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For the second consecutive week, and third time in five games this season, Stevan Ridley topped 100 rushing yards, gaining a career-high 151.Share Tweet
Don Banks: Broncos were prepared mentally, but not physically, for PatriotsCNNSI.com Oct 7, 2012FOXBORO, Mass. -- After another loss to New England was in the books -- their third in the span of 10 games, including last season's playoffs -- Champ Bailey and the rest of his Broncos teammates found the repetition of it all a little wearing.Share Tweet
Broncos at Patriots: QuotablesHEAD COACH JOHN FOX On Patriots QB Tom Brady’s no-huddle offense “He’s extremely smart. I think he knows football. I think our guy did an outstanding job today as well. He’s a great player. He’s been doing it for quite some time at a high level.Share Tweet
Brady, Patriots' fast pace leave Broncos gasping in lossThe only thing missing from the New England attack in a 31-21 victory over the Broncos Sunday was a pace car. Brady and the Patriots employed a blistering no-huddle attack for the first three quarters then held on in the fourth quarter, when Peyton Mann…Share TweetFOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- Tom Brady and Peyton Manning have long maintained that it is not all about them. The Denver Broncos proved that theory correct Sunday. Despite a brilliant performance by Manning, the Broncos were handled 31-21 by the New England Pat…Share TweetThe final numbers looked quite nice for Demaryius Thomas - a career-high in catches, and the second-most receiving yards in his career. Yet all Thomas will remember about his nine-catch, 188-yard performance in Sunday's 31-21 loss to New England was TheShare Tweet
Familiar Foxoborugh FeelingCNNSI.com Oct 7, 2012Peyton Manning bested Tom Brady on Sunday, but not in the win column. The Pats jumped out to a big lead and dominated on the ground to pull off a 31-21 victory against the Broncos.Share TweetIn possibly the last chapter of their storied rivalry, Tom Brady is sticking it to Peyton Manning and the Broncos in Foxborough. Follow the action as Denver tries to mount a late comeback.Share Tweet
Broncos Win Coin TossThe Broncos won the coin toss and chose to receive. At midfield for the toss were the Broncos’ captains: quarterback Peyton Manning, defensive end Elvis Dumervil, guard Chris Kuper, linebacker Wesley Woodyard, and cornerback Champ Bailey. Denver’s staShare TweetESPN.com Oct 7, 2012FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- Chris Kuper will make his season debut Sunday. Kuper is active and is expected to start at guard for Denver at New England. Kuper is one of the better interior offensive lineman in the NFL. He broke his left forearm during training …Share TweetESPN.com Oct 7, 2012Despite practicing twice this week, New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez is inactive for Sunday's game against the Denver Broncos.Share Tweet
Broncos at Patriots: Gameday CoverageBRONCOS AT PATRIOTS DENVER FALLS TO NEW ENGLAND, 31-21: After falling behind 31-7, Denver comes back to cut the lead to 31-21 before falling short against the Patriots. Below are the blogs covering today’s action. BRONCOS ON TWITTER: Follow the action oShare Tweet
Woody Paige: Broncos to see ex-coach McDaniels on Patriots' sidelineSince Josh McDaniels' abrupt firing Dec. 6, 2010 - a few hours before Pat Bowlen and John Elway held a champagne celebration that evening at Elway's restaurant - McD has refused to discuss with Denver media or the public here anything about his brief, c…Share Tweet
Patriots' Balanced AttackOct 7ESPNBoston's Mike Reiss reports from Patriots 31-21 win over Broncos.
Brady Wins Duel With ManningOct 7A career-high 151 yards from Stevan Ridley helps Patriots top Broncos 31-21.
Broncos vs. Patriots highlightsOct 7Peyton Manning throws for over 340 yards and three touchdowns, but the Patriots put together 250 yards on the ground to win a 31-21 thriller.
Adams fumble recoveryOct 7Denver safety Mike Adams recovers a Stevan Ridley fumble, giving the Broncos great field position in New England Patriots territory.