Nuggets off to best start since 1976-77 following rout over Cavs — The Denver Post

CLEVELAND – The Nuggets didn’t have close to their full arsenal working, but against a sputtering team like the Cavs, it didn’t matter. Following Thursday’s 110-91 win over Cleveland, the Nuggets improved their record to 7-1, their best start since the 1976-77 season when they began the year 8-0. “It doesn’t mean a whole lot…

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Despite Chubb’s strong start, Stokley regrets Broncos not taking QB — KKFN

Fresh off of his defensive rookie of the month honors, Denver Broncos linebacker Bradley Chubb appears to be the “generational” player that was expected from him, said Zach Bye on Thursday. Through his first eight games in the NFL, Chubb has seven sacks, six tackles for loss, 10 quarterback hits, a pass defensed, and a…

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Getting after Texans QB Deshaun Watson key for Broncos win Sunday — KKFN

A win or loss Sunday against Deshaun Watson and the Houston Texans rides on the backs of the Denver Broncos defensive line, “Stokley and Zach” co-host Brandon Stokley said on Thursday. “We think we have a bad offensive line. Theirs is worse. Worse than ours. It’s not even close,” Stokley said. “Their offensive line is…

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Broncos Briefs: Terrell Davis continues to be impressed by Phillip Lindsay — The Denver Post

Twenty-three years ago, Broncos running back Terrell Davis emerged from obscurity as a sixth-round pick to rush for 1,117 yards as a rookie. This year, Phillip Lindsay has risen from being an undrafted free agent to enter Sunday’s game against Houston with 531 rushing yards (ninth-best in the NFL), putting him on pace for 1,062.…

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Colorado Rockies: What moves would you make this offseason as GM? — Rox Pile

Colorado Rockies general manager Jeff Bridich has a laundry list of things to tackle this offseason. From deciding next steps with All-Star third baseman Nolan Arenado to whether to offer contracts to DJ LeMahieu and/or Adam Ottavino, there are plenty of decisions to be made this offseason that will have lasting impacts on the franchise.…

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Avalanche’s Mikko Rantanen named NHL’s first star for October — The Denver Post

The NHL’s leader in assists and points was recognized as the top player of October. Related Articles Avalanche seeking scoring with its third and fourth lines during road trip through Canada Avalanche right winger Mikko Rantanen, the NHL’s leading scorer, is a Nordic gentleman Avalanche’s Mikko Rantanen earns NHL’s third star of the week honor…

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Denver Broncos: AFC West week nine predictions — Predominantly Orange

The Denver Broncos host the Houston Texans in week nine. Predominantly Orange writer Baylor Bradac and I predict the outcomes of each AFC West matchup. In week eight, the Denver Broncos fell short of defeating the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium. Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes has been dominant all year long and that was…

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Mile Highs and Lows: A Recap of the Denver Nuggets in October — Denver Stiffs – All Posts

The first installment of the monthly column in which I dive into the highs and lows of each month of the 2018-19 Denver Nuggets season This season at Denver Stiffs, I will be introducing a new monthly column in which I outline the highs (and inevitably the lows) of the past month for the Denver…

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Avalanche will rely more on Vladislav Kamenev with veterans stuck in sick bay — The Denver Post

CALGARY – The top line has been an undisputed success, but in order to keep this early season momentum going, the Colorado Avalanche need to rely heavily on their supporting parts. As the Avalanche (7-3-2) prepared to face off against the Flames (7-5-1) on Thursday night at the Scotiabank Saddledome, Colorado coach Jared Bednar agreed…

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Simon Fletcher thinks the Broncos defense has improved the last two weeks — Mile High Report – All Posts

After setting an NFL record giving up back-to-back 200 yard rushers, Simon Fletcher has seen massive improvement from the Denver Broncos defense the last two weeks. Denver Broncos Ring of Famer, Simon Fletcher, talked about the 2018 season with Ryan Edwards, Andrew Mason, and Steve Atwater on Orange & Blue 760 on Wednesday. After discussing…

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