The Denver Broncos have shuffled their thin backfield on the eve of their showdown with the Miami Dolphins. They promoted Jeremy Stewart from their practice squad and waived rookie Kapri Bibbs.
By midweek, teams have seen the film, made the corrections and installed the new game plan. All of that did nothing to ease John Fox’s irritability or Peyton Manning’s sense of culpability Wednesday.
CBSDenver.com’s Brett Heinzerling writes that even with the most prolific passer in NFL history at the helm, you CAN’T rely solely on one man’s right arm to win a Super Bowl.
The Denver Broncos were shut out in the first quarter against the St. Louis Rams and trail 13-7 at halftime.
Running back Montee Ball is back from a groin injury for the Denver Broncos against the St. Louis Rams, but is the backup behind C.J. Anderson on Sunday.
Offensive coordinator Adam Gase said he’ll stick with the same five starters from his retooled line when the Broncos (7-2) visit St. Louis (3-6) on Sunday.
Does C.J. Anderson have what it takes to be the next T.D.? Just a minute…
A day after his stellar 51-yard catch-and-run touchdown that turned the Broncos’ fortunes around in Oakland, running back C.J. Anderson is playing the humble card.
Brock Osweiler has waited patiently as Peyton Manning’s backup for 2 ½ years. He relishes any scrap of playing time he can get.
Denver’s receivers are fond of saying that there are no go-to guys among the Broncos pass-catchers. With Peyton Manning delivering the football, any game could be anybody’s day.