Wide receiver Cody Latimer spent his summer burning cornerback Bradley Roby in a daily must-see matchup of Big Ten rookies vying to make an immediate impact in the NFL.
Home sweet home. That’s the message Bradley Roby has for Denver Broncos fans who are wringing their hands over team’s 22-7 loss in St. Louis on Sunday.
It started out rough and tough, like any classic AFC West matchup is bound to play out. But the tide turned from the Oakland Raiders to the Denver Broncos during one key play in the second quarter and Denver dominated from that point forward.
For the second straight Sunday Peyton Manning started off a game looking off of his usual MVP form. But late in the first half Broncos fans forget about all that.
Peyton Manning threw for 438 yards, but most of those came after the Patriots rolled to a 20-point halftime lead on their way to a surprisingly lopsided win over the favored Broncos.
The Denver Broncos’ defensive backfield has turned a corner, so to speak, and performed better this season. Just don’t tell John Fox.
Enough with the talk of the Super Bowl drubbing. The Broncos lost. And, yeah, they lost big. And, sure, Richard Sherman is the best. Yada, yada, yada.
With Chris Harris Jr. still working his way back from ACL surgery and Kayvon Webster sidelined by a sprained ankle, Bradley Roby capitalized on his increased snaps in the preseason.
After riding shotgun to Peyton Manning’s high-octane offense all of last year, Denver’s defense had the five-time MVP’s back for once.
Broncos rookie corner Bradley Roby said he’s making quick adjustments to an NFL game that’s very different from the college competition.