Monthly Archives: November 2018

Von Miller joins elite company with sack on Philip Rivers — Mile High Sports

Broncos linebacker Von Miller joined an elite club when he sacked Philip Rivers in the first half on Sunday. Including the playoffs, Miller now has 100 sacks in his NFL career, and the eighth-year pro also joined an elite group of Reggie White and DeMarcus Ware as the only players in league history to record…

via Von Miller joins elite company with sack on Philip Rivers — Mile High Sports

Broncos beat Chargers on Brandon McManus’ field goal as time expires — The Denver Post

CARSON, Calif. — A 38-yard catch by Emmanuel Sanders and a 30-yard reception by Courtland Sutton set up Brandon McManus’ 34-yard field goal as time expired Sunday, giving the Broncos a 23-22 win over the Los Angeles Chargers. The Broncos (4-6) won for only the second time in eight games. The Broncos led Los Angeles…

via Broncos beat Chargers on Brandon McManus’ field goal as time expires — The Denver Post

Broncos upset Chargers with fourth quarter comeback — Mile High Sports

The Denver Broncos (4-6) rallied in the fourth quarter to upset the Los Angeles Chargers, 23-20 Sunday. Led by Case Keenum, the Broncos drove 76 yards in 1:51 with zero timeouts, and Brandon McManus capped off the game-winning drive with a 34-yard field goal. The drive helped erase a missed call from the officials that…

via Broncos upset Chargers with fourth quarter comeback — Mile High Sports

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

Tracking the best and worst from the Broncos’ victory Sunday against the Chargers. UP: Broncos Country. As expected, lackluster Chargers’ fan support paired with a venue that seats just 27,000 produced a strong showing of Denver fans at the StubHub Center. The split appeared about 50-50 from a press box view, but the noise generated…

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

Nuggets careful with criticism following frustrating night at free throw line vs. Pelicans — The Denver Post

NEW ORLEANS – Nuggets coach Michael Malone was called for one technical foul on Saturday night, and he wasn’t in the mood to get docked anything else. Malone was careful with his words following Saturday’s 125-115 loss to the Pelicans – a loss that saw Anthony Davis take eight more free throw attempts than the…

via Nuggets careful with criticism following frustrating night at free throw line vs. Pelicans — The Denver Post

Chargers fans expect Los Angles to breeze by the Denver Broncos on Sunday — Mile High Report – All Posts

Given how red-hot the Los Angeles Chargers have been, it is easy to see why a win would be expected against the 3-6 Denver Broncos. This week’s “5 Questions with the Enemy” features the Bolts From the Blue’s Jamie Sewell, as the Denver Broncos will be facing the Los Angeles Rams in what is always…

via Chargers fans expect Los Angles to breeze by the Denver Broncos on Sunday — Mile High Report – All Posts

Davis Scores 40, Leads Pelicans Past Nuggets 125-115 — CBS Denver

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Anthony Davis had 10 field goals for New Orleans against Denver on Saturday night. That’s not a bad total, but it doesn’t begin to tell the whole story about how he carried the Pelicans. Davis added 20-for-21 shooting from the free throw line and finished with 40 points, eight rebounds and…

via Davis Scores 40, Leads Pelicans Past Nuggets 125-115 — CBS Denver

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