Monthly Archives: November 2018

Denver Broncos: Team continues to lose close games — Predominantly Orange

The Denver Broncos lost yet another close game on Sunday, this time to the Houston Texans. Something has to give. It has been a frustrating two seasons for the Denver Broncos, to say the least. In 2017, the team went 5-11, including an embarrassing eight-game losing streak. In the team’s last seven games (in 2018),…

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Denver Broncos: Poor clock management crushed Broncos against the Texans — Predominantly Orange

The Denver Broncos likely would have won against the Houston Texans if it weren’t for poor clock management by head coach Vance Joseph. In Sunday’s matchup with the Houston Texans, Denver Broncos quarterback Case Keenum went the entire day without throwing an interception. Unfortunately, running back Devontae Booker fumbled the football. The Broncos allowed Texans…

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Denver Broncos: Vance Joseph’s time as head coach is running out — Predominantly Orange

With a 3-6 start to the 2018 season, it’s become abundantly clear that time is running out for Vance Joseph as head coach of the Denver Broncos. Time is running out for Vance Joseph as head coach of the Denver Broncos, and we saw his work against the Texans with clock management. In all of…

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Broncos Film Review: Fourth-quarter field position squandered in loss to Houston — The Denver Post

A final look at the Broncos’ 19-17 loss to the Houston Texans on Sunday: 1. The Courtland Sutton Era began by him playing 56 snaps (his second-highest total of the season). He was targeted five times and had three catches for 57 yards: Twenty-one yards (19 yards after the catch) on third-and-8, a 43-yard would-be…

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Colorado Avalanche Star Nathan MacKinnon Scared by Biz Nasty — Mile High Sticking

Nathan MacKinnon, the Colorado Avalanche’s star center, may put fear into the hearts of defenders and goalies, but he got scared by a Biz Nasty joke on Media Day. Colorado Avalanche star Nathan MacKinnon was the team’s representative at the NHL Media Day that took place before the season began. Unfortunately, he got scared by…

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John Elway Says No Coaching Changes ‘At This Point In Time’ — CBS Denver

By Zack Kelberman (247 SPORTS) – When the Denver Broncos emerge from their bye week, Vance Joseph will still be their coach. Head coach Vance Joseph on Sunday (credit: Dustin Bradford/Getty Images) In an appearance on Orange and Blue 760 on Monday, Broncos general manager John Elway revealed he’s not making any major changes “at…

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Broncos Briefs: Courtland Sutton’s starting debut step forward in NFL maturation — The Denver Post

Broncos’ rookie wide receiver Courtland Sutton made his first NFL start Sunday against the Texans and played a career-high 56 snaps. There were ups (a 22-yard catch and run) and downs (an illegal blocking penalty the next snap), but the decision to trade Demaryius Thomas to Houston made sense watching Sutton once again flash star…

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