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AFC East Daily:
BY DAN BEGNOCHEWith a depleted secondary, the Buffalo Bills have had a hard time keeping teams off the scoreboard through three games. Against the Baltimore Ravens, they may have a harder time putting points on.After a blowout loss in Week 1 at the hands of Peyton Manning's electric offense, the Ravens' defense has allowed just 15 points combined the last two weeks, giving up zero touchdowns. Much of that success can be tied to the unit's ability to disrupt plays in the backfield, an issue that plagued the Bills' offense in Week 3.E.J. Manuel, who had running back C.J. Spiller at his disposal for only half of the team's eventual loss to the Jets, struggled to get into the end zone against Gang Green's defense. The rookie was sacked eight times and took another eight hits, mustering a mere 45 percent completion rate. If he and the offensive line can get past Baltimore's stout front seven, Buffalo's receivers could have a field day against the Ravens...
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During his career coaching at the University of Oregon, Chip Kelly dominated teams. They would brutally attack football teams, and terrorize their scoreboards. While it was great on the winning side of the football game, Chip Kelly is tasting a little Karma. Today when Chip Kelly was asked about the beating they took yesterday by […]
The Eagles defense became the latest victims in a long line of NFL teams unable to stop Peyton Manning from absolutely dominating on the field, but it wasn’t for a lack of creative effort on their part.
The Broncos steamrolled Philadelphia 52-20, and when they failed to lay actual hits on the Denver signal caller to limit the damage, they went with a different method of attack...
Great isn't good enough for Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos.
They're treating opponents like the scout squad they practice against, moving up and down the field with little resistance, seemingly the only ones who can stop them is themselves.
Manning shrugged off yet another record-setting performance in a 52-20 dismantling of the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday, saying...
The Denver Broncos and Peyton Manning continued breaking records Sunday as they defeated the Philadelphia Eagles 52-20. This was Denver’s 15th straight regular-season win, which broke the Broncos’ record of 14 set in the 1997-1998 season. Denver’s 52 points Sunday was the most in their 54-year history. This was the Broncos’ fourth consecutive blowout win. In […]
Welcome back! It’s finally Sunday, and this week the Birds are in Denver. Now, if you’ve suffered through the endless cycle of pro-Manning propaganda as I have, you know that the Eagles have no chance. Really. They should not have left PHI. This was an expenditure that Lurie did not have to make. They stand not a chance in this endeavor. Manning is going to throw mad TDs while...
So that wasn’t pretty. Not in the slightest. Peyton Manning and his band of merry men throttled the Eagles 52-20.
On the Eagles side, there was not much good to be had. The offense didn’t look sharp, the defense was gashed (and gassed), and the special teams got burned.
The Eagles stand at 1-3 with a quarter of the season gone. The question becomes, where do the Eagles go from...
The Denver Broncos rolled the Philadelphia Eagles Sunday with a 52-20 victory, setting a franchise record for most points scored in a game. With the victory, the Broncos moved to 4-0 on the season. Peyton Manning, who was taken out of the game with 22 seconds left in the third quarter,
The Philadelphia Eagles hit the road on Sunday to meet the Denver Broncos.
After a putting a beating on the Redskins in Week 1 the Eagles have lost consecutive games. They will look to stop that streak in Week 4 but it will be no easy task against a 3-0 Broncos team.
Peyton Manning and the Broncos have looked much like the team that dominated the second half of the 2012 season...
Baltimore Ravens (2-1) at Buffalo Bills (1-2)
The Ravens’ season certainly got off to a rough start week 1 in Denver, as Peyton Manning tied an NFL record for touchdowns against them in a 49-27 loss. However, they bounced back at home over the past 2 weeks with a 14-6 win over Cleveland and a 30-9 win over Houston. Now this week they have to go back on the road, where life has...
We’re a month into the NFL season minus the Monday Night Football match up featuring the New Orleans Saints hosting the Miami Dolphins. Here are my random thoughts and observations on each game.
Philadelphia @ Denver Peyton Manning doesn’t need any help but he will gladly take it. Broncos kick returner Trindon Holliday took a kickoff to the house and Steven Johnson returned...
Philadelphia Eagles (1-2) vs. Denver Broncos (3-0)
September 29, 2013 4:15 P.M. EST
Sports Authority Stadium (Mile High)
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The Broncos are 10-point favorites in this one mostly because the pundits look at Philly's poorly-rated pass defense and they expect Peyton Manning to have possession of the ball for at least 12 series. That's a...
Quarterback Champs: Peyton Manning- 28/34, 327 yards, 4 TDs-29 fantasy pointsThis is getting a bit ridiculous because Peyton literally looks the best he’s ever looked. Every time you punt to that well-oiled machine, you might as well chalk up seven. Peyton’s got 16 TDs and 1470 yards (on pace for 5880 yards and 64 TDs) and the Broncos are sporting a cool 45-point average...
Eagles 20, Broncos 52, Sunday, September 29, 2013
Why the title of this post? That was my thought when John Fox took Peyton Manning out of the game early in the fourth quarter.
I mean, come on, we all knew this was going to be ugly. But this was UGLY. U-G-L-Y you ain’t got no alibi UGLY.
Stud of the week: seriously, dude, I don’t even know. Everything was a mess. The offense...
When last we left globby nut goblin, Peter King, he explained how anything is possible if you have enough Dustin Pedroias on your side. PK also attributed the “Factory of Sadness” joke to Mike Florio because, when in doubt, credit your fellow media trolls. But what about this week? Well, rather ’round, my children and you shall hear the collected tales of Peyton Manning and...
The Seattle Seahawks have proverbially shaken off their detractors with a nothing-than-dramatic comeback victory in overtime against the Houston Texans.Russell Wilson and Seattle have been the media darling of the NFL this season, along with the Denver Broncos and Peyton Manning, but one thing that critics and analyst have repeatedly pointed out is the difference between Seattle...