After coming on so strong early in the season, if quarterback Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos don’t go all the way to Super Bowl and win, will this season be considered a failure?
If the Broncos can play like they did against the Ravens in Week 15; with more physicality, stopping Ray Rice, while also scoring early, they’ll win today.
The Ravens will try to bruise and batter the Broncos this Saturday, but if Denver can out-physical Baltimore as they did in Week 15, the Broncos will move onto the AFC Championship.
While the Broncos wait on their bye week, four AFC teams will go into battle this weekend. Which would provide the most favorable matchup for Denver and which is most likely to be playing in the Mile High City next Saturday?
While the Broncos have the No. 1 seed in the AFC, there are still some teams that present scary matchups in the coming postseason.
The Denver Broncos gave fans in Colorado and surrounding states the first crack at playoff tickets and they sold out in 9 minutes on Monday.
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.
The Denver Broncos boast the best running game in the NFL. The numbers are a bit deceiving, though. They pile up yards on the ground but not points.
John Elway wants to see more aggression from Tim Tebow. John Fox wants to see more accuracy. They trust he can deliver on both counts Sunday against the Pittsburgh Steelers and the league’s top-ranked defense.
The Broncos enter the postseason with hardly any momentum after closing out the regular season with three straight losses and needing help just to sneak into the party. Still, their season has been extended and anything can happen.