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» Vote for Seimian for Air Player of the week

Sep 26, 2016 - 11:42 PM - by Davii
Don't forget to vote! Help him get the first award of his young career!

Link to voting page
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» Paul Klee: Get to know Denver Broncos QB Trevor Siemian, America

Sep 26, 2016 - 1:37 PM - by Denver Native (Carol)
CINCINNATI — Contrary to expectations, Trevor Siemian did not sip from a glass of milk to celebrate Denver's 29-17 triumph against the Bengals here Sunday.

Although, as Siemian might put it, milk would've been "neat." His worn-in Birkenstocks — the pair of sandals he wears with knee-high socks — stayed at his condo near Denver Tech Center, where he lives now because it's closer than Cherry Creek to the practice facility. To spice things up, the Broncos' unlikely (and undefeated) quarterback strode to the podium Sunday in a snazzy suit, replete with red power tie. That, after he borrowed a stick of deodorant from Paxton Lynch, because Siemian forgot his own. "Thanks, buddy," Siemian said.

The best story of this young season is the most unassuming NFL quarterback you've ever seen. Siemian won't be mistaken for a famous person unless it's that one guy who lived down the hall freshman year. Part of me wonders if he reveled in his first road win with a lovely cup of tea, some scented candles and another chapter in this great new book he's reading.

"He couldn't pull this off," kicker Brandon McManus said when I asked if Siemian owns a sweet checkered sport coat like the get-up McManus was rocking. "Trevor has no style."
rest - http://gazette.com/paul-klee-get-to-...rticle/1586367
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» John Elway trolls fan on Twitter a year and a half later.

Sep 25, 2016 - 8:11 PM - by BroncoWave

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» Bronco Fans: Baltimore Chapter- Had a nice special guest today

Sep 25, 2016 - 5:17 PM - by Northman
So last year Missy and i were able to get to know a cool guy named Rick Smith who leads the way in organizing the Bronco get togethers in Baltimore. Last year we were sharing a bar called that was mainly a Ravens and Eagles bar so this year Rick went on the hunt to find a place that could at least cater to us a little more and have more space. Well, he found a place called the Social Pub not too far from where we were going before. We have the entire upstairs to ourselves on guy even has a flag he puts out on gameday which hangs outside the building. Anyway, Missy and i went again today not realizing that we were also going to have a special guest in the house today and that was Missy Bowlen who apparently is Pat Bowlen's niece. I was not aware that she lived in MD and i really couldnt find any information on her but according to Rick and everyone else she was the real deal. Anyway, i was able to get a pic with her and Missy and i chatted her up a little bit. Very nice woman and really got into the game with us today.

Here is the FB link to our Baltimore Chapter so if any of you find yourself in Baltimore on gameday in the future feel free to join up and let us know so we can get you to hang with us.

Me and Missy Bowlen

The gang today.

Oh by the way.......

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» Is #13 any good?

Sep 25, 2016 - 4:46 PM - by Valar Morghulis
I can't decide.

Sure, he did well against Carolina
Fine against Colts
Had some big plays against Bengals

He should have had another two picks in cinci, his first half throws and overall stats were dreadful

Then balled out in the second half

But is he the quarter back of the future?
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» The Good and the Bad: Week 3

Sep 25, 2016 - 3:07 PM - by BroncoWave
What a win! Could not be happier to be 3-0 after 3 games against good teams. This could be another special year.


Siemian - I was harder than anyone on him in the first half, but no way not to put him on this list. Made some great deep throws and he was just incredible in the second half. He really grew up today.

Sanders - Huge game by him. He just always shows up, game after game after game.

DT - Been a while since I have put him on this list, but he earned it with those two big 4th quarter catches. He still has some WTF moments, but the good outshined the bad today.

Ray - He had a really nice game today in place of Ware. Did a nice job getting after the passer.

Von - On the board again with that late sack. On pace for 26 sacks this year. DPOY here he comes!

Pass defense - No one really stands out as having had an awesome game, but we shut down the pass game for the most part today. Really solid effort all around. Many of Dalton's yards were in that late game garbage time.


Pass protection. Siemian was running for his life a bunch today, especially early on, but to their credit he did have more time later in the game.

Run D. Again, this improved greatly as the game moved on, but it was a strugglefest early.

