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2012 Hottest Denver Broncos Cheerleaders
The Denver Broncos Cheerleaders have had many different names throughout the years. In 1971, the squad debuted as the Bronco Belles and became the Pony Express in 1977. However, the group disbanded in 1980 after two members posed topless in Playboy and didn’t return to its current version until 1993.
The one thing that has stayed consistent throughout those years is that these Broncos girls have been smoking hot. We rank the Top 10 Hottest Denver Broncos of the 2012-13 season.
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Towards the end of Monday night’s loss to the Atlanta Falcons, the Denver Broncos told rookie quarterback Brock Osweiler to warm up. You might be wondering, why would the Broncos even think about benching Peyton Manning? Don’t worry they weren’t going to bench him.
“I was going in for the Hail Mary,” Osweiler said. “I’m not sure what the dividing line was as far as...
Quarterback Peyton Manning #18 of the Denver Broncos throws the ball against the Atlanta Falcons during their game at the Georgia Dome on September 17, 2012 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
“Just three bad decisions,” said Peyton Manning.
You’re about as likely to see Peyton Manning make three bad decisions in one quarter as you are to see Elvis Dumervil...
Last week: 9 (-1)
I have a feeling the Broncos are going to be one of those teams with big home/road disparities in their records this season. They have a huge advantage at home, running the no huddle against defenses not used to playing in the thin air, but on the road, not only do they not have that advantage, but in noisy atmospheres like Atlanta last week, it’s...
Denver, CO. Very few people really know the inner workings of how the Denver Broncos enticed Peyton Manning to sign on the dotted line this past March. The three finalists in the “Manning Derby” came down to the 49ers, Titans, and Broncos, and Peyton kept everything close to the vest before he eventually made his …
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ATLANTA The iconic Peyton Manning of memory the maestro, flawlessly guiding his team down -- seemingly resurrected itself in Week 1 of the NFL season with a highly efficient victory over a perennially tough defense.
On Monday, Manning showed he, too, has a human, erring side, as he fell back to earth by throwing three first-quarter interceptions and suffered the first loss of...
Both the Broncos and Falcons are coming off of double-digit wins in Week 1, albeit against much different teams.
The Broncos defeated the Steelers in Peyton Manning’s Denver debut, while the Falcons easily defeated the lowly Chiefs, who are playing like the worst team in football right now.
This game will be very evenly matched and will feature two explosive offenses.
Interception. Interception. Interception. Three-and-out. Fumble. Three-and-out. Touchdown.
If you feel manic reading it, try watching it.
Matt Ryan and Peyton Manning will get into a classic QB duel tonight which will be great for fantasy football owners.
Week two of the NFL season was filled with plenty of surprises, upsets, big plays and dominant fantasy football performances. So what can we expect in the final game of the week tonight when the Atlanta Falcons play host to Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos...
Denver Broncos at Atlanta Falcons: BT GameBlog
Tonight should prove to be an exciting game when the Broncos roll into Atlanta to take on the Falcons. Both of these teams had promising starts in week 1 and handled their opponents rather easily. Peyton Manning became the "Manning of Old" around the Broncos third or fourth drive last week, speeding up to the line and running a no huddle offense to perfection. He has...
Monday Night Football!! I am loving this game between Atlanta and Denver. Two excellent QBs with excellent weapons. One trying to regain the title of best in the game after missing a year with injury and swapping teams. While the other is just trying to get into any conversation over the best in the game. He has the wins and stats, but no postseason success. But take heart Matty...
Oh, what a sublimely horrific first half. Peyton Manning and the scab refs staged a race to the bottom. Peyton wobbled ducks and was said to be confused by Mike Nolan’s schemes. The replacement refs were confused by the rest. Still, even as bad as they are, John Fox challenged a penalty for 12 men on the field and lost. So score that one for the scabs. Peyton threw three picks...