Monthly Archives: November 2018

Report: Matt Paradis believed to have suffered fractured fibula — Mile High Report – All Posts

The Denver Broncos suffered a major blow as starting center Matt Paradis is believed to have a fractured fibula. Denver Broncos center Matt Paradis went down with an injury in the first half of the Houston Texans game and needed a cart to get off the field and into the locker room. It has now…

via Report: Matt Paradis believed to have suffered fractured fibula — Mile High Report – All Posts

Phil Simms Praises Broncos: ‘Solid Team, Great Foundation’ — CBS Denver

DENVER (CBS4) – Broadcaster Phil Simms, who is widely despised by many Broncos Fans, had a lot of praise for the team on Sunday at halftime. Phil Simms (credit: CBS) “They gave them all they (could) in Kansas City and they’re playing hard here today. It’s a solid football team with a great foundation,” he…

via Phil Simms Praises Broncos: ‘Solid Team, Great Foundation’ — CBS Denver

Missed field goal at buzzer sends Broncos to 19-17 loss to Houston — The Denver Post

Brandon McManus missed a 51-yard field goal wide right as time expired today, allowing the Houston Texans to beat the Broncos, 19-17, at Mile High. The Broncos dropped to 3-6 entering the bye week, their hopes at the playoffs all but dashed. A made McManus kick would have capped a terrific end-of-game drive. The Broncos…

via Missed field goal at buzzer sends Broncos to 19-17 loss to Houston — The Denver Post

Denver Broncos sell out their 400th consecutive game — The Denver Post

The team isn’t great but its fans are all right. Despite the Broncos’ unwavering struggles, Denver fans continue to flock to Mile High to watch the Orange and Blue. On Sunday, the Broncos tallied their 400th consecutive sellout, though 4,222 fans who bought tickets were no-shows. The streak began Week 1 of 1970, and Sunday…

via Denver Broncos sell out their 400th consecutive game — The Denver Post

Broncos’ up-down drill: Best and worst against the Houston Texans — The Denver Post

Tracking the best and worst from the Broncos’ loss Sunday against the Texans. UP: Respect. Rookie wide receiver Courtland Sutton arrived at Mile High in a white No. 88 Demaryius Thomas uniform. Then Denver honored one of its most productive offensive players in franchise history during pregame with a tribute video. An odd scene with Thomas…

via Broncos’ up-down drill: Best and worst against the Houston Texans — The Denver Post

Broncos Fall To Houston 19-17, Demaryius Thomas Wins Homecoming — CBS Denver

DENVER (AP) — Brandon McManus missed a 51-yard field goal as time expired, leaving Demaryius Thomas a winner in his homecoming as the Houston Texans escaped Denver with a 19-17 win over the Broncos. Wide receiver Demaryius Thomas of the Texans breaks away from a tackle attempt by defensive back Tramaine Brock of the Broncos.…

via Broncos Fall To Houston 19-17, Demaryius Thomas Wins Homecoming — CBS Denver

Broncos QB Case Keenum is one of only 3 NFL starters this season to not reach a 100 passer rating — The Denver Post

Case Keenum is still in search of his first game with the Broncos where he posts a passer rating better than 100. Related Articles Missed field goal at buzzer sends Broncos to 19-17 loss to Houston WATCH: Broncos’ Case Keenum connects with Jeff Heuerman for touchdown vs. Texans Broncos center Matt Paradis ruled out of…

via Broncos QB Case Keenum is one of only 3 NFL starters this season to not reach a 100 passer rating — The Denver Post

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