New England Patriots
A trip to the Super Bowl doesn’t necessarily run through New England, though that looks fairly likely as week 11 closes shop.
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.
Offensive coordinator Adam Gase is tired of watching Denver’s running backs get hit in the backfield and a shake-up along the Broncos line appears imminent.
You might think the Denver Broncos, fresh off being blown out at New England, would take their frustrations out this Sunday and rout the 0-8 Oakland Raiders.
All is not lost, fans of the Orange & Blue. Denver lost a November game at New England in 2013, just like they did on Sunday. Then, remember, they came back and won the AFC title.
Denver Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall tried to put fans at ease on Xfinity Monday Live after the lopsided loss to the New England Patriots Sunday night.
Peyton Manning admittedly stunk up Gillette Stadium. If that’s the case, he wasn’t alone. “I think we all stunk,” coach John Fox said Monday after the Denver Broncos’ 43-21 loss at New England.
The New England Patriots took it to the Denver Broncos in their game Sunday. It wasn’t just what the Pats did, though, it was what the Broncos were unable to do, too, that was so bad.
Peyton Manning threw for 438 yards, but most of those came after the Patriots rolled to a 20-point halftime lead on their way to a surprisingly lopsided win over the favored Broncos.
Tom Brady outdueled Peyton Manning in leading the New England Patriots past the Denver Broncos 43-21 Sunday in Massachusetts.