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Archie worried neck would end Peyton's career
ESPN.com Updated Sep 6, 2013
The day after his son tied an NFL record with seven touchdown passes, Archie Manning said he was concerned Peyton Manning would never play again after his neck surgeries and that Peyton's throws in the early days of rehab were limited to "a 10-yard…Share Tweet
Broncos and Ravens Draw Large Twitter Audiencedenverbroncos.com Sep 6, 2013The NFL Kickoff game Thursday night created a huge buzz both around Sports Authority Field at Mile High and on social media platforms. The television audience was more than 25 million, making the Broncos-Ravens opener the third-most watched opener since…Share Tweet
Broncos’ season-opening win viewed by 25.1 million peopleThe NFL’s dominance over the American television landscape continues. Thursday night’s Ravens-Broncos NFL opener was watched by 25.1 million viewers, a 5 percent increase over the Cowboys-Giants game that kicked off the season last year. The 25.1 millio…Share TweetLess than 24 hours after Manning's Magnificent Seven, Broncos coach John Fox reflected on the view of Peyton Manning's huge night from watching coaching film.Share TweetBroncos linebacker Danny Trevathan was on his way to returning an interception for a touchdown against the Baltimore Ravens on Thursday night.Share Tweet
Reports of football's demise come greatly exaggeratedLunch Special: Each weekday near noontime, a Denver Post sports writer dares to dish. In this installment, John Meyer examines the state of America's true pastime.Share TweetThursday morning, Julius Thomas was the fourth or fifth option for the Broncos' offense, an afterthought to the team's elite receiving corps.Share TweetThe Ravens and Broncos had the stage to themselves on Thursday night, but now it is time to turn our attention to the rest of the league. Mike Florio and Michael David Smith will discuss their picks for all the games in Week One — both picked the Bronco…Share TweetESPN.com Sep 6, 2013An examination of four hot issues from the Broncos’ 49-27 win over the Ravens: This just in: Peyton Manning's arm is just fine. Manning is in his 16th season and he often talks about how he’s a different player after his neck surgeries than he was befor…Share TweetNewspaper says John Elway, not Peyton Manning, threw seven touchdown passes against Baltimore Ravens.Share Tweet
Even After Seven TDs, Peyton Manning Can't Escape John Elway's ShadowAccording to the Columbus Dispatch, it was ol' No. 7 who put a historic hurting on the Baltimore Ravens last night. There's never really a good excuse for mistaking John Elway for Peyton Manning, but this definitely shouldn't happen the morning after a …Share TweetMaybe that vigilante Denver sportscaster had it right—Ravens banners didn't belong anywhere near the same city as Peyton Manning. After a seven-touchdown performance, the 37-year-old made an early statement that Denver would like to host the season open…Share Tweetbroncosgab.com Sep 6, 2013Wow! What a game and a performance by Peyton Manning! Ok, so I was a little off on my prediction, so let’s take a look at the 5 keys posted from yesterday and see how they played into the game last night. 1. Peyton Manning’s arm is stronger than it was …Share Tweet
Terrell Suggs guarantees a rematchThe beating the Ravens took last night was thorough and convincing. And they’re ready for another shot. After allowing a record-tying seven touchdown passes from Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning in a 49-27 loss, the Ravens weren’t backing down. “The g…Share TweetIn the countdown to the season recited by retired NFL greats on the television screens around the country and on the scoreboard at Sports Authority Field at Mile High, former Baltimore RavensShare TweetDENVER -- It was all hypothetical before Thursday night, some kind of on-paper exercise, a good theory, logical and all. You know, all of those dispatches that flood through in the annual waves of optimism that wash over NFL training camp in every summe…Share TweetCNNSI.com Sep 6, 2013After a brutal playoff loss, Peyton Manning was firing on all cylinders as the Broncos routed the Ravens.Share Tweet
Shaun Phillips, Broncos waste no time finding an effective pass rushFinally, the questions became too much. Too much doubt. Too much skepticism. "I took it personally," linebacker Shaun Phillips said.Share Tweet
Peyton Manning ties NFL record with seven TD passes as Broncos rout defending champ Ravens in season openerWith each touchdown pass Peyton Manning was trying or setting another NFL record. His fourth equaled Brett Favre with 23 four-TD games, his fifth tied Drew Brees with his seventh of five or more and his sixth – for the third time in his career – gave Ma…Share TweetWhile the Broncos likely would have still found a way to power past the Ravens in the second half of Thursday night’s season opener, the path to the home team’s first lead was greased by a bad call that Baltimore opted not to try to reverse. Facing thir…Share TweetDenver 49, Baltimore 27: Peyton Manning was still furious over last season's playoff loss to the Ravens, apparently, because he absolutely demolished Baltimore tonight. Manning threw for 462 yards and seven touchdowns, becoming the sixth person in NFL h…Share Tweetgrantland.com Sep 6, 2013Well football returned last night, and in case you missed it, Peyton Manning went and set the entire Ravens defense on fire. Seven touchdowns and 462 ...Share Tweet
About Last Night: Peyton's Seventh Heavengrantland.com Sep 6, 2013In case you were busy getting so jacked for football that you passed out at 1:30, here's what you missed in sports last night: Peyton Manning was at...Share Tweet
Overreaction to Broncos blowout?Sep 6Are the Baltimore Ravens in trouble after giving up seven touchdowns to Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos, or is it too early to judge the defending Super Bowl champions?
Headline Gaffe Confuses Elway, ManningSep 6"Mike & Mike" discuss the headline blunder in The Columbus Dispatch that said John Elway, not Peyton Manning, threw seven touchdowns in the Broncos' win.
A Fun Night To Play QBSep 6Broncos QB Peyton Manning talks to Sal Paolantonio about his seven-touchdown performance against the Ravens.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Demaryius Thomas makes a nifty moveSep 6Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning hits wide receiver Demaryius Thomas who makes a spectacular move to gain 34 yards.