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The Broncos have a recipe for success

The Broncos have a recipe for success

Photo by Ethan Miller/ It involves a big game from Phillip Lindsay, obviously. If there’s a theme in Broncos Country right now, it has to be, “FEED PHIL!” After the Denver Broncos pulled off the upset over the Miami Dolphins, they will have a much bigger test with the New Orleans Saints. It has become apparent that the Broncos have a recipe for success, and Phillip Lindsay is a huge part of that. It has been noted across all of Broncos Country that Lindsay is the Broncos offensive spark plug. As Ian St. Clair and I discussed on the MHR Radio Podcast,...
www.milehighreport.com Nov 24, 2020
Broncos have won six straight when Phillip Lindsay has 15 or more carries in a game

Broncos have won six straight when Phillip Lindsay has 15 or more carries in a game

Photo by Matthew Stockman/ The Denver Broncos are a better team when Phillip Lindsay carries the football, but they don’t seem to get him to that magical number 15 often. I saw a tweet come through on Monday from Ryan Koenigsberg of DNVR noting that the Denver Broncos have won six straight and are 10-4 overall when Phillip Lindsay carries the football 15 or more times in a game. The Broncos are 6-0 in the last six games in which Phillip Lindsay has had 15 or more carries.During his three-year career, Denver is 10-4 when Lindsay carries the ball 15 or more times.—...
www.milehighreport.com Nov 23, 2020
As Broncos’ ground game goes, so goes its win-loss record

As Broncos’ ground game goes, so goes its win-loss record

Photo by Matthew Stockman/ As Phillip Lindsay would say, it’ not that complicated. There’s a pretty interesting stat as Broncos’ wins go. When Phillip Lindsay gets more than 100 yards on the ground, Broncos win. Lindsay didn’t quite make 100 yards, and he wasn’t even the top rusher against Miami, but Denver still got the W Sunday and the theme remains accurate - if Broncos have a good day on the ground, the offense is having a good day on the scoreboard. “I’ve always said a quarterback’s two best friends are a running game and a good defense - and, for...
www.milehighreport.com Nov 23, 2020
Encouraging signs in Broncos win over Miami

Encouraging signs in Broncos win over Miami

Isaiah J. Downing-USA TODAY Sports Winning feels good, doesn’t it? Who among us wasn’t forecasting disaster early in the 1st quarter when Drew Lock threw that interception? For as ugly as the game began, it’s admirable that the Denver Broncos fought through those early struggles to ultimately beat the Miami Dolphins at home. What Broncos fans saw on Sunday was the synergy of sustained drives and a stifling defense. Offensively, the story of the game was the Broncos ability to run the ball. Melvin Gordon and Phillip Lindsay combined for 166-yards on the ground....
www.milehighreport.com Nov 22, 2020
11 winners, 1 loser, 1 both in the Broncos 20-13 win over the Dolphins

11 winners, 1 loser, 1 both in the Broncos 20-13 win over the Dolphins

Isaiah J. Downing-USA TODAY Sports It feels good to watch the Broncos win again. Enjoy it. If you’re confused about how you are feeling right now, that’s OK. The Denver Broncos won a game. They overcame some big errors, and Drew Lock came back from an early interception to settle in and lead the Broncos (4-6) to the 20-13 victory over the Miami Dolphins (6-4). The defense bottled up Tua Tagovailoa for most of the game. Even with some struggles in key positions, Denver was able to do just enough to get notch another W in its record. Winners Phillip Lindsay After the...
www.milehighreport.com Nov 22, 2020
Dolphins at Broncos third quarter recap

Dolphins at Broncos third quarter recap

Isaiah J. Downing-USA TODAY Sports The Denver Broncos will take a 20-10 lead over the Miami Dolphins into the fourth quarter. Can they pull off the upset? The Denver Broncos opened up the second half with back-to-back inside handoffs to Phillip Lindsay. The first went for five yards and the second for 18 to get Denver out close to midfield. Melvin Gordon then got into the mix with a three yard carry on first down. Drew Lock then fired a pass from the pocket to Noah Fant down to the Miami Dolphins 34-yard line. Another quick pass to Nick Vannett got a first down to the...
Predominantly Orange Nov 21, 2020

Denver Broncos: Melvin Gordon out-snapping Phillip Lindsay by large margin

The Denver Broncos are not using their running backs how they should be. Anybody who has watched the Denver Broncos this year should come away with the conclusion that the offense has been quite an inconsistent unit. Not only at the quarterback position, where they have struggled to a great extent, but the youth of […] Denver Broncos: Melvin Gordon out-snapping Phillip Lindsay by large margin - Predominantly Orange - Predominantly Orange - A Denver Broncos Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Predominantly Orange Nov 12, 2020

