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Dennis Allen explains why he was smiling after Raiders lost
profootballtalk.com Updated Oct 3, 2012
Oakland coach Dennis Allen grinned as he shook the hand of Denver coach John Fox following the Broncos’ 37-6 beatdown of the Raiders on Sunday, and some Raiders fans have complained that it looked like their coach wasn’t taking the loss as hard as heShare Tweet
All 53 players on the Broncos roster participated in Wednesday’s practice, including wide receiver Matthew Willis, who missed all of last week with a hamstring injury. Willis was listed as a full participant, along with cornerbacks Tracy Porter (shouldeShare Tweetprofootballtalk.com Oct 3, 2012The Patriots have a lengthy injury list as they prepare for Sunday’s game against the Broncos. The most significant injury to keep an eye on is the hip injury that has been hampering Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski, who sat out practice today. The PatShare TweetFirst, Tom Brady praised Peyton Manning to the Boston media Wednesday morning. Then Manning returned the admiration to the Denver media after practice in the afternoon.Share TweetBroncos quarterback Peyton Manning insists that Sunday's game at New England is not a contest between him and Patriots quarterback Tom Brady.Share Tweet
Broncos Join InstagramThe Broncos have opened an account on Instagram, the popular photo-sharing smartphone application. Follow the team’s account, DenverBroncos, for exclusive, behind-the-scenes photos from Dove Valley, road trips and gameday. The first picture from the accShare TweetLest anyone think this is just another week at Dove Valley, the Broncos got a short pre-practice pep talk from Peyton Manning on Wednesday.Share TweetMatt Prater didn’t kick a game-winning field goal Sunday. He didn’t need to. His Denver Broncos smoked the Oakland Raiders, 37-6. Still, Prater found a way to contribute in the blowout by dominating every time his foot hit the ball, and that’s why tShare Tweet
One Quarter In The BooksIt was only one game. But it was certainly a thing of beauty. The Broncos’ 37-6 rout of the Raiders last weekend showed what this team is capable of and showed the progress it has made. The Broncos went out and dominated a team they need to beat at homeShare Tweet
Around the AFC West: Broncos, Chargers look like two-team raceA quarter of the way into what will become of the 2012 season and the AFC West "race" has the look of a two-team affair.Share TweetJohn Fox was trying to describe why the gadget play had gone so comically wrong when he realized he needed a prop.Share Tweet
Absurdly premature 2012 playoff picture: Week 4yahoo.com Oct 3, 2012Top AFC seeds: Houston Texans, Baltimore Ravens Other AFC division champs: Denver Broncos, New England Patriots AFC wild cards: Pittsburgh Steelers, San Diego Chargers Top NFC seeds: Atlanta Falcons, San Francisco 49ers Other NFC division champs: Philad…Share Tweet
NFL Live OT: Broncos-Patriots PreviewOct 3Tedy Bruschi, Jerry Rice, and Mark Schlereth look forward to Sunday's matchup between the Broncos and Patriots.
Countdown Daily AccuScore: DEN-NEOct 3Prim Siripipat goes inside the numbers for the Broncos-Patriots
Patriots Preparing For PeytonOct 3Mike Reiss reports from Foxborough as the Patriots prepare to face old rival Peyton Manning.