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Denver Broncos power rankings from around the web. How did Monday’s 27-21 loss to the Atlanta Falcons affect the Broncos’ power rankings? Let’s find out.
ESPN: 9th (13)
Was Peyton Manning really wearing a Broncos jersey? Looked like he could’ve been rocking the Colts’ horseshoe. Impressive.
SI/Don Banks: 9th (8)
Forgive the non sequitur, but the funniest thing I’ve...
Peyton Manning’s apparent lack of confidence and arm strength have been debated since the future Hall of Fame quarterback struggled mightily in the Denver Broncos 27-21 loss to the Falcons on Sunday at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta. Against the … Continue reading →
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...
The Denver Broncos were counting on Ty Warren to anchor their run defense after sitting out the previous two seasons with injuries.
That plan lasted all of five snaps before the veteran defensive tackle re-tore his right triceps in the opener and went on I.R., ending his season and likely his career.
Filling the void for the Broncos (1-1) are a beefed-up Kevin Vickerson, 11th-year...
This photo of Denver Broncos coach John Fox shouting at the NFL replacement refs went viral Monday night. (US Presswire photo)
A conglomeration of red and white jerseys wrestled with each other on the Georgia Dome turf, a football somewhere within. Three under-experienced, under-qualified, over-uniformed men sifted through the mass of Atlanta Falcons and Denver Broncos players, trying...
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...
Rod Smith hangs on to a grudge almost as well as a pass.
Even 18 years later, the former Denver Broncos wide receiver remains irate over not being drafted.
The Broncos took a chance on the unheralded wideout from Missouri Southern and he blossomed into the team's all-time leader in virtually every receiving category.
Always a fan favorite, Smith will hear the roar of the crowd...
Peyton Manning wasn't having any nonsense Wednesday -- "nonsense" in this case being any questions about the effectiveness of himself and the offense as a whole in the wake of a four-turnover performance Monday. At least on the surface, the 15-year veteran's confidence remained intact. "It's not deterred at all, if you're insinuating that coming off...
I’m a man of the people Juan…
Demaryius Thomas is a beast and surprisingly has been the best fantasy WR on the Broncos after all the hype was surrounding Eric Decker this Summer. Looks like he could be a steal for fantasy owners that grabbed him in the middle rounds of their drafts.
Willis McGahee Is A Mall Rat
Julio Caught In A Parking Garage
Denver had a late second half rally to get with in a one possession game, but at the end of the game, the unspeakable, horrendous, first half play of the Broncos was too much for Manning and the team to overcome. As always, when the day is over we have to have a winner and a loser and yes, a hero and a zero.Let’s start with the zero today. It would be easiest to point the finger...
Running back Michael Turner has been charged with a DUI following Monday night's win over the Denver Broncos, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Turner was charged with speeding at around 5 a.m. Tuesday morning, and was booked and released on $2,179 bond. He is not expected to be suspended by the NFL, but perhaps Atlanta head coach Mike Smith will punish...
Houston Texans (2-0) at Denver Broncos (1-1)
No line has moved more over the past week than this one. Last week, this line was -2.5 in favor of Denver and now it’s -2 in favor of Houston. Why? Because Houston blew out the lowly Jaguars? Because Denver lost by 6 in Atlanta, one of the toughest places to play in the National Football League? I don’t get it. This line should probably...