Found January 08, 2012 on
Shaun Suisham kicked two field goals to give the Steelers a 6-0 lead over the Denver Broncos after one quarter of their playoff game today.
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All this past week, I was thinking how embarrassing it’d be if the 12-4 Pittsburgh Steelers lost to the 8-8 Denver Broncos. But there was no chance of that happening, right? The Steelers were heavily favored. Plenty has been said by commentators about how unfair it was that the Broncos, on a three-game losing streak, were able to host a wildcard playoff game against...
Is There An Upset Coming?
The Patriots must be happy to see the Broncos coming to Foxborough, but the Broncos have a pocketful of miracles.
Key To The Game: Defense
Doom & Gloom:
Von Miller and Elvis Dumervil have been quiet for the past few weeks. If the Broncos have any hope of slowing down Tom Brady and his arsenal of targets, the Broncos need to apply pressure.
Even if you weren't watching last night's Broncos-Steelers AFC Wild Card game, you probably heard about it. You certainly did if you were online and got anywhere near Twitter.
Denver quarterback Tim Tebow's 80-yard, game-winning touchdown pass to wide receiver Demaryius Thomas on the first play of overtime set the social networking site ablaze, and for hours it seemed...
The Steelers have been preparing for Tim Tebow all week. Now they will have to go back and look at tape on Brady Quinn. Quinn reportedly took half of the teams first team reps and has specific packages that he will run against the Steelers. Quinn is expected to come in on second and long and then again on third and long. The Broncos have lost trust in Tebow to throw the ball...
A former employee is alleging workers were routinely subjected to racial discrimination at a California car dealership partially owned by former Denver Broncos star John Elway.
In a lawsuit filed Monday, a former sales manager at John Elway's Manhattan Beach Toyota alleges he and other minority employees were denied promotions and opportunities based on their race.
According to the Denver Post, Broncos wide receiver Eric Decker’s knee injury isn’t as severe as they had first thought.
Decker has a sprained MCL and will not be able to play this weekend against the Patriots. He’ll undergo further testing today to check for additional damage to his knee.
Some of Hines Ward’s teammates expect that the veteran receiver will retire. Ward and some reporters around Ward feel differently. Rich Walsh of Channel 11 in Pittsburgh reports Ward wants to continue playing. Jim Wexell of Scout.com believes that defensive linemen Aaron Smith and Chris Hoke will retire, but Ward and linebacker James Farrior will continue…
It's hard to take your eyes off Broncos QB Tim Tebow, who unapologetically uses football to take his message beyond the field.
Decker's injury to keep him out of patriots game The knee injury to Broncos receiver Eric Decker in Denver's 29-23 victory over the Steelers on Sunday was not as severe as it initially
Tim Tebow, Quarterback, Denver Broncos. It was really pretty simple. Pittsburgh put everyone at the line of scrimmage and said, "Tim Tebow's going to have to throw to beat us," and then, well, Tim Tebow threw to beat them. I very nearly gave this spot to Demaryius Thomas, because he was just as responsible for making that plan work. It doesn't work without a receiver...