In a game that started slowly, the Denver Broncos finally jumped all over their divisional foe and buried the San Diego Chargers on Thursday night. Denver’s dominant defense staunchly stopped San Diego’s rushing attack repeatedly and then the Broncos lit up the Chargers with some offensive fireworks.
The Broncos were held under 65 snaps just twice last season – both times by San Diego.
Peyton Manning is certainly the center of attention on the Broncos, and a study found TV cameras find him on the sideline more than any other QB in the NFL. But is he the most-interviewed Bronco in the Denver locker room?
There’s one notable record a Denver Broncos receiver could break this season. And not just break. Crush. Destroy. Annihilate.
The Ebola outbreak is becoming an issue in Colorado’s neck-and-neck Senate race.
The Denver Broncos’ defensive backfield has turned a corner, so to speak, and performed better this season. Just don’t tell John Fox.
The Denver Broncos’ opponent this Sunday is one of only two undefeated teams left in the NFL after a quarter-season.
The Denver Broncos didn’t exactly hit their bye week in full stride. There are issues all around. But some promising signs have emerged, too, like the play of all those starters who missed the Super Bowl.
While the Denver Broncos put our a valiant effort against the Seattle Seahawks this Sunday, they came up short. Specifically, the awesome offense was anything but its regular self.
While the last time the two teams met was a blowout, the coaching staffs of the Broncos and the Seahawks showed they were both well prepared for the game to get close this time.