The Denver Broncos are currently one of the leaders in the AFC and are looking for home-field advantage. The Buffalo Bills are battling for one of the playoff spots with numerous other AFC teams. Steve Tasker of CBS Sports talks about their week 14 match-up and how Denver may not be this year’s favorite to win it all.
C.J. Anderson of the Denver Broncos and Odell Beckham Jr. of the New York Giants should be on the radar of every fantasy football owner right now.
Champ Bailey said goodbye to the NFL on Tuesday after signing a ceremonial one-day contract with his beloved Denver Broncos.
Here is a list of five interesting sports stories you may have missed this week.
Peyton Manning admittedly stunk up Gillette Stadium. If that’s the case, he wasn’t alone. “I think we all stunk,” coach John Fox said Monday after the Denver Broncos’ 43-21 loss at New England.
The New England Patriots took it to the Denver Broncos in their game Sunday. It wasn’t just what the Pats did, though, it was what the Broncos were unable to do, too, that was so bad.
Peyton Manning threw for 438 yards, but most of those came after the Patriots rolled to a 20-point halftime lead on their way to a surprisingly lopsided win over the favored Broncos.
The New England Patriots are well known for their creativity with the mandated injury report by the league. This week, however, with few injuries and a strong team, there was no need for New England to play games with the injury report, while Denver’s side took longer than usual to come out.
Another year, another homecoming for a Patriot-turned-Bronco star. Aqib Talib is hoping for a happier homecoming Sunday when the Denver Broncos (6-1) visit the Patriots (6-2).
New England rookie quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo spent the week simulating Peyton Manning and his hurry-up offense. Except for one part of it. Garoppolo didn’t use Manning’s now-signature “Omaha!” when calling put the plays at the line.