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The Denver Broncos have won an entire regular season in a row. Their streak of 16 regular season wins is remarkable. Going back to last year’s regular season, the Broncos are on a dominant winning streak which won’t probably end until late in this season when there is nothing left to play for. The team’s extended preseason will probably start at game 13 or 14, unless the Kansas City Chiefs are able to keep up some pressure in the AFC West. Peyton Manning plays for Super Bowl wins and it is unlikely for him to play in games that have no bearing on home field advantage or the standings. So he could sit out games late in the season. The Broncos are the big favorite to win this season’s Super Bowl and they should be. Their win against the Dallas Cowboys Sunday showed how hard it is to beat them and how close to perfect a game teams have to play in order to make it close at the end. So is there any way the Broncos won’t win the Super Bowl this season? Here are a few ways it could happen....
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Peyton Manning is a machine folks, the guy now has 19 touchdowns in just 4 1/2 games. Manning even rushed for a touchdown today. The last rushing touchdown of his was 62 games ago when he was a Colt. He is the best quarterback to ever play the game. If you have an opportunity to […]
While everyone on the Dallas Cowboys defense piled on Knowshon Moreno at the goal line, Peyton Manning faked out everyone by moseying in for his first rushing touchdown in five years.
Manning already had three TD passes in the first half and — after this third-and-goal jog — the Broncos quarterback even did a little fist pump as he crossed the goal line.
Thank goodness for Peyton the business man that has ownership in Papa Johns and makes these commercials tolerable to watch. Too bad he couldn’t call a audible on the taste. See the Video below:
Peyton is Actually Human…For One Play (GIF)
Peyton Manning Can Score However He Wants To (GIF)
What happens when two teams that are going in completely opposite directions meet up on Sunday? The biggest point spread in NFL history.
Peyton Manning and Denver (5-0) will play at Jacksonville (0-5) in a game where the Broncos are favored by 28.5 points. And that's just the early line, meaning that it could move higher or lower before the 4 p.m. kick.
The Broncos have the...
Peyton Manning is better than most other folks in the NFL. Here is the old man scoring on a bootleg which fooled everyone who saw it. The last time he scored on a rushing touchdown was in 2008 with the Colts.
[GIF via Buzzfeed]
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The Denver Broncos are starting to remind people of the 2007 New England Patriots. After hanging 51 points on the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday, Peyton Manning and company are now averaging an incredible 46 points per game. The Patriots were “only” averaging 36 points per game after five games in ’07. Things get much easier […]
The 5-0 Denver Broncos have already been installed as 28 point favorites over the 0-5 Jacksonville Jaguars next week in what will be the largest point spread (and biggest mismatch) in NFL history. The Broncos may score 12 touchdowns before the Jaguars complete a forward pass. It's going to be such a blowout, it'll make Ohio State vs Florida A&M look like an instant...
The Denver Broncos are the biggest favorite ever in an NFL game, a whopping four-touchdown pick Sunday at home against the hapless Jacksonville Jaguars.
Sports books in and around Las Vegas make Peyton Manning and the Broncos a 28-point favorite over Jacksonville. That's unheard of in an industry where half-point swings can be huge and most teams are rated within a few points...
Indianapolis won seven of the first nine AFC South titles. Now, the Colts are back on top of the division.
For the first time in the post-Peyton Manning era, Indianapolis (4-1) has taken sole possession of the division lead - one game ahead of Tennessee and two ahead of two-time defending division champ Houston with no intention of giving it up. The Colts are one of four NFL teams...
Let me start off by saying, thank you, thank you to everyone who decided not to pick Peyton Manning in last weeks Draftstreet daily leagues.
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Tweet In case you haven’t been paying attention, Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos offense has looked like something out of a game of Madden over the first five weeks of the season. Up next in the Broncos line of fire is the lowly Jacksonville Jaguars, who have in contrast looked like one of the […]
Denver Broncos Executive vice president of football operations John Elway says the Denver Broncos 51-48 win against the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday was a “confidence builder.” The win was the narrowest margin of victory so far this season for the 5-0 Broncos. “If you look at the first four
ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) -- Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos stayed unbeaten after Tony Romo made one late mistake in a record-setting game.
Manning kept up his torrid pace with four touchdown passes, and Matt Prater kicked a 28-yard field goal as time expired for a 51-48 victory over the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday.
Romo threw for 506 yards and five touchdowns, the first 500-yard...
Here are some detailed Fantasy Revelations off a select listing of Sunday games.
Perhaps next week (depending on baseball), we'll have more time to delve into three books of nuggets ... and mini-rants involving second-tier tailbacks who cannot stay healthy.
1. There's nothing new to proclaim about the Broncos and Cowboys ... even if it might have been the greatest outing...
Answering fan questions on ESPN Louisville quarterback Teddy Bridgewater compared himself to Peyton Manning. Ironically, the question came from a UK fan.