When Colts owner Jim Irsay scans the field Sunday, he’ll see in the Denver Broncos the kind of team he admittedly couldn’t surround Peyton Manning with nearly enough during their 14 years together in Indianapolis.
When the Broncos meet the Colts in the playoffs this weekend, it’s likely the Thomas giving the Colts headaches will be Demaryius, not Julius.
By the time the Broncos and the Colts kick off Sunday in the AFC divisional round, it will have been more than four months since the two division winners battled in the season opener.
Judging by the scarcity of players working with strength and conditioning coach Luke Richesson to the side, the bye week did the battered Denver Broncos an abundance of good.
Peyton Manning gets to face his former team and his successor after Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts beat Cincinnati in the wild-card round Sunday.
It was a good week for Denver Broncos players as two won league honors and another got recognized by the team.
Considering the violent nature of the National Football League, the Denver Broncos have made it through the regular season relatively healthy. But there were plenty of bumps and bruises, as well as more major injuries, the last few weeks, making the bye important for the team.
Strange as it sounds, John Fox finds himself needing to defend his five-time MVP quarterback.
Nine Denver Broncos were selected to the Pro Bowl, the team announced Tuesday.
A Denver Broncos’ loss Monday night against the Cincinnati Bengals does little to change the NFL playoff picture. That’s the good news.