Peyton Manning is certainly the center of attention on the Broncos, and a study found TV cameras find him on the sideline more than any other QB in the NFL. But is he the most-interviewed Bronco in the Denver locker room?
The Dallas Cowboys have been dethroned as America’s Team, at least according to a Harris Poll that dubs the Broncos as the most popular team in the United States.
The Denver Broncos’ opponent this Sunday is one of only two undefeated teams left in the NFL after a quarter-season.
The Denver Broncos locker room was filled with more banter and bellows than usual Monday. Their early bye is over and Danny Trevathan is back.
Three weeks into the season and the Denver Broncos are doing well at 2-1. But which players have lived up to expectations and which ones are leaving something to be desired?
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.
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.
In Denver, the offseason was spent with “35” being shouted through the halls of the Broncos’ facility as a constant reminder.
Slogging through the rubble of that Super Bowl landslide, John Elway blew up his defense.
Every football player takes a different path to the NFL. Sylvester Williams started when he discovered he was terrible at football in high school.