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Two words: Peyton Manning. Two more words: HELP HIM! Last year, the Denver Broncos were in the top 5 in the NFL in shotgun formation plays. If you ask Rocket, something needs to be done about that. For starters, this team perhaps...maybe...can actually, you know, run the football. That would be a big bonus to an aging quarterback. Two years ago, this team was in the Super Bowl. A Year later, they were one & done in the postseason. Out is John Fox & in is Gary Kubiak, a former Broncos assistant now head coach. He has a good offense to work from. This offense will still be good...well, the passing game anyway. The running backs have to stay healthy & effective for this team to win another Super Bowl. For Manning, I'm certain one ring isn't enough. I also know that being eliminated in the playoffs last yeat by his former team has to be mind-numbing as well. Many coaching chages took place this offseason with just this team alone. I'm anxious to see what this offensive line will look like. They traded Manny Ramirez to Detroit during the draft & now Ryan Clady is out for the year with a torn ACL. Will Peyton Manning have good enough protection? & how much does he have left to give? Tune in Tuesday morning June 2nd @ 9:30am in another installment of The Rocket Sports Breakdown in Rocket's 32 For 32 team coverage. Rocket Nation, hop on a horse & get ready for a power trip.
Host Wanda Wiedman discusses the nail-biting ending to the most-watched Thursday Night Football game in NFL history between the Denver Broncos and the Kansas City Chiefs.
Bronco's quarterback Peyton Manning was the topic of media doubt as to his ability to play like he did prior to his neck injury. He did not play his best in the first quarter as the Chiefs were keeping the game close with the ground game. Questions swirl as to whether head coach Gary Kubiak should release himself from calling plays and just allow Manning to do what he does best.
Broncos defense were the obvious winners of the game as they came up with the forced fumbles to put the Broncos in a winning position, stealing the game with a 31-24 win.
Considered the favorite to win the AFC West, the Denver Broncos are in a strange situation - they have arguably the best quarterback in the history of the NFL. The problem is that this might be his final season ever. The Broncos have gone all-in with a new coach and some great weapons to bring a Superbowl back to Denver. Will it be enough?
Broncos Superfan Mike from Next Fan Up thinks it could be. Find out why in this two-a-day.
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The hype turned out to be better than the game. This was only the fourth time, in NFL history, that teams with 6-0 or better records faced off. Both the Green Bay Packers and Denver Broncos entered the game 6-0. The Broncos dominated the Packers enroute to a 29-10 victory. The Packers had cut the lead to 7 after a Mason Crosby field goal, but that was as close as they were going to get. Denver dominated the trenches on both sides of the ball. This resulted in outgaining the Packers 500-140 in total yards. C.J. Anderson rushed for 101 yards, and Peyton Manning passed for 340 yards. Demarius Thomas was the primary target hauling in eight passes for 168 yards. The dominating Bronco defense even provided some points recording a safety.
Today Leora Ruzing joins our host, Dayna O'Gorman, to talk about the Denver Broncos. How do fans feel about new Head Coach Gary Kubiak, the off season moves (or lack there of), and who will replace quarterback Peyton Manning when he retires? All that and more!
Dennis Smith was one of the most feared and hardest hitting safeties in the NFL from 1981-1993, he was a 6 time pro bowler and helped guide the Denver broncos to 3 Super Bowl's during his career. Totaled 1,171 career tackles including 30 ints and 15 sacks, Dennis was also a standout at the University of Southern California during the late 70s and early 80s, including the National Championship team of 1980 beating the Ohio state Buckeyes in the Rose Bowl 20-16.
Join the show that started on Blogtalk radio 8 years ago as they make their return for the current NFL season and return with current Denver Bronco Kayvon Webster. Join Gerald Brown, Howie C, legendary hip hop artist Malik Phife Dawg and new member Eddie Murphy ( No not that Eddie Murphy)
The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview Denver Bronco Shaquil Barrett.
Shaquil Barrett is an American football outside linebacker for the Denver Broncos of the National Football League. He was signed by the Broncos as an undrafted free agent in 2014. He played college football at Colorado State.
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This breif show it to talk about how businesses in the Denver area can benfit from SEO services. This will help them grow thier business. We have Jason from 28 Circles a Denver SEO Company to talk with us today.
Since this is our first show, things might be a little rough, but we appliagze in advance.
NFL fans (especially Denver Broncos fans) are in for a treat this Friday as "SPORTS KRUNCH with DKROM" is thrilled to welcome a very special guest, Denver Post Broncos insider Troy Renck! Join Troy and I at 5:30 PM ET (3:30 PM MT) as we talk about the Broncos, the good and the bad of their 2014 campaign so far, their challenging schedule, and week 4 of NFL action. Troy is one of the best sports reporters in the business (covered the Rockies for the Denver Post since 2002 before changing beats earlier this year) and this is a special episode you won't want to miss!!
The Chicago Bears look to upset the Denver Broncos at Soldier Field on Sunday to reach 5-5 and stay relevant in the playoff picture. What will Brock Osweiler do in place of the injured Peyton Manning? Can the Bears crack Denver's tough defense? The Bulls will try to hand the Golden State Warriors their first loss of the season tonight, and will have to do it without Derrick Rose. Is it too early to start comparing this Warriors team to the 72-10 Bulls that won the franchise's 4th championship? Plus my Fantasy Football picks for Week 11!
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