New England Patriots
Looking for someone to blame for Denver’s latest loss? Look anywhere other than the locker belonging to No. 18, Peyton Manning.
The no-huddle offense, the one we saw Tom Brady and Peyton Manning, could become the dominant offense of the NFL and soon.
Normally football teams want the opponent in a third and long situation when on defense, but the New England Patriots had the Denver Broncos’ number on Sunday and Von Miller agrees the defense has to play better in those situations.
The Broncos were not superb in any area other than quarterback Sunday, and their overall mediocre play led to the third loss of the season.
Tom Brady and Peyton Manning were both solid in their latest showdown. As usual, Brady beat him even though Manning was in a new uniform.
After giving up 86 points to the Patriots last year, the Denver Broncos realized just how far away they were from becoming a championship contender.
Everyone listed on the Broncos’ injury report fully participated Friday, a great sign of their health. For the Patriots, 12 were listed as probable, making their lineup anyone’s guess.
The Patriots are predicated on offense and Josh McDaniels has New England hitting on all cylinders.
Peyton Manning says he’s glad to have a backup stepping in at center who’s as accomplished as Dan Koppen, who spent his first nine seasons in New England snapping for another great quarterback.
Nate Irving, Chris Kuper and even Virgil Green practiced for the Broncos Wednesday, meaning they had all 53 men on their active roster preparing for the Patriots Sunday.
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