Monthly Archives: January 2017

Von Miller: Gary Kubiak ‘Helped Me See The Light’ — CBS Denver

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (CBS4) – Broncos linebacker Von Miller posted a tribute to Gary Kubiak Tuesday, calling him “a leader who was believable, a man of high character who always had a plan.” Due to health concerns, Kubiak stepped down as the team’s head coach Monday after a 9-7 season in which the team missed the playoffs. Gary…

via Von Miller: Gary Kubiak ‘Helped Me See The Light’ — CBS Denver

Jhabvala vs. Kiz: Is Kyle Shanahan the right fit as Broncos head coach? — The Denver Post

Question: Is Kyle Shanahan the right fit for Broncos coach? Kiz: As Gary Kubiak said a tearful goodbye to the Broncos, John Elway was already saddled up and ready to go hunting for a new coach. Mr. Elway does not mess around. It’s always game on with him. So maybe finding a replacement for Kubiak…

via Jhabvala vs. Kiz: Is Kyle Shanahan the right fit as Broncos head coach? — The Denver Post

Vegas puts Kyle Shanahan and Vance Joseph as early favorites for Denver Broncos head coaching position — Mile High Report – All Posts

Everyone else is a distant third to these two. The oddsmakers at BookMaker.eu have given their odds for the future head coach of the Denver Broncos. The clear favorites are Atlanta Falcons offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan and Miami Dolphins defensive coordinator Vance Joseph. Kyle Shanahan +125 Vance Joseph +180 Darrell Bevell +1300 Joe DeCamillis +1500…

via Vegas puts Kyle Shanahan and Vance Joseph as early favorites for Denver Broncos head coaching position — Mile High Report – All Posts

Chris Harris and Aqib Talib ranked as the NFL’s best cornerbacks in 2016 — Mile High Sports

It is no secret that the Denver Broncos secondary (affectionately known as the “No Fly Zone”) is elite. That being said, it’s one thing to say that your team boasts the best cornerback tandem in the NFL, it’s another to have the stats to back that statement up. According the Pro Football Focus (with a…

via Chris Harris and Aqib Talib ranked as the NFL’s best cornerbacks in 2016 — Mile High Sports

The 2016 Denver Broncos Season: A Post-Mortem — Predominantly Orange

Now that the defending champions are no more, it’s time to take a look back at what went right and what went wrong in an ultimately disappointing season for the Denver Broncos… Well Broncos fans, that’s it. It may not have been the title defense that we wanted, but perhaps it was the one that…

via The 2016 Denver Broncos Season: A Post-Mortem — Predominantly Orange

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