In the past 20 years, Broncos have shown confidence in the following backups.
There aren’t many bright spots for the 2-13 Chiefs this year, except for Jamaal Charles and the running game. That running game will be the key for Denver’s D this week.
Peyton Manning threw for 285 yards with touchdowns to Jacob Tamme and Demaryius Thomas in a 17-9 victory, the Broncos’ sixth straight. Brady Quinn threw for just 126 yards with an interception as Kansas City lost its eighth straight game.
The Chiefs are bad, historically horrible even, and they await welcoming the Broncos this Sunday.
Former Broncos backup quarterback Brady Quinn will start for the Chiefs this Sunday, and Denver backup running backs are preparing for a bigger load of the responsibilities as well.
Broncos coach John Fox says Brady Quinn’s apology to Tim Tebow shows the two have a close relationship.
In his latest Vic’s Signature segment, CBS4’s Vic Lombardi says Broncos quarterback Brady Quinn’s reputation has been “unfairly and undeniably sullied” by a new article in GQ.
Brady Quinn has apologized to Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow for “completely inaccurate” comments in a GQ article that has Quinn, Tebow’s former backup, openly questioning Tebow’s play and criticizing his open displays of religion.
Tim Tebow will enter training camp as the Denver Broncos’ starting quarterback for 2012.
Sebastian Janikowski tied an NFL record with a 63-yard field goal and the Oakland Raiders beat the Denver Broncos 23-20 Monday night in a chippy and clumsy game between the AFC West rivals.