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Musket Fire Nov 13, 2017

New England Patriots right to remove Mike Gillislee from running back rotation

New England Patriots running back Mike Gillislee was a healthy scratch against the Denver Broncos and it was the right move for the Patriots to make. The New England Patriots picked up a convincing victory over the Denver Broncos at Sports Authority Field at Mile High. The piled onto the problems for the reeling Broncos, […] New England Patriots right to remove Mike Gillislee from running back rotation - Musket Fire - Musket Fire - A New England Patriots Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Broncos Wire Nov 13, 2017
Watch Brock Osweiler nail man on sideline with a throwaway pass

Watch Brock Osweiler nail man on sideline with a throwaway pass

During the Broncos’ loss to the Patriots on Sunday evening, quarterback Brock Osweiler threw a pass away in the second quarter … and nailed a guy standing on the sideline. Brock Osweiler just drilled some poor guy in the head pic.twitter.com/jXte8EX7NQ — CJ Fogler (@cjzero) November 13, 2017 Ouch! Hopefully the guy will be okay and hopefully the Broncos will be able to snap their five-game losing streak next week. Sign up Like this article? Sign up for the Broncos Wire email newsletter to get our top stories in your inbox every...
Broncos Wire Nov 13, 2017
3 Broncos stood out in an embarrassing loss to Patriots

3 Broncos stood out in an embarrassing loss to Patriots

The Denver Broncos were simply out-coached in every facet of the game Sunday night, and the most glaring example was on special teams. It’s why we’re calling for the team to fire special teams coordinator Brock Olivo. But, to the positives of the loss, in which there are few. Let’s take a look at which players performed well individually despite their team’s loss. The following grades and stats were provided courtesy of Pro Football Focus: 1. Emmanuel Sanders, 89.4 overall grade Sanders came to play from the first whistle and he was electrifying throughout the contest as Brock...
Musket Fire Nov 13, 2017

New England Patriots: Protection for Tom Brady was key in win over Denver

The New England Patriots were able to earn a victory against the Denver Broncos on Sunday Night Football. In the win, the offensive line played very well. On Sunday Night Football, the New England Patriots were able to make quite the statement with a blowout win over the Denver Broncos. While the Broncos have not […] New England Patriots: Protection for Tom Brady was key in win over Denver - Musket Fire - Musket Fire - A New England Patriots Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Broncos Wire Nov 13, 2017
For Broncos, it's time to relieve-O Brock Olivo

For Broncos, it's time to relieve-O Brock Olivo

There’s only room for one Brock in town. And if there was a shootout scheduled for high noon, Brock Olivo would still be looking for his six-gun at 12:01 as his opponent draws. On Sunday night, in front of the nation, the Denver Broncos played solid football in two facets of the game, but the third killed the team over and over again. After the defense stepped up to stop Tom Brady and the New England Patriots on the opponent’s first drive, Isaiah McKenzie muffed the punt, just as he’s done four previous times this season. Brady immediately looked rejuvenated and then pushed his team to...
Mile High Report Nov 13, 2017
The Broncos are putting fans through the 5 stages of grief

The Broncos are putting fans through the 5 stages of grief

The Broncos loss to the Patriots was like experiencing the stages of grief, including acceptance. The MHR Radio Podcast is now on iTunes, Google Play and Stitcher. Please subscribe to the one that fits your fancy, and also rate and review what you hear. Of the five stages of grief, denial was the one you felt before the game. I felt it, too. Even though I predicted a Denver Broncos loss, I still felt like there was a chance. It was possible for the Broncos to regroup, and snag an upset win. Getting back on track was just a Tom Brady sack away. The #Broncos looked awful against the...
Broncos Wire Nov 13, 2017
Winners and losers from Broncos loss to Patriots

Winners and losers from Broncos loss to Patriots

Fans of the Denver Broncos haven’t had to deal with a slide like this in a long, long time. The team dropped its fifth game in a row Sunday night, losing to the New England Patriots 41-16. The Broncos actually played better than they did in each of the previous four losses, but Tom Brady and the Patriots were just too much. Again, the defense failed the Broncos and with their record sitting at 3-6, hopes have completely faded on this season. Onto the winners and losers from Sunday night’s action. Loser: Brock Olivo The Broncos’ coaching flaws are becoming more evident by the week but...
Broncos Wire Nov 13, 2017
Not-so-special teams: Broncos lose 41-16 to Patriots

