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Just when you thought that Tebowing had finally reached its conclusion, Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller decided to bring it back.
Watch as Von brings down Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and pays the ultimate tribute to his former teammate by dropping down to one knee:
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AROUND THE WEB
WAVE YOUR ARM
Check it out. This Pittsburgh Steelers fan is so excited about the 2012 season that he got a “Terrible Towel” tattoo on his forearm.
It’s actually a pretty darn good-looking tattoo as tattoos go. Talk about fan loyality.
Tim Tebow may be gone, but his legacy in Denver lives on… at least when it comes to post-play celebrations.
Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller paid tribute to his former teammate by Tebowing after sacking Ben Roethlisberger in the fourth quarter of Sunday night’s 31-19 Broncos win. Check the video below:
A play earlier, Miller had also taken down Roethlisberger, celebrating...
The Denver Broncos will be wearing a special decal on their helmet’s that will show their support for the state of Colorado.
For the 2012 season, the #Broncos will wear a special helmet decal showing their support for the state of Colorado. twitpic.com/ashl8z
— Gray Caldwell (@gray_dbdotcom) September 8, 2012
In 2012, Colorado has suffered through...
Denver, CO. When an NFL team has the #2 overall pick in any draft, the obvious hope is that the player chosen develops into an every down starter, and a star at his position. For the Denver Broncos in the spring of 2011, they decided to select a pass rush specialist named Von Miller. The Broncos had struggled getting to the quarterback for several seasons, so it was a logical...
The return of Peyton Manning was one of the most talked about topics during the off-season, and he (as well as his new team) did not disappointing on Sunday night. The Denver Broncos beat the Pittsburgh Steelers by a score of 31-19. Peyton was 19-26 for 253 yards with 2 TD’s and happened to throw his 400th touchdown pass of his career on a 71-yard strike to Demaryius Thomas....
Yep, he went there.
Near the end of Denver’s 31-19 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers, Broncos star linebacker Von Miller sacked Ben Roethlisberger to essentially seal the game. Then Miller’s post sack celebration included that thing that should have died a long time ago but seems to be on life support forever.
I’d tell Miller to never, never, ever do...
The Pittsburgh Steelers got beat the old fashion way last night. The Broncos defense was able to put pressure on Ben Roethlsiberger and sack him 5 times. The Pittsburgh offense look a little sluggish as they took on the Broncos, I wonder if the altitude got to them or the Steelers as a team just didn’t think the Denver defense was going to rise to the occasion like they did. One...
One thing that stuck out statistically Sunday night in the Pittsburgh Steelers 31-19 loss to the Denver Broncos was the play once again of quarterback Ben Roethlisberger on third downs.
If you have heard or seen the clips that are floating around after the Sunday night game, you likely saw the post-game exchange between Roethlisberger and Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning. During...
GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN
Von Miller got two sacks on Ben Roethlisberger in the final possession of Denver’s 31-19 win over Pittsburgh on Sunday night, and he received plenty of attention for his sack celebrations.
As seen in the images above, the second-year linebacker dropped down on one knee and “Tebowed,” possibly as a nod to his former teammate, Tim Tebow, who’s currently with the Jets, after...
Can Ben Roethlisberger and the Pittsburgh Steelers win the AFC North in route to the Super Bowl? Here are some predictions for the Steelers 2012 NFL season.
Peyton Manning helped lead the new-look Denver Broncos to a big win Sunday night. But while the new quarterback was establishing the start of his era in the Mile High city, one Broncos teammate made sure to pay respects to the team's old signal caller. Von Miller, the NFL's Defensive Rookie of the Year in 2011, picked up where he left off last season on Sunday night. The...
Late in the game. Down six. Length of the field to go.
Usually, this is a situation in which Ben Roethlisberger shines.
This time, it was a moment he would rather forget.
Roethlisberger tried to thread a pass into a receiver and was intercepted by cornerback Tracy Porter, who returned it for a game-sealing 43-yard touchdown as the Denver Broncos beat the Pittsburgh Steelers 31...
After the Broncos defeated the Steelers on Sunday night, much was made of John Fox’s acceptance of new concepts regarding Peyton Manning.We talked about his compromise, adopting the no-huddle offense while still employing a healthy dose of the ground game and Willis McGahee.Of course, it is easy for Fox to change his offensive philosophy with Manning as the de facto offensive coordinator...
The Denver Broncos welcomed the Peyton Manning era to Mile High Stadium. He did not disappoint. Throwing for 253 yards and two touchdowns and a two-point conversion, Manning was his masterful self. The long layoff due to his neck injury didn’t deter him one bit.
If an offense can't move the ball on first down in a football game, it sets the stage for a long night offensively, and it puts more pressure on the quarterback to convert 3rd and long situations. That is exactly what happened to the Pittsburgh Steelers last night in their 31-19 loss to the Denver Broncos in the Sunday night opener.
While the game plan was to possess the football...