Chris Harris Jr.
Bradley Roby could have been preparing for the national title game right now. Instead, the Denver Broncos rookie cornerback is bracing to be picked on by Andrew Luck.
To Andrew Luck and Chuck Pagano, studying Denver’s secondary this week must have seemed like watching the Pro Bowl announcements.
If the Denver Broncos assume they’ll face the same Indianapolis Colts they topped in the season opener, they’re both right and wrong.
The physical scar serves as Rahim Moore’s motivation. So, too, the emotional one.
Instead of revving their high-octane offense like they did a year ago, Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos pumped the brakes heading into these playoffs.
As the dandy dozen prepare for the playoffs, here’s a look at the signature strength of each team along with their most worrisome weakness.
It was a good week for Denver Broncos players as two won league honors and another got recognized by the team.
Throughout the John Elway – Peyton Manning Era, a focus on offense was apparent. But things have changed this season, and possibly for the better, as the Broncos are more well-suited to face the playoffs this time around.
The photo emblazoned on the front of Chris Harris Jr.’s navy sweat shirt was a tribute to his favorite Denver Broncos cornerback – himself, of course.
John Elway had Terrell Davis to give Denver a different dimension in the late 1990s. Now, Peyton Manning has C.J. Anderson.