Jack Del Rio
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.
Terrance Knighton has experienced quite a growth spurt in Denver this season. Granted, that sounds outlandish for a 331-pound guy known as “Pot Roast.”
In his six months in New Orleans, undrafted linebacker Todd Davis was waived four times, bouncing back and forth between the Saints’ practice squad and their active roster.
Denver Broncos defense coordinator Jack Del Rio has hammered home the message all season: Get to the quarterback and good things will happen.
Denver Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall will probably play in Sunday’s game in Kansas City, coach John Fox said, after he practiced on Friday.
The Denver Broncos are built to win the Super Bowl, right? Not if they come into seemingly every game undisciplined and underprepared.
This was not the Denver Broncos team all those fans dressed in orange and blue came to see. Denver was destroyed by the Rams in St. Louis, both on the scoreboard and in terms of physicality.
Brandon Marshall and Steven Johnson were roommates at the East-West Shrine Game in 2011 before going their separate ways as unheralded linebackers trying to make it in the NFL.
The Broncos were held under 65 snaps just twice last season – both times by San Diego.
Slogging through the rubble of that Super Bowl landslide, John Elway blew up his defense.