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Denver Post Sep 25, 2017
Fed up? Some Broncos fans angrily abandon team over NFL protests

Fed up? Some Broncos fans angrily abandon team over NFL protests

The Denver Broncos' famously loyal fan base showed signs of splintering along political lines Monday as fans stampeded social media and the Broncos' phone lines to register disgust with 32 players' decision to take a knee before Sunday's game against the Buffalo Bills.
Broncos Wire Sep 25, 2017
Falling back to earth: Trevor Siemian struggles in Broncos loss

Falling back to earth: Trevor Siemian struggles in Broncos loss

Trevor Siemian was a shooting star to at the start of 2017. Through two games, the Denver Broncos quarterback led the league with six touchdown passes. But, Siemian’s fallen back to earth after a troublesome two-interception performance and loss to the Buffalo Bills on Sunday. On the day, Siemian was 24-40 (60 percent) for 259 yards and those two interceptions. He was also sacked three times and given an overall grade of 44.4 by Pro Football Focus, who said the Broncos QB went a mere 2-8 with an interception while he was pressured. It wasn’t just that Siemian threw interceptions, but the...
Broncos Wire Sep 25, 2017
Broncos fan burns Von Miller's jersey after national anthem protest

Broncos fan burns Von Miller's jersey after national anthem protest

After President Donald Trump called NFL players SOBs that should be fired for protesting last week, more than half of the Broncos knelt during the national anthem before playing the Bills on Sunday. Superstar linebacker Von Miller was among the Denver players that knelt and he’s faced some backlash for his decision. A car dealership has asked television stations in Colorado to stop airing their commercial featuring Miller and other fans have destroyed the player’s jersey. One fan who says he is a Broncos season ticket holder posted this video on Twitter showing Miller’s jersey being...
FOX Sports Sep 25, 2017
Von Miller's jocularity gets the best of him, Broncos

Von Miller's jocularity gets the best of him, Broncos

Von Miller pulled the old "too slow" trick on his buddy Tyrod Taylor, yanking back just as the Buffalo Bills' prone quarterback was reaching up to grab the star linebacker's helping hand.
Broncos Wire Sep 25, 2017
Car dealership asks TV stations to stop airing their Von Miller ad

Car dealership asks TV stations to stop airing their Von Miller ad

Car dealership Phil Long asked TV stations KUSA-TV and KOAA-TV to stop airing their commercial featuring Broncos linebacker Von Miller, according to Allison Sylte of KUSA-TV. Miller was among a host of Denver players that knelt during the national anthem before playing the Bills in response to President Donald Trump’s comments about players protesting in the NFL. Phil Long released the following statement Monday: “We are evaluating the events of the weekend,” the company said, according to the Denver Post’s Nicki Jhabvala. “It is important to state that we haven’t fired Von. We...
Buffalo Rumblings Sep 25, 2017
Buffalo Bills players, coaches respond to national anthem protests

Buffalo Bills players, coaches respond to national anthem protests

They share their thoughts. The Buffalo Bills locked arms, knelt, and did other things before Sunday’s game against the Denver Broncos in response to President Donald Trump’s Friday comments arguing that NFL owners should fire players who protest the national anthem. The Bills held an optional meeting Saturday night for players to share their concerns with team officials. After the game, players and head coach Sean McDermott were asked about the protest. Here are their responses. Head coach Sean McDermott Q: What was the nature of your team meeting last night? What led to the...
Buffalo Rumblings Sep 25, 2017
No new injuries for Buffalo Bills after Sunday’s win over Denver Broncos

No new injuries for Buffalo Bills after Sunday’s win over Denver Broncos

A win AND no injuries! Buffalo Bills head coach Sean McDermott addressed the media today after their big win against the Denver Broncos yesterday. McDermott was happy to announce that no new injuries were added to the list at this time. The likes of Marcell Dareus, Cordy Glenn, and Jerel Worthy are still on the list and all 3 missed the game on Sunday. Dareus has been dealing with an ankle injury since the Panthers game. Practice will gauge how likely it is that he plays in Atlanta next week. Glenn was also knocked out of the game in Carolina. This is a new injury than the one he dealt with...
Predominantly Orange Sep 25, 2017

