoy.
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Another week in the books and another week of miscues. The Denver Broncos, frustratingly, are finding ways to lose. The talent is there, make no mistake, but the mental toughness and discipline is not. [DenverBroncos.com & SI.com]
Willis McGahee feels like a goat today, but there is enough blame to go around that he shouldn’t feel completely responsible...
In the most recent installment of their storied rivalry, Tom Brady got the best of Peyton Manning as the Patriots topped the Broncos 31-21 in Foxboro on Sunday afternoon.Three costly Denver turnovers and their inability to stop, or even slow down, the suddenly-vaunted New England running game proved to be the deciding factors of the game. The loss drops the Broncos to 2-3 while the...
So, I am going to start looking back at my what to watch for's every week. I've been sick as ****, so sorry this took so long to go up. As always, follow me @CultOfBelichick-Safety play: Safety play was spotty on Sunday. However, the person we were worried about, Tavon Wilson, appeared to play better than Patrick Chung. He did have that one play at the beginning where Demaryius...
NEW ENGLAND (31) d DENVER (21)The Headline: Patriots run over the BroncosThe Story: I suppose the only phrase that can appropriately describe my thoughts on this game is “holy crap, the Patriots are able to run the ball!” This is my 13th season following the NFL (and the Patriots) and this looks like the best running attack this team has had since the 2004 days with Corey Dillon...