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A whole host of Broncos players are using the bye week they earned to heal before their all-important Divisional round and possible Super Bowl run.
Manning was the man in 2012, one of a select few truly elite quarterbacks, which was miraculous given the health issues that plagued him in 2011.
The Broncos are beaten, but not broken heading into the final week of the season. Still, three should-be starters will sit out the final game against the Chiefs due to various injuries.
Chris Kuper, Trindon Holliday and Tracy Porter all sat out practice Wednesday and it’s unlikely they’ll be able to go this week against Kansas City. Plus, John Fox and Peyton Manning talk about their coming opponents.
The Duke of Denver is exactly the man that should be calling the shots for his beloved Broncos. The way he’s built the team, this quickly, is nothing short of miraculous and John Elway should be in line to be the next owner of football in Denver.
It’s taken Demaryius Thomas two seasons to become a legitimate No. 1 receiver, but he’s certainly arrived this year.
Starting right guard Chris Kuper looks to miss his third straight game this week against the Browns, while 10 other Broncos appeared on the team’s injury list Friday.
The Browns are bad, but their rookies Brandon Weeden and Trent Richardson can play.
The Broncos are on one of their longest winning streaks in team history and fans should enjoy it all while it lasts.
Thanks to their extraordinary eight-game winning streak, the Denver Broncos actually have a chance to land the AFC’s No. 1 seed. They’ll need some help from the teams ahead of them, though.