Jamaal Charles shows off vintage form on touchdown run

The Denver Broncos may have lost to the Buffalo Bills in week three, but this run by Jamaal Charles is a great sign for the future… The Kansas City Chiefs are 3-0 and loving life right now, but I can’t imagine their fan base loves seeing Jamaal Charles return to form with the Denver Broncos. […] Jamaal Charles shows off vintage form on touchdown run - Predominantly Orange - Predominantly Orange - A Denver Broncos Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Buffalo Rumblings Sep 25, 2017
Buffalo Bills snap count notes from Week 3 win over Denver Broncos

Buffalo Bills snap count notes from Week 3 win over Denver Broncos

Are the Bills looking to spread the offense out a bit more? The Buffalo Bills came away with a 26-16 win at home over the Denver Broncos on Sunday. There were a couple of interesting notes that came out of it, especially when it came to wide receiver usage. Offense (65 total plays) QB Tyrod Taylor - 65RB LeSean McCoy - 43RB Mike Tolbert - 21WR Zay Jones - 55WR Jordan Matthews - 50WR Andre Holmes - 22WR Kaelin Clay - 15WR Brandon Tate - 5TE Charles Clay - 52TE Nick O’Leary - 34TE Logan Thomas - 11T Jordan Mills - 65T Dion Dawkins - 65G John Miller - 65G Richie Incognito - 65G Ryan Groy -...
Buffalo Rumblings Sep 25, 2017
Buffalo Bills legend Jim Kelly responds to national anthem protests

Buffalo Bills legend Jim Kelly responds to national anthem protests

Buffalo’s Hall of Fame QB expressed concerns over protests. President Donald Trump’s remarks Friday night at a political rally telling NFL fans to boycott games and team owners to fire players who fail to stand for the national anthem has drawn passionate responses around the country from both sides of the issue. Buffalo Bills co-owners Terry and Kim Pegula hosted a team meeting Saturday night, then released a statement of solidarity following the meeting. Before Sunday’s slate of games, including Buffalo’s inspired 26-16 win over the previously undefeated Denver Broncos at New Era...
Broncos Wire Sep 25, 2017
Broncos' Garett Bolles stood up for his country, not for inequality

Broncos' Garett Bolles stood up for his country, not for inequality

After President Donald Trump called NFL players SOBs for protesting and suggested that those players should be fired, hundreds of NFL players responded on Sunday by protesting during the national anthem. A total of 32 Broncos players took a knee before facing the Bills on Sunday, but rookie left tackle Garett Bolles was not among them. After the game, Bolles explained his decision. “I love this country. I love the men and women that fight for this country,” Bolles told the Denver Post’s Nicki Jhabvala. “But I don’t stand up for inequality. I don’t support that at all.” Bolles...
Mile High Report Sep 25, 2017
Von Miller calls his penalty a ‘crucial mistake’

Von Miller calls his penalty a ‘crucial mistake’

But Broncos Country pretty much agrees it was a terrible call. Von Miller’s game against the Bills Sunday looked pretty good statistically. One sack for a 7-yard loss plus six tackles, one hit on the QB, six total pressures and two run stops. But also - one very costly penalty. lol at everything here pic.twitter.com/5SjJ38kbTz— Mike Renner (@PFF_Mike) September 24, 2017 With just under eight minutes to go in the game and Denver down by a touchdown, Von Miller got to Tyrod Taylor just milliseconds after he let go of the ball, knocking him to the ground. In a third-grade prank,...
Broncos Wire Sep 25, 2017
Winners and losers from Broncos' 26-16 loss to Bills

