The Oakland Raiders upset the Kansas City Chiefs last night 24-20 for their first win of the season. With the loss, the Chiefs (7-4) are no longer tied atop the AFC West with the Broncos.
Champ Bailey said goodbye to the NFL on Tuesday after signing a ceremonial one-day contract with his beloved Denver Broncos.
On a team filled with big-name stars led by Peyton Manning, little-used running back C.J. Anderson made the play that turned the tide in favor of the Denver Broncos.
Only three players drafted in 1998 are still in the NFL, and two of them — Peyton Manning and Charles Woodson – meet this weekend when the Denver Broncos visit the winless Oakland Raiders.
While the Denver Broncos are in a tie atop the AFC West division, the Oakland Raiders are once again in the basement. Despite their trying, the Raiders can’t find a way to win this season.
Even though he will be 38 in October and well past his prime, safety Charles Woodson has the ability to lead the Oakland Raiders defense this season to a level the team hasn’t seen in awhile.
The Raiders were eager to see how their retooled offense and revamped defense stood up against the mighty Broncos. The answer on both accounts: not very well.
His paycheck may look like Peyton Manning’s tip money. Still, there’s at least one area where Manning and his newest Broncos teammate, defensive back Quentin Jammer, aren’t nearly so far apart.
The Broncos signed the free-agent cornerback Quentin Jammer on Wednesday. He’s the third longtime San Diego Chargers player to bolt for their AFC rivals this offseason.
Charles Woodson met with the Denver Broncos on Wednesday, then left town without a contract.