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In his first stint as a head coach, things didn’t go very well for Josh McDaniels. Hired by the Broncos in 2009, he was fired during the 2010 season. At first, things were looking good for McDaniels, leading the team to a 6-0 start that included a fis
Inside the Numbers: Week 14Updated Dec 9, 2012 Share Tweet1.000 The Broncos are 6-0 on the road against the AFC West over the past two years. 4 Kicker Matt Prater converted all four of his field goal attempts against the Raiders to tie a career high. Thursday marked the fifth game in which Prater has converted…Source: denverbroncos.com
What to Watch This WeekUpdated Dec 9, 2012 Share TweetThe Broncos have already played their Week 14 game, defeating the Oakland Raiders 31-23 on Thursday Night Football. So with the orange and blue off on Sunday, what should Broncos fans watch instead? There are six games that could provide varying levels …Source: denverbroncos.com
Kickin' it with Kiz: Comparing current Broncos to 1998 Super Bowl teamUpdated Dec 9, 2012 Share TweetSuper doubter. Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning is equivalent to John Elway. Knowshon Moreno is not even close to Terrell Davis.
Would fifth MVP make Broncos' Peyton Manning the best of all time?Updated Dec 9, 2012 Share TweetWould another MVP, even without another Super Bowl victory, elevate Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning to the best of all time? Better than Joe Montana? Better than Tom Brady? Better than John Elway?
Paige: Broncos fans have stake in Shanahan, Kubiak for NFL playoffsUpdated Dec 9, 2012 Share TweetHave you lost that lovin' feeling for the Broncos' own former Righteous Brothers - Mike Shanahan and Gary Kubiak?
Don Banks: Falcons, Bears on downward spirals as postseason nears; more Sn…Dec 9LANDOVER, Md. -- Musings, observations and the occasional insight from a less-than-artistic Week 14 in the NFL.
Don Banks: Even with RGIII injury, 'Skins' special season stays on playoff…Dec 9LANDOVER, Md. -- The Washington Redskins became relevant again that moment in early March when they swung the blockbuster trade for the St. Louis Rams' No. 2 draft pick, making the Heisman-winning Robert Griffin III a dream come true in burgundy.