Josh McDaniels. The mere mention of his name brings back bitter, embarrassing memories in Denver. But it might be time to rethink McDaniels’ role in turning the Broncos into AFC West contenders.
The Denver Broncos are living on the edge and loving it. They’ve won six of seven games since Tim Tebow became their starting quarterback, and five of those have involved second-half comebacks.
With Von Miller sidelined with an injury the Denver Broncos turned to Mario Haggan to fill in and he didn’t disappoint by delivering the game of the season.
Tim Tebow and the Denver Broncos were close to being knocked out again. They haven’t flinched in more than a month.
Von Miller missed practice Wednesday and Thursday after undergoing a surgical procedure to repair a strained ligament in his right thumb, which he hurt at San Diego last weekend.
Broncos player Mario Haggan excelled at a lot of sports growing, but he’s never tried fencing. CBS4′s Kathy Lee decided to take him to the Denver Fencing Center to see how he could do.
It was a rough Monday night in San Diego, but nobody is waving the white flag yet. There is still a lot of football to be played. Broncos linebacker Mario Haggan said fans should have every right to be angry with the team.