Thanks to dominating defenses, both the Denver Broncos and Miami Dolphins are in the thick of the AFC playoff race in spite of shuffled offensive lines that are still working out the kinks.
The Denver Broncos have shuffled their thin backfield on the eve of their showdown with the Miami Dolphins. They promoted Jeremy Stewart from their practice squad and waived rookie Kapri Bibbs.
The tight end turnstile keeps spinning in Denver, where Julius Thomas is hurting but Virgil Green is on the mend. Both are listed as questionable for Sunday’s showdown with the Miami Dolphins (6-4).
When the Broncos were beaten by the St. Louis Rams last week, they were also beat-up. Julius Thomas, Montee Ball and Emmanuel Sanders went down, but at least one could be back on the field this weekend.
Can the Denver Broncos get back to their winning ways or will Miami hang another loss on Manning and company?
Injuries to key players? Check. Three consecutive road games? Yep. Shakeups to the offensive line? Sure. Excuses? No way.
The Miami Dolphins are among the league leaders in quarterback sacks and this Sunday they are facing the quarterback who has been sacked the least in Peyton Manning of the Denver Broncos.
A trip to the Super Bowl doesn’t necessarily run through New England, though that looks fairly likely as week 11 closes shop.
It’s been tough going for the Denver Broncos, and it doesn’t get any easier this week, with the Miami Dolphins coming to town. The Dolphins are led by their defense, which enjoys getting down and dirty.
Home sweet home. That’s the message Bradley Roby has for Denver Broncos fans who are wringing their hands over team’s 22-7 loss in St. Louis on Sunday.