My Week 8 NFL Power Rankings

      1.                          Denver Broncos 2. – 31. (Tie)      Everyone else 32.                        Oakland Raiders *** This was a “mostly” un-bias anaylsis

October 2014 by Sean Thompson

Manning / Broncos D dominate vs. San Fran

  He finished 22-of-26 passing for 318 yards. And a near perfect quarterback rating. But a week 7 win over the San Francisco 49ers isn’t going to get the attention it should until maybe later in the year when analysts pick and decide how successful a season was. Or how important each win was (see […]

October 2014 by Sean Thompson

Another brick in the wall

You know those 30-minute highlight films that come out every summer? The ones that re-cap the previous season and it’s highlights. And with every new episode there are those games in the middle where nothing spectacular happened, but they were solid wins for a team that has so much more to accomplish? Sunday’s 41-20 win […]

October 2014 by Sean Thompson

Moral Victory? Morale Victory?

Let’s face it . . . there is such a thing as a moral victory. Not for players and not for coaches, but those paid professionals spending the 60+ hours a week scheming and planning to win every Sunday. But for the rest of us, the “observers”, there are such things as moral victories. The […]

September 2014 by Sean Thompson

How do the Broncos win in Seattle? Ball Control

What’s the best way to beat the Seattle Seahawks? Especially on the road, in Seattle?   Easy . . . The Denver Broncos have to steal from every game plan that is used against them . . . Ball control. Keep the ball. Don’t let the other team’s offense on the field. Remember those great […]

September 2014 by Sean Thompson

Not pretty, but 2-0 is still 2-0

Silver lining time (maybe Orange-tinted lining in this case) . . .  two blowouts to start the season may have given the Denver Broncos a false sense of security. That kind of bravdo that leads to glaring holes be exposed at non-opportune times. The Broncos luckily don’t have that blowout burden hanging over their heads. In […]

September 2014 by Sean Thompson

Ihenacho biggest surprise of cuts so far

Reports just came down that #Broncos waive SS Duke Ihenacho Ihenacho a 17-game starter last yr. Beat out by T.J. Ward/Quinton Carter this year. Ihenacho, often showed glimpses of being the next Steve Atwater. But he was also very inconsistent. Carter coming off last season’s injury definetly is a much more versatile player. Kevin Vickerson […]

August 2014 by Sean Thompson

Welker in Good Spirits | Roster Trimmed

Following Wes Welker’s third concussion since November 17, 2013, Denver Broncos Head Coach John Fox told reporters on Monday that Welker was in good spirits as he begins his recovery.  Due to protocol guidelines, Welker did not participate in the Broncos’ practice Monday and a timetable for his return hasn’t been set as he has not […]

August 2014 by Brandon Moffet

Camp so far

Without access to the practices like fans have had in the past. A couple of thoughts of that stuck me the last fews days through the media reports we’ve been getting . . . – We’ve seemed to have dodged a bullet with this Danny Trevathan injury. Not only is it not a season-ending ACL […]

August 2014 by Sean Thompson