Much of the talk heading into Sunday’s game against San Francisco is laser-focused on Peyton Manning possibly breaking the all-time record for touchdown passes.
The Patriots are predicated on offense and Josh McDaniels has New England hitting on all cylinders.
It took the Denver Broncos’ newest star until the end of his second NFL season to validate his status as the first wide receiver selected in the 2010 draft.
Eric Decker knew fewer passes were going to come his way with Tim Tebow at quarterback, even after All-Pro wide receiver Brandon Lloyd’s trade opened up opportunities for a new top target to emerge in Denver.
Did the Broncos not want to pay Brandon Lloyd the big bucks because they didn’t feel he deserved it or because they couldn’t afford it? Watch the latest Vic’s Signature report in which Vic Lombardi explores this question.
The Denver Broncos traded Pro Bowl receiver Brandon Lloyd, the league’s leading receiver last year, to the St. Louis Rams on Monday for a conditional 2012 draft pick.
The Green Bay Packers remain unbeaten, thanks to a career-best day from Aaron Rodgers in a 49-23 rout of the Denver Broncos on Sunday.
The Green Bay Packers are 3-0 and still feel like they haven’t come anywhere near playing up to their potential — especially on defense.
Pro Bowl receiver Brandon Lloyd isn’t catching any deep passes in John Fox’s conservative, run-oriented offense, and he’s letting his quarterback and his coaches know just how he feels about it.
Broncos head coach John Fox and his calls are being second-guessed right and left so far this season.