Over their first five games, the Broncos have scrapped for 13 fumbles – seven by their own offense, six when the defense is on the field. Of those 13, the Broncos have recovered two.
Looking for someone to blame for Denver’s latest loss? Look anywhere other than the locker belonging to No. 18, Peyton Manning.
After giving up 86 points to the Patriots last year, the Denver Broncos realized just how far away they were from becoming a championship contender.
Willis McGahee wasn’t supposed to make it to the NFL, much less pinball his way through defenses for a decade.
Peyton Manning finished with 338 yards and three touchdown passes Sunday to lift the Denver Broncos to a 37-6 victory over the Oakland Raiders.
Peyton Manning’s early interceptions against Atlanta on Monday night matched the most turnover-riddled quarter of football he has played in his 15-year career.
Willis McGahee has enjoyed a renaissance in Denver and there’s no doubt he’ll be an integral piece of the Broncos’ offense all season. His size and strength makes him one of the most difficult running backs in the NFL to tackle.
Taking advantage of a stunning three interceptions in the first quarter, Matt Ryan and the Falcons built a big lead and held on for a 27-21 victory over the Denver Broncos on Monday night.
If Peyton Manning is eager or edgy or excited about his return from last year’s forced sabbatical, he’s certainly not tipping his hand.
The Broncos continued practice through the holiday, missing only Chris Kuper, while former Colts head coach Tony Dungy visited Dove Valley. The depth chart also had some tweaks in final prep for the Steelers.