In a game that started slowly, the Denver Broncos finally jumped all over their divisional foe and buried the San Diego Chargers on Thursday night. Denver’s dominant defense staunchly stopped San Diego’s rushing attack repeatedly and then the Broncos lit up the Chargers with some offensive fireworks.
Both the Broncos and Chargers played on Sunday, giving them a mere three days to prepare for this upcoming Thursday Night game. Each team is currently hurting and may miss out on multiple key players.
Running back Kapri Bibbs’ big break is rather bittersweet since his good buddy and former Colorado State teammate was released to make room.
Peyton Manning broke Brett Favre’s NFL record for career touchdown passes and the Denver Broncos beat the San Francisco 49ers 42-17 Sunday night.
When the San Francisco 49ers visit the Mile High City this Sunday, they’ll bring a M*A*S*H unit, especially on the defensive side. Meanwhile, the Denver Broncos are nearly completely healthy.
Peyton Manning has Justin Smith and Aaron Lynch in his sights, not Brett Favre.
Peyton Manning shrugged off the question about the meaningfulness of inevitably breaking Brett Favre’s NFL record for touchdown passes. Deep down, though, the only man to win five MVP awards must recognize what an achievement it is.
Peyton Manning threw three touchdown passes, leaving him two shy of Brett Favre’s career mark, and the Denver Broncos beat the New York Jets 31-17 on Sunday.
For the Denver Broncos, it’s been a lucky year in terms of injuries. Though, one key strain is hurting the running back position, as well as a key backup.
Rookie Juwan Thompson gave a big boost to the Broncos’ thin running back rotation by participating in all of Friday’s final tuneup for the New York Jets.