Bibbs - Only time we heard his name today was on the stupid late hit on the kickoff return. And we kept this scrub on the team over Hillman for special teams? SMH

It was really hard to think of much to put in the bad column in this game, so I had to nitpick. Really solid game in all three phases today. Great win.
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» Broncos Gameday Thread: Broncos vs Bengals 09/25/16

Sep 24, 2016 - 10:00 PM - by sneakers
Go Broncos

Win a game!

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» If Shane Ray is doing it right, he “can’t be blocked.” And Broncos need him to step up.

Sep 24, 2016 - 7:24 PM - by Denver Native (Carol)
Shane Ray rumbled into the end zone last Sunday and into another sphere. Linebackers so rarely score in the NFL. But here was Ray, in just his second season, sprinting past the goal line with a football in his hand in front of the home Broncos crowd.

Ray arrived in the NFL — or did he?

“I saw Shane and I was like, ‘Man, Shane, they took away your touchdown?!’ ” Broncos star Von Miller said. What, a yellow flag? All that celebrating for nothing? Some referee was about to steal Ray’s peak play?

“I kind of messed with him a little bit,” Miller said. “With Shane, that’s like a little brother to me. Even when it’s good, I just try to find a way to poke at him to get him going even more.”

Ray never wavered. The Broncos’ first-round pick last year may only be an NFL sophomore, but he knows not to be fooled. And one week after his breakout moment, in a game that left veteran weakside linebacker DeMarcus Ware with a broken arm, Ray’s rise may come just as quickly as he sprinted into the end zone.
rest - http://www.denverpost.com/2016/09/24...im-to-step-up/
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» Jhabvala: Winner from Texans’ debacle vs. Patriots? John Elway

Sep 24, 2016 - 6:35 PM - by TXBRONC
Let’s review the numbers: 13 drives, six punts, two fumbles, one interception, $72 million.

Brock Osweiler, in the spotlight of Thursday Night Football, was exposed against the Patriots and their third-string quarterback, Jacoby Brissett. There was no Tom Brady. No Dont’a Hightower. No Jimmy Garoppolo, even. And Rob Gronkowski was targeted only once and had zero catches.


I thought this was quite funny.
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» Shane Ray. "Ready to take it to a another level."

Sep 24, 2016 - 8:50 AM - by Broncoknight30
CENTENNIAL, Colo. (CBS4) – On Sunday Shane Ray scored his first NFL touchdown with a 15-yard fumble return. On Monday he joined CBS4 Broncos analyst Mark Schlereth and CBS4 Sports Anchor Michael Spencer for Xfinity Monday Live.

“Out of the corner of my eye I see this burst of lightning come through and hit the quarterback,” Ray said, in reference to Von Miller who forced the fumble. “Naturally I just jumped back outside to see if I could get it (the football). I picked it up, and ran it in.

“I wasn’t going to waste any time.”

Sunday’s game against Indianapolis came at a cost. The Broncos lost DeMarcus Ware for 4-5 weeks after he fractured a bone in his forearm.

Ware will undergo surgery on Tuesday. His departure means that Ray will be called upon to play an even bigger role in the Broncos defense moving forward.


Certainly his time to shine, starting this week. Von will draw ALL of the attention and he will continue to, unless Ray is that dynamic rusher from the other side. He has certainly been decent. I do think he does need to take to that next level. I thought last year the defense did miss Ware and it reflected a little bit. Hopefully Ray does take it that level.
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» Demaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders: Speaking out is what leaders do.

Sep 23, 2016 - 8:08 PM - by Az Snake
The Afternoon Drive with Eric Goodman and Les Shapiro discussed recent comments made by offensive players regarding the, well, lack of offensive points production by the Denver Broncos through two games.

“Some have tried to create controversy of the comments, but really this is what we should expect from leaders. It's their job to admit mistakes and talk about how to get better. In a few days, it will be time for them to back their words up with performance.

Former Broncos safety, Nick Ferguson, agrees and applauds the way both Sanders and Thomas handled things. We're just not used to the wide receivers being the voice of the offense.”

Link to AD podcast and Nick Ferguson's comments:

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» Vikings sign former Broncos RB Ronnie Hillman

Sep 21, 2016 - 1:14 PM - by Denver Native (Carol)
CENTENNIAL, Colo. -- Ronnie Hillman admitted his last two preseason games were audition tapes. He faced a difficult challenge to beat out Kapri Bibbs given Hillman's lacking special teams resume. Hillman sees himself as a starting running back.

