San Francisco 49ers
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.
Much of the talk heading into Sunday’s game against San Francisco is laser-focused on Peyton Manning possibly breaking the all-time record for touchdown passes.
Even though he’s just two touchdown throws shy of Brett Favre’s NFL record of 508, Peyton Manning isn’t getting caught up in history, and neither are his teammates.
he San Francisco 49ers will head to Denver this Sunday to take on the Broncos at Sports Authority Field, carrying with them the most expensive secondary market ticket prices on the remaining Broncos schedule.
Denver’s defense was missing Danny Trevathan for the first four weeks of the season, then he returned in the win over the Cardinals. But it was short-lived when Trevathan broke another bone in his left leg.
After watching Denver’s start slow against the New York Jets on Sunday, former Broncos wide receiver Brandon Stokley thinks the team still lacks the killer instinct against a lesser squad.
No matter how you look at it, when the San Francisco 49ers come to Denver this Sunday to face the Broncos, football fans are in for a treat. Two of the best in the west go toe-to-toe on Sunday Night Football.
Through the first quarter of the NFL season, the injury reports for the Broncos and their opponents has been somewhat bland. Not this week, as Denver returns a key starters and Arizona misses their starting quarterback.
After Peyton Manning and the Broncos beat the Colts in Week 1 of the NFL season, the announcers piped in with news about a surprising feat Manning had just accomplished.