Posted Sun Mar 18th by Josh Temple
After visiting with the New York Jets and then the Kansas City Chiefs Brady Quinn decided on the Broncos division rival in KC. Regardless of what happens in the Peyton Manning saga Denver will have to look at building QB depth after releasing Orton mid-stream and losing Tebow’s backup in Quinn to free agency. The [...]
Posted Wed Feb 29th by Jon Heath
The 2012 NFL season-opener has been scheduled to be played on Wednesday, September 5th. The game will mark the first Wednesday night game since the 1948 season. The defending Super Bowl-champion New York Giants will host the game. Their opponent will be announced when the regular season schedule is announced. The game, which is traditionally played on [...]
Posted Sun Feb 5th by Jon Heath
For the second time in the last four years, the New York Giants have defeated the New England Patriots to become Super Bowl Champions. Winning by a score of 21-17, the Giants have now beaten the Patriots four times in their last four meetings with New England. After punting the ball away on their first [...]
Posted Tue Oct 18th by Jon Heath
Roger Goodell should give the Cincinnati Bengals a call. They just got away with highway robbery. Sitting at 4-2 with a legitimate chance of winning the AFC West this season, the Oakland Raiders lost starting quarterback Jason Campbell for the season and went into panic mode. After pondering Philadelphia’s Vince Young and Denver’s Kyle Orton, [...]
Posted Mon Sep 12th by Monty
Monumental blow to the Chiefs. Eric Berry was a Pro Bowl selection as a rookie and played in every single defensive snap for KC last year. He’ll miss the rest of 2011 with an ACL injury. Kinda like the blow Broncos fans felt when they lost Elvis Dumervil last year, huh? Enjoy 4-12 KC.
Posted Fri Sep 9th by Monty
A new weekly segment giving you a snapshot of the fantasy landscape. Pick-up of the Week, Start of the Week, Sit of the Week, and The Broncos Beat. (Editor’s Note: I’ve wanted to incorporate fantasy football into the blog for awhile now and have tried before. The problem is, week-to-week, covering Broncos in fantasy football [...]
Posted Thu Jul 28th by Mr.East
Adam Schefter reported early this morning (the man never sleeps) that the Washington Redskins have traded disgruntled defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth to the New England Patriots. In return, the Redskins will be compensated with a 2013 fifth round pick. The Patriots are expected to pick up Haynesworth’s $5 million contract without any restructuring. This move will put [...]
Posted Mon Apr 25th by Josh Temple
Judge Susan Richard Nelson voted in favor of the players and more importantly the fans by lifting the NFL Owner’s lockout. It was the impact felt by the multiple economic “layers” involved in pro football along with the general fan base that led to her decision. “The public ramifications of this dispute exceed the abstract [...]
Posted Sat Feb 26th by Kris Burke
If anyone read my introductory article, you will notice that I disclosed the fact that I have dual loyalties when it comes to NFL fandom: the Denver Broncos as well as the Green Bay Packers.
As you likely know (and if you don’t, you live under a rock), the Green Bay Packers recently won Super Bowl XLV over the Pittsburgh Steelers by a score of 31-25. The Denver Broncos, meanwhile, finished 4-12 and hold the number two overall pick in the NFL Draft this coming April.
Since one of my teams is currently at the top of the NFL and the other is dangerously close to the cellar, I figured that now would be a good time to ask:
What can the Denver Broncos learn from the Green Bay Packers?
Posted Tue Nov 23rd by Jon Heath
A week after being released by the Denver Broncos and clearing waivers, Outside Linebacker Jarvis Moss has found a new home — in Oakland, California. Moss broke the news himself, via twitter: @JmossVsJarvis: So it’s official! I’m an Oakland Raider! God is good thank him! Typical of the Raiders to pick up cast-offs from division [...]