Winners and losers from Broncos' 26-16 loss to Bills

The Denver Broncos have tasted defeat for the first time this season, losing 26-16 to the Buffalo Bills on Sunday. The Broncos outgained the Bills by almost 100 total yards but late penalties and turnovers robbed them of a chance to go to 3-0. But give credit to the Bills as they made plays down the stretch. Looking back at the game, we’ve chosen some winners and losers for the Broncos. Winner: Demaryius Thomas All too often Demaryius Thomas disappears from games and fails to make big catches in crucial moments. He made several tough catches on Sunday and helped his team with 98 yards...
Mile High Report Sep 25, 2017
Broncos got away from the run and it cost them

Broncos got away from the run and it cost them

The Denver Broncos gave up on a run game averaging nearly 5 yards per carry and the Buffalo Bills feasted on that decision. In the first two games of the season, the Denver Broncos ran the ball more than they passed the ball: 36-28 and 39-32. It’s no coincidence they won both games. Against the Buffalo Bills, they got away from the run despite averaging 4.8 yards per carry. Neither Jamaal Charles, nor C.J. Anderson had more than 10 carries. Meanwhile Trevor Siemian chucked the ball 40-times. Putting the game into the hands of a young quarterback is a risky proposition under any...
Mile High Report Sep 25, 2017
Plenty of blame to go around in the Denver Broncos loss at the Bills

Plenty of blame to go around in the Denver Broncos loss at the Bills

The Broncos looked bad in all phases of the game. The loss was a team effort. The outcome of the Broncos and Bills game was a bit of a return to earth moment for Denver fans. Broncos Country had been flying high off of Trevor Siemian's performance in the first two weeks of the young season. After the turd burger served up by the offense in Buffalo, it may be time to temper the excitement just a bit. Present company totally included in this, I predicted 3 offensive touchdowns and 2 pick sixes in the first away game of 2017. Let's face it, that was clearly the “drunk on winning”...
Buffalo Rumblings Sep 25, 2017
Bills Links, 9/25: Buffalo unites in victory over Denver Broncos

Bills Links, 9/25: Buffalo unites in victory over Denver Broncos

Tyrod Taylor leads the Bills in win over Denver. The Buffalo Bills delivered an exciting victory over the Denver Broncos with both the offense and defense having high points on Sunday afternoon. Following last week’s loss to the Carolina Panthers, few gave the Bills a chance to defeat the Broncos. But Tyrod Taylor bounced back with a good performance, and the Bills new-look secondary was fantastic in the second half. It was an emotionally charged atmosphere at New Era Field, as the Bills united as a team during the national anthem. The demonstration by the team is highlighted below in the...
Buffalo Rumblings Sep 25, 2017
Buffalo Bills game balls: cornerbacks excel against Denver Broncos

Buffalo Bills game balls: cornerbacks excel against Denver Broncos

Tyrod Taylor, E.J. Gaines, and Steven Hauschka dominated this game The Buffalo Bills pulled off a tough win against a good Denver Broncos team. The defense has continued their impressive play and the offense found a bit of a stride through the air. E.J. Gaines and Tyrod Taylor stood out on both sides of the ball. Steven Hauschka made noise with his leg and was responsible for 14 of the Bills’ 26 points. Defense - CB E.J. Gaines Gaines had himself a day against the Denver offense. He had two crucial pass break-ups, one in the end zone and one on fourth down to seal the victory for the...
Mile High Report Sep 24, 2017
Thirty-two Broncos choose to kneel during national anthem

Thirty-two Broncos choose to kneel during national anthem

In protest, or just in support of teammates, a majority of the team took a knee before game against the Bills. On an NFL weekend with a lot of wild finishes - including a Broncos game with an unexpected loss - possibly the biggest story across the league was what players were doing before the game. Would they kneel or stand? And the answer at the Broncos-Bills game was both. In total, 32 Broncos chose to kneel - including Brandon Marshall, Jamaal Charles and team captains Demaryius Thomas and Von Miller. Two players - Virgil Green and Shaquil Barrett - stood with a fist raised. Chris Harris...
FOX Sports Sep 24, 2017
Bills' retooled secondary shines in 26-16 win over Broncos

Bills' retooled secondary shines in 26-16 win over Broncos

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) Whatever concerns there were about the Buffalo Bills completely retooled secondary have yet to materialize on the field.

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