Posted Thu Feb 23rd by Monty
If you take John Fox‘s word for it (remember that he is an NFL head coach, and they, well, lie from time to time), Brady Quinn‘s comments in GQ did not affect his chances of returning to the team. [Twitter] More nuggets from Fox’s Q&A at the combine on Andrew Mason’s Twitter feed. [Twitter] More [...]
Posted Tue Feb 14th by Ian Henson
Much was made about Tebow’s ability to complete passes in 2011, not much was made about the Broncos receivers’ ability to catch them.
Overheard once in a Denver press box in regards to Tebow’s unique throwing style and the ability to hang on to said ball, “Have you ever caught a knuckleball?” Touché anonymous man, touché.
Given that Thomas and Decker have both spent two seasons more or less catching Tebow’s passes–unique or not– they should have the apparent uncanny ability to do so. It did look as though Brandon Marshall had returned to the lineup at several points in the season during last minute Tebow drives however.
Posted Tue Jan 17th by Jon Heath
There is a good chance that Denver Broncos offensive coordinator Mike McCoy will become the next head coach of the Miami Dolphins. [@AdamSchefter] Meanwhile, the Oakland Raiders have asked–and were given permission–to interview both McCoy and Broncos defensive coordinator Dennis Allen for their vacant head coaching position. [Denver Post] “It’s very complimentary to this organization [...]
Posted Tue Jan 10th by Monty
The possibility that the Denver Broncos will be hiring a new defensive coordinator for the seventh consecutive offseason just became very real. The St. Louis Rams will interview Broncos defensive coordinator Dennis Allen for their head coach opening this week, NFL.com’s Michael Lombardi reports. The Rams have been heavily courting Jeff Fisher, who is left [...]
Posted Mon Dec 5th by Monty
Tim Tebow‘s ability to reinvent himself at the end of football games is well documented at this point. Whether it was a 15-yard furious comeback against the Miami Dolphins in the final three minutes of a near shutout or a 95-yard game-winning drive in the game’s final minutes against the New York Jets, Tebow has [...]
Posted Wed Oct 26th by Monty
“Miracle in Miami,” Sunday’s game is being heralded. But did religion — or even Tim Tebow — have as much to do with the comeback as people are saying? [ESPN] Tebow could be the modern sports world’s King Pyrrhus, if the media lets him. [Mile High Report] And it all defies logic. Simply defies logic. [...]
Posted Tue Oct 25th by Jon Heath
Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow and rookie linebacker Von Miller have both been nominated for weekly awards on NFL.com. Miller has been nominated for Rookie of the Week and Tebow has been nominated for the GMC Never Say Never award for their respective performances in Week Seven. Miller recorded five tackles — two for a [...]
Posted Mon Oct 24th by Jon Heath
On Sunday against the Miami Dolphins, Broncos starting running back Willis McGahee suffered a fractured hand. “Willis McGahee left with a hand fracture,” said coach John Fox following the team’s victory Sunday evening. McGahee had rushed 18 times for 76 yards before leaving the game. It is not yet known if his injury will cause [...]
Posted Mon Oct 24th by Jon Heath
During a team scrimmage at Sports Authority Field at Mile High on August of 2010, Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow hit receiver and fellow rookie Demaryius Thomas on a beautiful fade route for a touchdown. Witnessing the event live, I hoped it was a sign of things to come. Just over a year later, the two [...]
Posted Mon Oct 24th by Monty
What coaches, players, and analysts are saying about Tim Tebow following the Denver Broncos‘ 18-15 comeback win Sunday. “There’s competitive greatness. Without a doubt, not everybody that plays in this league, or any league has ‘it.’ It’s a great quality to have. We got a guy, No. 7 [John Elway], who I work with every [...]