Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Brock Osweiler plays well, Broncos win, now does he keep the job?

Get ready for Osweiler-Brady Bowl I next week. Probably, anyway.

The +Denver Broncos can’t go back to Peyton Manning next week, can they? There’s the question if he’ll be healthy enough to play with a significant foot injury, but quarterback Brock Osweiler might have made that point obsolete.

Osweiler was very efficient, the Broncos’ run game came to life and Denver won at the Chicago Bears, 17-15. Osweiler had a 127.1 rating in the game, completing 20 of 27 passes for 250 yards, two touchdowns and no interceptions. Manning’s rating this season is 67.6.

Osweiler did things in the offense that Manning hasn’t been able to do. The bootleg pass was back, a staple of Broncos coach Gary Kubiak’s offense through the years. His rushing offense also relies on the threat of the quarterback keeping the ball on outside zone run plays, and that has been missing. With Osweiler’s mobility, the Broncos passed their season average for rushing yards in the third quarter. The Broncos, 29th in the NFL in rushing yardage and also with a lackluster 3.8 yards per carry coming in, had 170 rushing yards as a team on Sunday.

H/T - +Yahoo Sports: What a way to turn 25,begin the prime of your career, Mr. Osweiler.

Wednesday, November 18, 2015

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Week 11 Map. If you live in the red you will get the #Broncos in the early game… vs Bears https://goo.gl/2raaf6

Sunday, November 15, 2015

Wednesday, November 4, 2015

Packers eager to erase memory of loss in Denver - Yahoo Sports

GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) -- Sunday can't come soon enough for the Green Bay Packers even with an undefeated Carolina Panthers team awaiting them.

Looking to bounce back from their first loss of the season and their worst performance in ages, the Packers returned to practice Wednesday, seeking to put their 29-10 loss to the Denver Broncos behind them and focus on a pivotal game against a fellow NFC contender.

''We went out there and we just laid an egg. We didn't do hardly anything right,'' safety Micah Hyde said. ''Immediately after the game, (and even) during the game, you just have that feeling like, you want to go out there and start the game over again. But, it's the NFL. You're not going to win every game, so you've got to move on. And it is a good thing that we have a quality opponent this week that's undefeated. We can go in there and have a big opportunity to make a splash win.'

Sunday, November 1, 2015