Tweet +1 Like Share Pin Reddit You may think the Broncos’ blocked extra point returned for a game-winning two-point conversion on Sunday was something of a minor miracle, but there was nothing lucky or divine about it. They knew it was coming. “We definitely did,” Will Parks, who returned the blocked kick to the end zone,…
via Will Parks: No “miracle” about it, the Broncos knew the blocked extra point was coming — Mile High Sports
Tweet +1 Like Share Pin Reddit The jury isn’t still out. Critics across town are saying the Broncos offensive line hasn’t improved. If anything, it may have taken steps backward from 2015, and having an inexperienced quarterback isn’t helping the matter. The o-line was dominated again on Sunday in a miraculous 25-23 win in New Orleans, facing a…
via Same old story as Broncos offensive line struggles against the Saints — Mile High Sports
The Trevor Siemian-led offense showed some positive signs of life in the Broncos’ 25-23 victory over the Saints.
via Siemian Says: Offense shows signs of life despite up-and-down performance — Denver Broncos : News
With their backs to the wall once again, the Broncos responded as they have so many times the last two seasons — with a big play when it was needed most.
via Thanks to Justin Simmons and Will Parks, Broncos again show why you must expect the unexpected — Denver Broncos : News
Three-and-outs, first downs and time of possessions — the Broncos made marked improvements in areas of weakness from their loss to the Raiders just before heading into their bye week.
via Broncos reverse troubling trends before bye week — Denver Broncos : News
NEW ORLEANS (AP) – Broncos safety Darian Stewart was in the right place at the right time, as Denver defenders often seem to be. Shutting down quarterback Drew Brees for four quarters was always going to be a tall order, particularly with starting quarterback Aqib Talib and starting defensive end Derek Wolfe injured. Still, Denver’s…
via Denver Defense Opportunistic In Triumph Over Saints — CBS Denver
NEW ORLEANS (The Sports Xchange) – Unlike Superman, Denver Broncos safety Justin Simmons does not routinely leap tall buildings. On Sunday at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, however, Simmons vaulted over a 6-foot-1, 235-pound man in a three-point stance as though he were nothing more imposing than a speed bump. Justin Simmons blocks an extra point attempt…
via Broncos’ Justin Simmons Plays Superman vs. Saints — CBS Denver