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» Schofield

Oct 04, 2015 - 7:35 PM - by LTC Pain
How did Schofield play? On a scale from 1 to 10, 10 being the best.
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» At what point does Manning become more of a detriment to this team?

Oct 04, 2015 - 7:32 PM - by Northman
We actually had a semblance of a running game, the defense played very well but then two very bad Int's allowed the Vikings back into the game. I mean, dont get me wrong. Im happy being 4-0 but i start to get really nervous everytime Manning begins to pass the ball because i just dont know what we are going to get out of it. Something is still going on there, is anyone else concerned about this?
19 Replies | 60 Views

» Good and Bad: Week 4

Oct 04, 2015 - 7:07 PM - by CrazyHorse

We finally have a running game.


Manning making bad decisions and worse throws.
22 Replies | 75 Views

» Broncos Gameday Thread: Broncos vs Vikings 10/04/15

Oct 03, 2015 - 10:49 PM - by sneakers
-A nice home game in Denver
-Afternoon start time
-Nice crisp Fall weather

The Bronco game today has all the makings of the comfiest game of the year so far

Go Broncos!

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» DeMarcus Ware and the art of the sack

Oct 03, 2015 - 8:06 PM - by Denver Native (Carol)
A time existed when an NFL pass rusher operated like a Tyrannosaurus Rex. He pursued the quarterback with carnivorous instincts and little concern of his path to the sack. Those are the days of the dinosaur. Watch the Broncos' DeMarcus Ware, currently the top performer on the NFL's top defense, and it's easy to see how the much the game has evolved.

Ware, 32, boasts the best start of his career at an age when he should be considering broadcasting options. Pass rushers aren't supposed to get better when they get older, especially one who finished with just one sack in the final seven games last season.

Part of what sets Ware apart is film study, a constant processing of information. He has turned the art of the sack into a blend of analytics and brute instincts.

"I look at tape week in and week out on one guy who I am going to be facing. It's like a chess match. What would I do when this guy did that move? And I watch it 40 times, the same play over and over and over," Ware said last week. "I then see how he handled different types of rushers. Then I got back to that play. It's seared into my head once I go into the game."
rest - http://www.denverpost.com/broncos/ci_28917684/art-sack
4 Replies | 90 Views

» Von fined for two pumps.

Oct 03, 2015 - 6:58 PM - by ShaneFalco
12 Replies | 183 Views

» Ranking the NFL's most and least valuable kicking games

Oct 03, 2015 - 4:18 PM - by Denver Native (Carol)
21 Replies | 185 Views

» Charles Johnson out against Broncos

Oct 03, 2015 - 11:08 AM - by Ravage!!!

Never a bad thing when their top WR is out against our team.
13 Replies | 213 Views

» Short passing game.

Oct 02, 2015 - 11:13 PM - by CrazyHorse
Why are the Patriots so good at it and we aren't. Are they just better at breaking tackles?
31 Replies | 332 Views

» Clady.

Oct 02, 2015 - 9:42 PM - by CrazyHorse
Is his career over? Does he come back next year? Paycut?
23 Replies | 291 Views

» Broncos' transformation on defense extends beyond the field

Oct 01, 2015 - 6:53 PM - by Denver Native (Carol)
John Elway could only describe it as a feeling. No numbers, no names could do it justice.

On Jan. 13, two days after Denver fell to Indianapolis in a divisional playoff game, the Broncos general manager stood before an auditorium of confused reporters as he explained his reasoning for parting ways with coach John Fox, who had led the team to four consecutive AFC West titles. Elway tried to explain their different mindsets, their different approaches toward building a Super Bowl winner.

"It's a disappointing that we didn't have more fire," he said. "I don't know why we didn't have more fire; it's hard to explain."

Four weeks later, Elway welcomed the return of defensive coordinator Wade Phillips.

Six months later, in the preseason, Elway saw the early sparks of the new defense.
rest - http://www.denverpost.com/broncos/ci...s-beyond-field
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» DeMarcus Ware named AFC Defensive Player of the Month

Oct 01, 2015 - 10:00 AM - by VonDoom
Congrats to him - it's certainly well deserved.

The conference defensive player of the month recognition is the first in Wareís 11 seasons and the 10th monthly accolade in Broncos history since the award was initiated in 1986.

An essential cog in the Broncos defense, Ware has helped lead the NFLís No.1-ranked defense (259.0 ypg) in September as he tied for first in the AFC and ranked second in the NFL with 3.5 sacks.

Ware is the only player in the league to post a sack in each game this season, pushing him past Pro Football Hall of Fame linebacker Ricky Jackson for 13th place on the NFLís all-time list (130.5 career sacks).
14 Replies | 172 Views

» Drew Brees

Oct 01, 2015 - 3:17 AM - by CrazyHorse
All things considered if Manning retires this year and the Saints cut Brees as a cap casualty and he's available would you want him?
30 Replies | 350 Views

» The Audacity of Peyton Manning

Oct 01, 2015 - 1:53 AM - by CrazyHorse
IT TAKES PEYTON Manning 15 minutes to shed his suit of armor after a game.

He begins with his cleats, which he can barely untie without assistance. A Broncos equipment staffer helps peel them off his feet while he does a radio interview, because after nearly 25 years of football dating back to high school, it's a relief to not have to bend over that far. Next come his shoulder pads, which, when yanked over his head, generate a groan that is a mixture of suffering and sweet relief. Manning's pale arms and torso are covered in fresh scrapes and old bruises, some the color of strawberries, others a shade of eggplant.

His socks come off after several violent tugs, revealing toes that are twisted and bent into obtuse angles. When he removes a thick blue DonJoy knee brace from his stiff left leg, he twice pauses to grimace and gather himself before stripping it off and handing it to a staffer for safekeeping. As he slices away at the thick layers of athletic tape supporting his ankles, he looks like a surgeon operating on his own leg without anesthesia.

When he finishes, he stands, joints creaking, loose strips of tape and blades of grass still stuck to his skin. He has just completed a comeback win over the Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium in Week 2, and a flood of text messages keeps pinging his phone, which has a picture of his 4-year-old twins, Marshall and Mosley, as his background. He can't resist reading a few and smirking with satisfaction. He drapes a towel over his shoulders, but the crooked pink scar on the back of his neck is still visible, evidence of the four neck surgeries he's had to repair a pinched nerve and herniated disks and to fuse his vertebrae. Because of the victory -- the 181st of his career -- Manning smiles as he limps
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» Broncos to visit with OT Tyler Polumbus

Sep 30, 2015 - 9:49 PM - by VonDoom
Per Klis. He's taking a physical tomorrow and could dress Sunday if they sign him:

Polumbus has played in 101 NFL games with 57 starts predominately in the zone-blocking scheme. He was first signed by the Mike Shanahan-led Broncos in 2008 and started half the season for Josh McDaniels' Broncos in 2009.

Polumbus moved on in 2010 to the Seattle Seahawks where he was reunited with former Broncos' offensive play-caller Jeremy Bates. In 2012 he moved on to Washington where he was reunited with Shanahan.

Polumbus played three games this year with the Falcons whose offensive coordinator was Kyle Shanahan, Mike's son.

And now it's possible Polumbus could be reunited with Rick Dennison, who was the Broncos' offensive coordinator in 2008 and offensive line coach in 2009.

Polumbus was released by the Falcons for two reasons: One, veteran Jake Long has worked himself into shape and is now available to fill the swing tackle role. And two, Atlanta needed to re-sign practice squad tight end Mickey Shuler after starter Jacob Tamme suffered a concussion Sunday at Dallas. Tamme played the previous three season with the Broncos.
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