Found December 18, 2012 on
Jack Del Rio
Broncos 34, Ravens 17 – You know what a victory means! Time for BT’s Week 15 Game Balls.
Knowshon Moreno: During this game, I started getting this odd feeling inside of my head. No longer was I expecting and waiting for Moreno to fumble, or have 5 runs in a row produce zero net yards. No, instead, I started wanting to see him run. I wanted to see what was next. I stopped saying “please don’t fumble, please don’t fumble” when he got hit. Yes BroncoTalk faithful, I started trusting Knowshon and started thinking “we NEED him”. Add on top of that a RIDICULOUS hurdle of a Hall of Fame safety in Ed Reed, combined with 118 yards on 22 carries (5.4ypc) and a TD, and stellar pass blocking, and it’s easy to see why Knowshon Moreno receives the first gameball this week.
Chris Harris: I am still shaking my head at how all 32 teams passed on this kid for 7 rounds. Yes, I’m a KU guy, but man, Chris Harris isn’t just an undrafted gem, he’s looking like that big Hope Diamond hanging down the middle o
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On Sunday, Denver Broncos running back Knowshon Moreno carried the ball 22 times against Baltimore, gaining 118 yards on the ground against the Ravens defense.
In addition to his touchdown run, Moreno’s 20-yard run seen below was his most impressive carry of the afternoon
The Broncos went on to defeat the Ravens, 34-17. Moreno has rushed for 100 plus yards in back-to-back games...
After turning heads—and jumping over them—on Sunday, Denver Broncos running back Knowshon Moreno has been nominated for the Week 15 FedEx Ground Player of the Week award on NFL.com.
Against the Baltimore Ravens, Moreno rushed 22 times for 118 yards and a score. His competition in the voting this week is Houston’s Arian Foster and Minnesota’s Adrian Peterson—he’s in...
Knowshon Moreno hurdles Ed Reed in Baltimore in a 34-17 Broncos win. (Ben Hays/Denver Broncos)
THIS is the statement we needed to make this season! It hardly matters that we allowed a ridiculous garbage time TD (I mean, 4 missed tackles, are you kidding me?), we still put this game away before halftime! Heck, we even had a Brock Osweiler sighting, but more importantly is that the...
Knowshon Moreno sees your voracious defense, Baltimore, and he’s going to — well, he’s going to hurdle it.
Moreno showed no fear in the face of safety Ed Reed on Sunday as the Broncos staked an early lead. When the legendary Baltimore defender came into his path as Moreno was taking off down the field, Moreno used his legs to jump over Reed and just kept on going.
Denver Broncos running back Knowshon Moreno displayed his athleticism by hurdling right over Baltimore Ravens safety (and future NFL Hall of Famer) Ed Reed during Sunday's NFL game at M&T Bank Stadium.
As of this writing, Moreno has 13 rushes for 74 yards, including that impressive run.
H/T Big Lead.
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Peyton Manning enjoyed his 9th straight victory over the Baltimore Ravens, his first in a Broncos uniform, and winning their 11th victory of the season 34-17.
He wasn't perfect, going 14/28 and just throwing for 204 yards with 1 TD, but the team as whole was able to manage whatever Baltimore threw at them.
RB Knowshon Moreno came up big, rushing for 118 on 22 carries and...
Broncos running back Knowshon Moreno has falling off the map since Willis McGahee came to town back in 2011 and outplayed the former Georgia star. But after McGahee went on the injured reserve a few weeks back, Moreno has enjoyed a resurgence and showed off some serious ups in the first quarter against the Baltimore Ravens when he hurdled over Ed Reed.
The post Knowshon...
Denver Broncos players watched as the San Francisco 49ers beat the New England Patriots Sunday night moving the Broncos into AFC's No. 2 seed for the playoffs. But the Players know they still need to win two more games before anything is set.
The Houston Texans (12-2) presently hold the AFC's No. 1 playoff spot while the Broncos (11-3) hold the No. 2 spot giving both...
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Denver Broncos running back Knowshon Moreno, now seemingly healthy, gets to do things a lot of NFL people thought he would be doing all along...
Like this to Ed Reed...
For those of us based near the HQ this is old news...
We've seen it before... and so did Central Michigan...
FOSG Bob Rathbun on the call...
Broncos RB Knowshon Moreno hurdled Baltimore Raven Ed Reed.
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