It didn’t take long for kicker Matt Prater to find a job after the Broncos cut him.
In the aftermath of another letdown against the Seattle Seahawks, Denver coach John Fox was asked if he could nevertheless take some positives out of the Broncos losing in overtime rather than getting blown out as they did in the Super Bowl.
While the overtime setback Sunday certainly wasn’t as bad as the Super Bowl nightmare in February, some Broncos said it’s the result that matters.
Now that CBSDenver.com writer Brett Heinzerling is finally over the Denver Broncos loss to the Seattle Seahawks he has found a silver lining to the Super Bowl rematch.
Sure, there were plenty of positives to take from Denver’s 26-20 overtime loss at Seattle on Sunday that was such a far cry from the shellacking the Broncos endured in the Super Bowl. All those good things could prove ample tinder for another Super Bowl run, however.
For fans that witnessed the Broncos–Seahawks game, they were in for a tremendous treat. Both defenses came to play, hit hard and made for one of the most exciting regular season games in recent years.
Super Bowl déjà vu – the Broncos once again fumbled on the first play of the game against the Seahawks. But this time it didn’t result in a safety and the outcome of the game was much different.
Marshawn Lynch scored on a 6-yard TD run on the first possession of overtime and the Seahawks beat the Broncos 26-20 on Sunday in a showdown that lived up to expectations.
Super Bowl déjà vu – the Denver Broncos once again fumbled on the first play of the game against the Seattle Seahawks. But this time it didn’t result in a safety and the Broncos defense was able to make a goal-line stand and hold the Seahawks to a field goal.
Wes Welker’s receiving stats over a productive NFL career are impressive. Still, there’s another set of numbers associated with him that cannot be ignored: three concussions, nine months.