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The Denver Broncos knew that the spotlight was going to shine brightly on them after signing Peyton Manning. John Elway was fully aware that would be the case. Though they may be off to just a 2-2 start through the first quarter of the 2012 NFL season, the Broncos appear poised to make another run at an AFC West division championship.
With that being said, they will still have to improve in many aspects if they are to catch up to the San Diego Chargers and hold off the Kansas City Chiefs in the division. After watching the first four games of the season, all three should be well within reach for the Broncos in 2012.
Denver started off the season right by beating the same team they defeated in last season’s wild card round in the Pittsburgh Steelers. After a pair of six point losses to two undefeated team – the Atlanta Falcons and Houston Texans – the Broncos came out an annihilated the Raiders last week. Considering their only two losses have been close ones to two out of the three ...
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Peyton Manning is reportedly set to join the ownership group of the NBA's Memphis Grizzlies.
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This Sunday, Peyton Manning returns to Gillette Stadium. It's a place that hasn't been kind to him, against a team that's been even less kind. In Manning's resume of greatness, he could have the wins, the completion records, the touchdown throws. But the Patriots would take the big wins, the titles -- and his heart. Gillette was the home of Ty Law, whose telepathy...
After convincingly thumping a division rival in Week 4, several Denver Broncos have been nominated for weekly awards on NFL.com. Quarterback Peyton Manning and running back Willis McGahee have been nominated as FedEx Air and Ground Players of the Week.
Voting is open at NFL.com/GMC from Monday through Thursday. Manning (30-of-38 for 338 yards and 3 TDs) is up against New England’s...
About every four years, sports heroes and politicians get awfully chummy.
No matter which team or party you support, it's always interesting to see who endorses what party and why.
This week, NFL legend John Elway announced his support of Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan, according to a press release on Romney's Website.
"Governor Romney is a proven leader with the experience...
NFL quarterback Peyton Manning is supporting wife Ashley's move to join the group of minority owners being assembled by prospective owner Robert J. Pera, and a person familiar with the deal says former NBA player Penny Hardaway also will be part of the group.
Manning and Hardaway join a minority group that includes singer and actor Justin Timberlake and a couple of Memphis businessmen...
According to Chris Vernon of ESPN Radio, Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning is expected to become a partial owner of the Memphis Grizzlies of the NBA.
Former NBA player Penny Hardaway, and singer Justin Timberlake are the other partial owners.
This is certainly an interesting investment for Manning, since small market NBA owners have had a hard time making a profit.
As Week 5 of the NFL season approaches, the Denver Broncos (2-2) are preparing to face the New England Patriots (2-2) on the road. Here are six mid-week thoughts for your consideration going into the game —
(1) Brady vs. Manning rivalry continues as both QBs prepare for historic showdown.
Sunday will mark the thirteenth time quarterbacks Tom Brady and Peyton Manning...
Sorry for the absence the last few weeks. The combination of touring (yes, I’m in a couple of bands, The Twin Cats and Cosby Sweater) and moving sort of got the best of me.
So let’s get right to it. Here are some players you will definitely start, and some others you will definitely want to sit, for Week 5 of the fantasy football season.
Suddenly, BenJarvus Green-Ellis has fumblitis...
Justin Timberlake and Penny Hardaway are also part of Robert Pera's ownership group.
The Patriots and Jets may be technically tied atop the AFC East with identical 2-2 records, but that's about where the similarities end. While the Patriots are coming off of a convincing come-from-behind win in Buffalo last week, the Jets are coming off of a beatdown at the hands of the 49ers. Both teams face big games again this week with New England hosting Peyton Manning and...
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The Denver Broncos head back to Gillette Stadium to face the New England Patriots and I just can’t help to feel that we may just have a team that can compete with Tom Brady. [DenverBroncos.com]
The tale of the tape is all about bowing down to the alter of Brady and the Patriots. Barely worth the watch, but one must always remain objective. [NFL.com]