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With Kicker, Broncos Pick Accuracy Over Strength

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) - The Denver Broncos might be sacrificing some kick return yards in exchange for more accuracy between the uprights.

“We’re about to find out,” coach John Fox said Wednesday, 24 hours after the Broncos replaced first-year pro Brandon McManus with five-year pro Connor Barth. 796 more words


What Isn’t Rex Ryan Doing Right? What Does John Fox Actually Do?

Could the Jets afford to give Rex Ryan a chance with a good GM? Would it be smart?

— Chris

This a great question, and one that is tortuous for me to answer. 1,981 more words

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Broncos Lead NFL In Penalties, Points To Coaching

By Rich Kurtzman

The Denver Broncos have become the Oakland Raiders.

It sounds terrible to any Broncos fan, sure, but let’s be honest here. In a statistical category the Raiders have owned for years and years, Denver has now taken over. 669 more words


No Surprise As Broncos Waive Kicker Brandon McManus, Sign Connor Barth

DENVER (CBS4) – The Denver Broncos have waived kicker Brandon McManus and signed veteran Connor Barth, CBS4 confirmed on Tuesday.

The move didn’t come as a surprise after McManus missed a 33-yard field goal attempt against the Miami Dolphins on Sunday while the Broncos were attempting to come from behind. 218 more words


Broncos, Dolphins Look Like Mirror Images

DENVER (AP) – Their pass rush is tremendous, their pass protection horrendous.

Thanks to dominating defenses, both the Denver Broncos and Miami Dolphins are in the thick of the AFC playoff race in spite of shuffled offensive lines that are still working out the kinks. 846 more words


Dolphins Need To Put Pressure On Manning To Beat Broncos

MIAMI (AP) – The Denver Broncos’ situation isn’t dire, but it is mostly unfamiliar to them since the arrival of Peyton Manning.

Following their second defeat in three weeks, they return home to face the Miami Dolphins on Sunday. 899 more words


Broncos Lack a Championship Mindset by Jesse Schaffer

Sunday’s game against the Rams was a lot like your classic schoolyard fight, featuring the quiet pipsqueak vs the bully who beats up every kid who crosses him. 1,449 more words