With just three games left in the regular season, the Denver Broncos can clinch the AFC West and at least one home playoff game with a win at San Diego on Sunday.
The bad certainly came with the good tonight, as the Broncos couldn’t crush the Bills as it looked like they would at one point. Denver turned the ball over too many times and couldn’t capitalize on Buffalo’s turnovers, making it a close win in the end.
Focused solely as he is on helping the Buffalo Bills end the NFL’s longest current playoff drought at 14 years, Kyle Orton was in no mood to reflect on his time in Denver as he prepared to face his former team.
Will Demaryius Thomas, who tweaked his ankle in practice on Thursday, play Sunday when the Denver Broncos host the Buffalo Bills? “Absolutely. He’s OK,” Broncos safety Moore said on Thursday Night Blitz.
Plenty of former Broncos players have crossed the line from player to analyst on both the national and local level. So who’s next when his playing days are complete?
This was a must-win game to make sure the AFC West didn’t become a three team tie at the top. Denver brought it on both offense and defense, even making gutsy coaching calls, winning in tough Kansas City Sunday night.
Before every game, Broncos safety Rahim Moore rolls down his socks to oil the 13-inch scar that serpentines down his left calf.
Injuries to key players? Check. Three consecutive road games? Yep. Shakeups to the offensive line? Sure. Excuses? No way.
The 5th annual Wine, Women and Football event, partnering CBS4 with the Volunteers of America, was a huge success.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Demaryius Thomas wouldn’t have opposed the team signing controversial offensive guard Richie Incognito.