The Broncos have sure started slowly this season, in almost every game, but they finish with a flurry and have completed comebacks twice already.
When cornerback Tracy Porter signed with the Denver Broncos he knew he was going to be tested every game with opposing teams looking to avoid throwing Champ Bailey’s way, but against the Pittsburgh Steelers he was up for the challenge.
Tracy Porter was phenomenal Sunday night, defending a career-high five passes while taking an interception to the house to seal the Denver Broncos win. He gives Denver two shutdown corners and is a valuable asset.
Although Peyton Manning attracted most of the headlines, Tracy Porter, Wesley Woodyard and Von Miller were each spectacular for the Denver defense Sunday.
Peyton Manning was near perfect while the Broncos defense played very well in their own right, Sunday night.
The Broncos are only missing one starter, the healthiest the team has been walking into Week 1 in recent years. The Steelers will be without James Harrison, Ryan Clark and possibly Rashard Mendenhall making them adjust their game plan against a Denver looking to exploit all weaknesses.
It’s just two days away from the official start of the Denver Broncos season and fans are excited.
Pittsburgh’s defense presents a tough test for Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos offense, while the Steelers’ offense is strong as well.
If Peyton Manning is eager or edgy or excited about his return from last year’s forced sabbatical, he’s certainly not tipping his hand.
Save the skepticism on Peyton Manning’s health for somebody else. Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin doesn’t want to hear it.