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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.
Be sure to join Jeff Hartman of Behind the Steel Curtain with a special guest, Neal Coolong of The Steelers Wire, for another edition of the BTSC podcast "The Standard is the Standard". On the show there will be plenty of discussion surrounding the Cincinnati Bengals game in Week 14, as well as a preview of the team's Week 15 game against the Denver Broncos.
Check out the rundown for the show:
- Vontaze Burfict...the new Public Enemy No. 1?
- Overall thoughts on the Bengals game
- The state of the Steelers approaching the final 3 games
- Can the team win out and control their own destiny?
- TJ Ward runs his mouth
- Keys to victory vs. the Broncos
Be sure to be a part of the show by calling in and giving your opinion on anything related to the Pittsburgh Steelers. Simply call (347) 850-8581 any time to make your voice heard! If you just want to listen, be sure to find our BlogTalkRadio page to access the show's feed.
If you miss the live show, you can hear it in podcast form on our BlogTalkRadio page, BTSC as well as on iTunes by searching "The Standard is the Standard" in your iTunes search engine to access the entire feed and archives.
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.
To listen to Next Fan Up - BlogTalkRadio.com/NextFanUp
Join the BTSC crew for a special playoff edition of 'The Standard is the Standard' podcast talking about everything Pittsburgh Steelers. We will discuss a lot of topics, including the Cincinnati Bengals Wild Card game, and the upcoming game against the Denver Broncos. Take a look at the rundown for tonight's show:
- Recap the Bengals win
- The Burfict Storm
- Injuries abound for the black and gold
- Keys to victory vs. Denver
- Predictions for the game
- and MUCH MORE
Of course, we take your calls during the show, so listen live by visiting our BlogTalkRadio page, and call (347) 850-8581 anytime during the show to make your voice heard. The show begins at 9:00 p.m. EDT Wednesday night.
Tonight we will shift our focus from the Panthers to the Denver Broncos. Joining me tonight will be Kirk Michael Davis of Bronco Planet to give a Denver take on the Broncos 12-4 season in 2015. Topics of discussion will include Peyton Manning's legacy, Manning's shaky 2015 season, and a defense that was the best in the NFL this past season. Join us live at 5:30 p.m. ET.
You know what it is, Superbowl 50!
Cam Newton and his Carolina Panthers take on the legendary Peyton Manning and his Denver Broncos.
This is first of 2 shows in which we deal with and discuss the NFL's premier spectable, the Superbowl!
We will also look at head coaching changes and make some long overdue comments, you don't want to miss this one!
We begin our show with our Super Bowl 50 Review. Discussing how the Denver Broncos defeated Carolina Panthers 24-10 led by MVP Von Miller and the Broncos Def. Now where do we rank "The Sheriff" Peyton Manning 2-2 in Super Bowl history, his 200th career win and the only QB to win with 2 different teams. Can the MVP Cam Newton make it back to the big game? How did halftime and the commercials go? We will discuss the Hall of Fame class led by Brett Farve and discuss the NFL Honors winners. Next up in NBA news the New York Knicks fire Head Coach Derek Fisher and Kurt Rambis is the interim, but what should they do next? Warriors beat Thunder. We end with College Basketball Top 25 rankings and who might be the #1 seeds in the Big Dance. Join us 7 30PM ET Call us 718-664-9098 @RaeAndTayToday www.raeandtaytoday.com
WELCOME TO THE AWARD WINNING FASTEST GROWING SYNDICATED SHOW CALLED SPECULATION SPORTS NFL SHOW...THE ROAD TO SUPER BOWL 50 BABY...IS HERE..CAROLINA PANTHERS VS DENVER BRONCOS..OTHER SPORTS..MLB..SOCCER..WNBA..WHO CARES .OVER/UNDERS..POINT SPREADS..FAKE MONEY...ALL THE WAY 2..S.F. BABY...ALL THE GAMES...NO COMM OR MUSIC..TALK ABOUT LAST WEEKS GAMES..GAME CHECKS...SHOUTS OUTS 4 THE BEST PLAYS..WHAT TEAMS ARE QUITTING..OR WINNING..live on talkshoe...SPREAKER..YOUTUBE..HOW ARE MY DALLAS COWBOYS DOING..THEY BETTER MAKE IT 2 THE SUPER BOWL THIS YEAR..ALL.LET'S BREAKDOWN THE BIG GAMES OF THE WEEK...HELL YES..RUGBURN..HE WILL BE IN MY EAR..WHO WILL BE THE IMBEICLE OF THE SHOW..TODAY WE ARE LIVE FROM THE TREEHOUSE BABY..ENJOY THE SHOW...NHL TALK..LIVE FROM THE TREEHOUSE
On the Forum For the Fans - the stakeholders discuss Superbowl 50 matchup between the Carolina Panthers vs Denver Broncos. The Bleed Blue Show will break down the matchups on the field, the pros & cons for each team while predicting a winner. As the conclusion of the NFL season winds down to the Superbowl, hear from true and real fans of the sport discuss the games' preview on the Forum For the Fans. So who do you have in the biggest game of the season?
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With all the scrutiny placed on Peyton Manning this year, he could have the last laugh. Battling through injuries and inconsistent play, Manning will become the oldest quarterback to start a Super Bowl. He breaks the record that was set by his boss, John Elway, who was 38 years old when he started. Cam Newton's spectacular season will end in San Francisco. Newton has rallied the Carolina Panthers to represent the NFC, in Super Bowl 50.
The New England Patriots were playing in their fifth straight AFC Championship game. With a win, they would have been able to defend their Super Bowl title. Stephen Gostkowski is one of the most reliable kickers, but missed an extra point that forced the Patriots to go for two points. Tom Brady has his passed batted and intercepted in the end zone, ending their quest for Super Bowl 50. The Broncos pressured Brady all day, and made the pocket uncomfortable.
Cam Newton silenced anyone who didn't think he should be the MVP. He contributed two touchdown passes and rushed for two more. The Panthers had given up big leads in prior games, but not on Sunday. After a 17-0 first quarter lead, they continued to dominate the Arizona Cardinals. The Panthers intercepted Carson Palmer four times and returned one for a touchdown.