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Welcome on in to the Week 8 edition of the NFL awards, our big mid-season awards special.So make sure you dress as nice as you possible can (not that we have a dress code or anything), and settle in for one of our biggest shows of the year.Even though it's the same length of the rest of them.This week...the Chiefs are the best team, but there's a real battle developing for the worst, and will there be any objections to Peyton Manning as MVP?We doubt it.All that and more, plus the usual name dropping that you have hopefully gotten to like (and if not, at least tolerate).
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Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning has two sprained ankles, reports ESPN. Manning suffered both ankle sprains during Denver’s victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars. The first ankle sprain happened on the Broncos’ first offensive play against the Jaguars, ESPN sources said. The four-time MVP sustained the second sprain when he was hit low by
The Bronco’s are rewarding many veteran players this week. The reward? Rest. QB Peyton Manning will be one of those players.
The 37-year-old Manning’s among about a dozen veteran players who won’t participate in bye week practices Tuesday and Wednesday.
“He’s not going to get a whole lot of reps the next two days, I’ll tell you that,” Fox said, via Mike Klis of the...
Knowshon Moreno was one of the most hated Broncos players last year, before Peyton Manning arrived in town. Now he is known as one of the top fantasy backs in the NFL. The Denver Broncos running back put up 133 all-purpose yards and scored a touchdown in the Week 8 win over the Washington Redskins. […]
Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning has sprains in both of his ankles, including aright high-ankle sprain.
Manning and the Broncos suffered their first loss of the season last Sunday against the Indianapolis Colts and will look to get back into the win column against the Washington Redskins today.
Both of P. Manning’s ankles are sprained, including a high right...
According to ESPN’s Chris Mortensen, Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning is dealing with sprained ankles. One of them is a high ankle sprain. Both of P. Manning’s ankles are sprained, including a high right ankle sprain aggravated by Robert Mathis’ 2nd sack. Pain killer for today. — Chris Mortensen (@mortreport) October 27, 2013 Need NFL Tickets? Loading...
Peyton Manning tried to stop the fumble recovery and failed big time.
Come on, Colorado winter. Bring on the dropping temperatures and drop down the snow. The Broncos are ready for tough outdoor conditions, where the manliest of football men run the ball and Peyton Manning can save his arm.
On a day when former coach Mike Shanahan had thoughts of converting a nice tribute into a stunning upset, the Broncos overcome a two touchdown deficit and a rare...
Denver Broncos QB Peyton Manning has been re-writing the NFL record book in the first few weeks of the regular season, throwing the ball at a torrid pace. Manning missed a practice this week as it was reported he was dealing with an ankle injury. This morning, it was reported that Manning has injury issues with both ankles.
ESPN’s Chris Mortensen is reporting on Twitter that Manning...
The mighty Peyton Manning finally lost last week, and to his former team the Colts.
He certainly didn't look like the machine he's been to start the season, and part of that might be because he's injured.
Manning missed a practice earlier this week with an "ankle" injury. ESPN's Chris Mortenson has learned that it sounds a little bit severe.
Both of P...
In an unexpected twist, Peyton Manning was the one who needed some bailing out.
On a day when the Denver Broncos quarterback threw three interceptions and lost a fumble, Von Miller and the defense stepped up in a 45-21 win over the Washington Redskins on Sunday.
The much-maligned defensive unit - last in the league against the pass - harassed Robert Griffin III all afternoon. The...
Today when the Broncos took the practice field #18 looked big like he had been lifting weights. Well cone to find out, it wasn’t Peyton Manning but Jacob Tamme instead. “I was looking for 84 but he wasn’t out there,” Tamme laughed when asked who he was looking to throw to. “It was fun. Some […]
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Take a seat, Peyton Manning. Cool your jets, Jamaal Charles. Slam your hand in a door, Tom Brady. (Wait, he already did.)
In a conference containing some of the best offensive players of the past generation, a second-year receiver has claimed the honors for AFC offensive player of the week for Week Eight of the 2013 season.
Marvin Jones earned...
The timing of this statement is funny because Peyton Manning shredded Durant’s Redskins into pieces. Aaron Rodgers still the best QB in the league — Kevin Durant (@KDTrey5) October 28, 2013 I’m sure Durant was hearing all this noise about Manning, so he decided to take this route. Follow Mark Gunnels @RealMarkGunnels Facebook.com/FullScaleSports Twitter: @FullScaleSport
In a mild surprise, given the extent of the left leg injuries he suffered two weeks ago, Orlando Franklin was the Broncos' starting right offensive tackle Sunday.
"It tells you we've got some tough guys on this team," Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning said.
And Manning is one of them. He suffered an ankle injury two games ago while getting hit in the end zone...
Let's just jump right in with a couple of Hall of Famers who started cold and came out red hot! I'm talking about Tom Brady and Peyton Manning. How shocking was it that these comsummate winners fell behind early but woke up and rallied to win their respective games? I read the comments about sitting Brady becaused he was playing so badly... he was hurt... maybe he read them...