As of Wednesday, he might receive that opportunity again. Following a knee injury to Adrian Peterson, the Vikings signed Hillman.

Peterson told ESPN he suffered a torn meniscus in his knee in last Sunday's loss. He will undergo surgery which could sideline him for the bulk of the season. The Vikings moved quickly to sign Hillman, who had previously worked out for the San Diego Chargers after Danny Woodhead suffered a season-ending knee injury.
rest - http://www.thedenverchannel.com/spor...ronnie-hillman
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» Broncos’ Trevor Siemian on “Omaha,” being a 7th-round pick, more

Sep 21, 2016 - 1:02 PM - by Denver Native (Carol)
Peyton Manning doesn’t have a patent on the word “Omaha,” at least not yet, Broncos quarterback Trevor Siemian said.

On “The Dan Patrick Show” on Monday, Siemian talked about his car, Manning’s trademark call from the line and being a seventh-round pick.

Here are some excerpts:

On saying “Omaha” in Sunday’s game against Indianapolis:
“It’s just part of our offense, it’s a hand-me-down from Peyton (Manning). I don’t think he has a patent on it yet, so we’re going to continue to use it.”

Welcome to the NFL moment:
“The first time in the cafeteria, Peyton came up to me and said, ‘Trevor, how are you doing?’ You know, introduced himself. I said, ‘Trevor Siemian, good to meet you, Peyton.’ And I don’t know if I was nervous my first day in the building or what not, and he says, ‘How’s Pat doing?’ And I’m going through my Rolodex in my head, ‘Pat? Who do I know that’s Pat that knows Peyton?’ And of course he’s talking about my college coach Pat FitzGerald. I don’t call him Pat. It’s coach Fitz to me.”
rest plus Patrick video which is full interview - http://www.denverpost.com/2016/09/20...-patrick-show/
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» Von Miller named AFC Defensive Player of the Week

Sep 21, 2016 - 9:29 AM - by VonDoom
DENVER — After a three-sack performance Sunday against Indianapolis, Von Miller was named the AFC Defensive Player of the Week. This is his third conference recognition of his career and the first since Week 11 of the 2012 season. Miller is now tied with Broncos Ring of Fame linebacker Karl Mecklenburg for the most AFC Defensive Player of the Week honors in team history since the award was initiated by the NFL in 1984. It is also the fourth time a Broncos defender has earned this honor since the beginning of the 2015 season.

Miller was a game-changer in the Broncos 34-20 win against the Colts. The Super Bowl 50 MVP sealed the Broncos’ victory with a crucial strip sack of Andrew Luck with 1:51 remaining in the fourth quarter that was recovered by teammate Shane Ray for a touchdown. He tied a career high with three sacks for a loss of 20 yards, seven tackles, one pass defensed and one forced fumble, becoming just the fifth player in the last six seasons to achieve all of those totals in a single game. He’s the first to accomplish this feat since three-time Defensive Player of the Year J.J. Watt, who did this for the Texans on January 3 vs. the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Miller’s three-sack performance Sunday led the NFL in Week 2, and it’s the most sacks in a single game so far this season. It also is Miller’s third three-sack performance in his career, and he is now tied with Trevor Pryce for the sixth-most career sacks (64) in Broncos history.
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» Practice / press conference notes - week 3 (Bengals week)

Sep 20, 2016 - 7:04 PM - by VonDoom
Start with some roster news:

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. -- Shiloh Keo will return to the Broncos' roster.

After releasing him at the end of his two-game suspension to open the regular season, the Broncos will bring back the veteran safety, providing additional depth at a position where rookies Justin Simmons and Will Parks handled the reserve work the last two weeks.

To make room for Keo, the Broncos waived nose tackle Kyle Peko.

Keo joined the Broncos last December and provided veteran depth during the Broncos' push to the postseason. He also played a vital role on special teams, serving as a fill-in punt returner and recovering the on-side kickoff that clinched the Broncos' AFC Championship Game win over the New England Patriots.

Peko was inactive for both of the Broncos' first two regular-season games after making the 53-man roster at the Sep. 3 deadline. The Oregon State product was the only undrafted rookie to make the roster out of camp after notching two tackles and playing 65 snaps during the preseason.

The 6-foot-1, 305-pounder was the only third-team defensive lineman on the Broncos' roster. He worked at all three spots along the defensive line during training camp and the preseason. His older brother, Domata, is a starting defensive tackle for the Bengals, who the Broncos face Sunday.
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