Denver Broncos: Subpar running game is stalling the offense

The Denver Broncos’ subpar running game is stalling the offense. After falling short against the Falcons on Sunday, the Broncos ended the day with Drew Lock as their leading rusher. Yes, quarterback Drew Lock led the team in rushing yards in an offense with the talents of both Phillip Lindsay and Melvin Gordon. It is […] Denver Broncos: Subpar running game is stalling the offense - Predominantly Orange - Predominantly Orange - A Denver Broncos Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
www.milehighreport.com Nov 12, 2020
Chew the clock or go up-tempo? Broncos’ offense still figuring out strategy

Chew the clock or go up-tempo? Broncos’ offense still figuring out strategy

Photo by Justin Edmonds/ But they need to do it in a hurry as the Broncos go up against their most hated rival this weekend. Phillip Lindsay gets it. He’s a native son, after all. He understands rivalries. And as much as the Raiders haven’t been a formidable opponent the last decade, they are still Denver’s most-hated rival. And that means something. “Yeah, definitely. The Raiders have been a rival since I’ve been born,” admitted Lindsay, who was born in Colorado, played high school and college football in Colorado and then signed as an undrafted free agent with Denver....
The Denver Post Nov 11, 2020
Kiszla: Wanna spark the slow-starting Broncos’ offense? Give Phillip Lindsay the dang rock!

Kiszla: Wanna spark the slow-starting Broncos’ offense? Give Phillip Lindsay the dang rock!

The Broncos leave their Energizer Bunny on the sideline too often. "You can’t sit here and cry over it," Lindsay said. "You’ve just got to take advantage of the reps you’re getting."
Broncos at Falcons third quarter recap

Broncos at Falcons third quarter recap

Photo by Kevin C. Cox/ The Atlanta Falcons extend their lead to 27-6 through three quarters over the Denver Broncos. The Denver Broncos received the ball first to start the second half to try and pick up the pieces of what was a disaster of a first half. Tyrie Cleveland returned the ball out to the 23 yard line. Drew Lock found Jerry Jeudy on the first play for an 11 yard gain despite fumbling the ball out of bounds. After a short three yard gain by Phillip Lindsay, Lock went back to Jeudy and overthrew him. The Broncos got their first penalty break as the Atlanta Falcons were called...
ClutchPoints Nov 8, 2020
James Robinson breaks Broncos RB Phillip Lindsay’s undrafted rookie record

James Robinson breaks Broncos RB Phillip Lindsay’s undrafted rookie record

Jacksonville Jaguars running back James Robinson will have a reasonable feat to celebrate following the Jaguars’ Week 9 matchup against the Houston Texans. Following some successful snaps on Sunday, Robinson was able to surpass Philip Lindsay for the most scrimmage yards for an undrafted rookie through nine weeks in NFL history, per Florida Times’ John […] The post James Robinson breaks Broncos RB Phillip Lindsay’s undrafted rookie record appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Broncos at Falcons inactives: Denver without both starting cornerbacks

Broncos at Falcons inactives: Denver without both starting cornerbacks

Isaiah J. Downing-USA TODAY Sports The Denver Broncos will be without both of their starting cornerbacks, but the Atlanta Falcons will be down one of their star wide receivers. The Denver Broncos received a big boost on the offensive side of the ball with running back Phillip Lindsay and wide receiver Tim Patrick both active for this game. However, the defensive side of the ball takes a massive hit as both starting cornerbacks will be inactive. A.J. Bouye is in the concussion protocol and Bryce Callahan has an ankle issue that will sideline him this week. With the Atlanta Falcons...
Predominantly Orange Nov 8, 2020

Gameplan: How the Denver Broncos can beat the Atlanta Falcons

What gameplan should the Denver Broncos use to beat the Atlanta Falcons? The gameplan for Denver Broncos last week saw the team come alive late against the Los Angeles Chargers and attack the middle of the field with the passing game after Phillip Lindsay sparked the offense on the ground. Additionally, the defense forced multiple turnovers in […] Gameplan: How the Denver Broncos can beat the Atlanta Falcons - Predominantly Orange - Predominantly Orange - A Denver Broncos Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
The Denver Post Nov 8, 2020
How Tim Patrick went from Broncos unknown to Drew Lock’s No. 1 target

How Tim Patrick went from Broncos unknown to Drew Lock’s No. 1 target

If it weren’t for The Legend of Phillip Lindsay, Tim Patrick would be the mother of all Broncos rags-to-riches-feel-good tales, the ultimate undrafted lottery ticket who gutted and clawed his way to the NFL elite.

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