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A Peyton Manning versus Tony Romo Super Bowl? It could happen. (Photos: Zimbio.com)
Every year a handful of teams in the NFL surprise and a handful of teams disappoint. For instance, the 2012 Washington Redskins. Picked by most to finish in the NFC East cellar, the Redskins rode Robert Griffin the III all the way to a division title.
Publications usually do a pretty bad job of picking who the surprise teams will be. That’s why they are surprise teams. They also do a really poor job of selecting a disappointment or two.
So, don’t laugh when you look at the picks below.
Yes, I have Atlanta missing the playoffs. The Falcons are talented enough to win the Super Bowl, but are unlucky enough to have to play both other NFC powers — San Francisco and Green Bay — during the regular season. Plus, the Falcons take on New England. They begin the season at New Orleans, who will be welcoming head coach Sean Peyton back into the mix, and finish with one of the hardest December four game stretches ...
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Welcome to the 2013 season, folks. The Broncos put it to the Ravens in the season opener on Thursday Night Football (or Sunday Night Football on Thursday Night or whatever it was called). I’ve already gone into some detail on some shining performances from the likes of Julius Thomas and other under-the-radar players. But, this […]The post Peyton Manning was a monster for the...
If you were sleep, or under a rock, you missed quite an opening night to the NFL season.
Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos opened their regular season with a rematch of the their AFC Divisional loss to the Baltimore Ravens.
From the outset of the ballgame, it seemed as if Peyton Manning was trying to make up for his late game interception during the Broncos playoff loss to the...
Peyton Manning won the Poster War. Manning was hanging in banner form back turned to his enemy pictured in the classic quarterback pose a glove missing from his right passing hand.
The other poster controversially hanging outside the stadium that Denver-area taxpayers and Broncos owner Pat Bowlen built was Joe Flacco. He represented the bane of what Denver fans wish for.
Here are four fantasy revelations from the Broncos' 49-27 thumping of the Ravens on Thursday, which included an NFL-record-tying performance from Peyton Manning.
1. Even in hindsight, it's hard to feel guilty about Manning's No. 8 ranking for the week
Of his nine previous season openers, Manning (462 yards passing, seven TDs vs. Baltimore) had thrown for 2,529 yards...
You know when you are playing Madden and you are unstoppable, well last night Peyton Manning has that feeling. At least in the second half. Believe it or not the Denver Broncos were actually losing at halftime 17-14. If you stopped watching the game after the first quarter when you saw the miscommunication between Peyton Manning and the Broncos wide outs, you would be stunned when...
Broncos fans have to be encouraged by the performance of Peyton Manning and the Denver offense, particularly in the second half of the opener Thursday night. Manning joined rare company in having thrown for seven touchdowns in a game – only five others have accomplished that feat.
Manning had closed in on the mark twice previously, tossing six TDs against Detroit in 2004 and against...
After Peyton Manning set the football world on fire with his seven-touchdown performance on Thursday night, the NFL season is now in full swing as Sunday will present the first slate of games for the 2013 season. While it’s unlikely that Manning’s performance against Baltimore on Thursday night will be duplicated this week, there are [...]
The editor at the Columbus Dispatch obviously was asleep at the wheel when they were going through this article talking about the Denver Broncos-Baltimore Ravens game. The title of the article said “Elway Throws For Seven Touchdown passes” and the first two words of the article are “Peyton Manning.” Then the next paragraph starts with “Elway” and the following one...
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The Broncos have three tailbacks competing for playing time. The
winner may be the one who best protects Peyton Manning.
Peyton Manning's new weapon, Wes Welker, is listed as probable for Thursday night's season opener.Fantasy Spin:Welker has been dealing an ankle sprain, but he was always expected to be ready for Week 1 after avoided the dreaded high-ankle sprain.
Despite getting blown out by Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos, the Baltimore Ravens suffered a lot more than a 47-29 loss. Ravens’ star player and Super Bowl XLVII “hero” Jacoby Jones suffered an apparent MCL sprain after accidentally colliding with teammate Brynden Trawick while trying to catch a punt early in the second quarter.
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The New York Giants are looking to rebound from a disappointing 2012 that saw them miss the playoffs.
Three straight such years - and a big contract extension for Tony Romo - have the Dallas Cowboys feeling increasing pressure to return to the postseason.
If either of these archrivals are lacking that sense of urgency to start the season, the sight of each other should provide...
The NFC East is filled with question marks. Just one team made the playoffs from the division last year, the Washington Redskins, who recovered from a 3-6 start to win the division. It really is anyone’s guess as to who the…Read more →