As the dandy dozen prepare for the playoffs, here’s a look at the signature strength of each team along with their most worrisome weakness.
Denver is stacked with talented players thanks to John Elway’s construction of the team over the last four years. So, there have been far more “studs” than “duds” this season, and we’ll look at a few specific men here.
Throughout the John Elway – Peyton Manning Era, a focus on offense was apparent. But things have changed this season, and possibly for the better, as the Broncos are more well-suited to face the playoffs this time around.
It wasn’t a perfect game, but none are. The Denver Broncos took care of business Sunday afternoon and clinched the No. 2 seed with their commanding victory over the Oakland Raiders.
Peyton Manning won’t be chasing history and Derek Carr won’t be running from it when the Denver Broncos and Oakland Raiders meet in their regular-season finale.
Denver’s slimmed-down strongside linebacker Von Miller has bounced back from the worst year of his career to make 13 sacks and regain his status as one of the NFL’s premier pass rushers.
Nine Denver Broncos were selected to the Pro Bowl, the team announced Tuesday.
Aside from Von Miller, Denver’s once-deep linebacker corps has been reduced to four guys playing their first NFL season and an undrafted third-year pro who’s started just five games.
John Fox has no problem with nose tackle Terrance “Pot Roast” Knighton’s Super Bowl bravado. “I think that’s been the goal all season,” the Denver Broncos coach said when asked for his take on Knighton’s Joe Namath-like guarantee.
The photo emblazoned on the front of Chris Harris Jr.’s navy sweat shirt was a tribute to his favorite Denver Broncos cornerback – himself, of course.