Disappointment. The true description that has circled the Avalanche over the last two years while General Manager, Joe Sakic, has acquired talented piece after piece for his club. The burgundy and blue saw a disappointing 17-20-4 home record, while hovering just above .500 on the road with a 22-19 record. The club had to endure […]
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Tweet +1 Like Share Pin Reddit Trevor Siemian seemed to be on cruise control Sunday against the Bengals. He was forced to throw the ball downfield after the Cincinnati defense was able to stop the run, and after some second-half adjustments, he began to show some of the skeptics what he is possible of. Coming into…
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Tweet +1 Like Share Pin Reddit Thank you, Ryan Clark. The former Pittsburgh Steelers safety appeared on ESPN’s First Take on Monday and said what every Broncos fan has been thinking for the past few months. “Pats won the Super Bowl last year?” Clark said, eyes wide, after being asked if the Broncos were the biggest…
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Wednesday’s PFT Live features a visit from safety T.J. Ward of the 3-0 Broncos. Which meshes well with the question of the day: Which 3-0 team will be the last to lose? The candidates are the Broncos, Eagles, Patriots, Ravens, and Vikings. The Eagles definitely won’t lose this weekend; they don’t play. The other four…
via Wednesday’s PFT Live asks which undefeated team will be the last to lose — ProFootballTalk
PHOENIX (AP) – The Pac-12, in some respects, has gone according to plan so far this season with No. 7 Stanford and No. 10 Washington leading the North Division. For the most part, though, the conference has been filled with surprises through the first four weeks of the season. Colorado tied for the lead in…
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http://ep3.performfeeds.com/eplayer/11hrrvnxxgcho15mv6dsnvd13y/3537229ddc1ab8b1fe9bfb6903 It’s been a good week for Broncos quarterback Trevor Siemian. In a matter of days, Siemian has earned his first road win over Cincinnati, a game ball and now his first AFC offensive player of the week award from the NFL. Siemian finished Sunday’s 29-17 win over the Bengals 23-of-35, 312 yards, four touchdowns … Continue reading Broncos’ Trevor Siemian named AFC offensive player of the week →
via Broncos’ Trevor Siemian named AFC offensive player of the week — The Denver Post
The legend of the Broncos defense is a worm. The legend worms its way into the hearts and minds of NFL foes. The worm eats confidence and turns it to fear.
via Kiszla: The little orange worm that instills fear in the hearts of Broncos’ opponents — The Denver Post
SAN FRANCISCO — Nolan Arenado emerged from the indoor batting cage at AT&T Park on Tuesday afternoon, sweat streaming down his face. He was smiling, of course, because hitting almost always brings a smile to his face.
via Nolan Arenado disappointed in Rockies’ season, proud of his historic production — The Denver Post
Mike MacIntyre realized he had found his quarterback of the future when he saw Steven Montez play basketball inside a high school gym in El Paso.
via Breakthrough performance of Steven Montez no surprise to those who know him best — The Denver Post
When the Broncos returned to Denver on Sunday night after a hard-fought road victory at Cincinnati, they would have been well within their rights to unwind and leave the next week’s preparation for Monday.
via Attack by air or ground? Broncos’ opponents learning “it’s hard to find a crack in this defense” — The Denver Post