Monthly Archives: November 2016

Should Bennie Fowler have gone down short of the end zone? — ProFootballTalk

As Broncos receiver Bennie Fowler was sprinting with the football on a 76-yard catch and run late in regulation on Sunday night against the Chiefs, Hall of Fame coach Tony Dungy was saying that Fowler should go down. The reason was simple: The Broncos led the Chiefs, 17-16, the Chiefs had just used their last […]

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Gary Kubiak: Broncos were playing to win, not to not lose or tie — ProFootballTalk

The Broncos could have easily played it safe, and walked out of their own stadium with a tie last night. But Gary Kubiak was willing to risk a loss to try for the win. One of today’s most-second-guessed calls is going to be his decision to let kicker Brandon McManus try a 62-yard field goal […]

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Veterans proving essential on young Nuggets team — Mile High Sports

Tweet +1 Like Share Pin Reddit The Denver Nuggets are viewed by most around the NBA as one of the league’s young, up-and-coming teams, but so far this season, it’s been the veterans that have done the heavy lifting. The Nuggets were thrown a couple of curveballs to open the year, losing focal points Gary Harris…

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IN THEIR WORDS: Broncos defense takes responsibility for heartbreaking defeat — Mile High Sports

Tweet +1 Like Share Pin Reddit It’s been a long time since the Denver Broncos could leave the weekend with a loss and not end up pointing the finger at the offense, but that’s what’s happening today after Trevor Siemian did everything in his power to give the team a chance to win. His 17 fourth quarter and…

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Despite loss, Trevor Siemian gave Broncos Country a lot to be excited about — Mile High Sports

Tweet +1 Like Share Pin Reddit For the first time in a long time, Trevor Siemian and the Denver Broncos offense did everything they could to win the game. And while they ultimately came up short, we’d be wrong to overlook Siemian’s breakout performance. He finished the night with 368 yards and three touchdowns on…

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IN THEIR WORDS: Broncos stand by “The Decision” — Mile High Sports

Tweet +1 Like Share Pin Reddit Monday morning quarterbacks are hotly debating Gary Kubiak’s decision to attempt a 62-yard field goal in overtime that would have delivered a win for the Broncos on Sunday Night Football. Brandon McManus, as most fans who weren’t still feeling the effects of Thanksgiving turkey saw, missed and the Kansas…

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