Not-so-special teams: Broncos lose 41-16 to Patriots

Almost the entire difference in the Denver Broncos’ 41-16 loss to the New England Patriots was the not-so-special teams errors which resulted in 24 points for the Patriots. On the Broncos’ first possession of the game, receiver Isaiah McKenzie muffed a punt return. That led to a 14-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Tom Brady to running back Rex Burkhead to give New England a 7-0 lead. Then, with 8:32 in the first quarter, running back Dion Lewis had a 103-yard kickoff return to extend the lead to 14-3. 103 YARDS TO THE HOUSE!@DionLewisRB is GONE. #GoPats #NEvsDEN...
Broncos Wire Nov 12, 2017
4 takeaways from Broncos' 41-16 loss to Patriots

4 takeaways from Broncos' 41-16 loss to Patriots

Denver is neck deep in the pit of misery. Even though the Broncos have been playing some truly foul football over the past month, there was a small glimmer of hope that they could manage to find their stride against a Patriots team that has historically struggled in Denver. Sadly enough, however, it was the same thing, different day. Denver continued to show their incompetence in nearly identical fashion as the past few weeks. Before Tom Brady had even taken his sixth snap, the Broncos were down 11 and looking more lackluster than ever. The season was looking grim before, but with their...
Mile High Report Nov 12, 2017
Instant reactions: It’s time for the Broncos to clean house at Dove Valley

Instant reactions: It’s time for the Broncos to clean house at Dove Valley

Another week, another disastrous performance by the Denver Broncos who were blown out at home by the New England Patriots — proving once again that they are their own worst enemy. In order to fix this mess, a systemic house cleaning at Dove Valley must happen. Through nine games this season, the best thing you can say about special teams coordinator Brock Olivio is that he can give a great interview for reporters. As far as coaching goes, there isn’t anything good to say and it’s crystal clear the first year coach way is way in over his head and deserves to be fired. And he likely...
Mile High Report Nov 12, 2017
Patriots put an end to the hopes of the 2017 Broncos with 41-16 blowout

Patriots put an end to the hopes of the 2017 Broncos with 41-16 blowout

It is time to embrace the tank as the Denver Broncos descend into disarray and dysfunction. The Denver Broncos special teams unit had one of the worst games in team history against Tom Brady and the New England Patriots. The outcome became a predictable 41-16 blowout loss. Vance Joseph has found himself another scapegoat in Brock Olivo, but the whole country witnessed how poorly coached this football team is. Where does John Elway go from here? Broncos are not a well coached team. Elway ha proven to be less than patient and not one to blame himself. Make of that what you will— Jason La...
Mile High Report Nov 12, 2017
Broncos-Patriots third quarter update: Denver finds some offense; loses its defense

Broncos-Patriots third quarter update: Denver finds some offense; loses its defense

The Denver Broncos are a poorly coached football team and its starting to show in the worst possible ways. The Denver Broncos received the ball first to start the second half and they had any hope for winning this game it would have to come from this opening drive. On third and ten, Brock Osweiler was hit as he threw and Demaryius Thomas caught the fluttering pass for a first down. C.J. Anderson took the first down handoff for six yards, then Jamaal Charles bounced it outside for three. On third and one, Andy Janovich got involved and pounded the ball inside for three yards and first...
Mile High Report Nov 12, 2017
Broncos-Patriots second quarter update: Season slips away from Denver

Broncos-Patriots second quarter update: Season slips away from Denver

The Denver Broncos special teams unit was not done giving the New England Patriots points and that’s the ball game. The New England Patriots were looking to add another touchdown to their score on a long drive. Todd Davis opened things up with a pass interference call in the end zone to setup a first and goal at the one. The Denver Broncos special teams spotted the first two touchdowns, but the defense was not about to give one up on that drive. After stuffing the run on first down and breaking up the pass on second down, Tom Brady was brought down by a blitz from Justin Simmons for the...
Mile High Report Nov 12, 2017
Broncos-Patriots first quarter update: Special Teams unit is embracing the tank

Broncos-Patriots first quarter update: Special Teams unit is embracing the tank

The Denver Broncos are finding new and interesting ways to beat themselves against the New England Patriots. The Denver Broncos finally did the right thing with a winning coin toss. They deferred to the New England Patriots to give the electric crowd a chance to spur the defense to an early stop against Tom Brady. #Broncos Osweiler in pregame #Denver7 pic.twitter.com/7mUML8ifM1— Troy Renck (@TroyRenck) November 13, 2017 After two short runs, the Patriots were faced with a third and six on their opening series. Brady would go towards Brandin Cooks only to have it nearly picked by...
Pride Of Detroit Nov 12, 2017
Sunday Night Football open thread: Patriots at Broncos

Sunday Night Football open thread: Patriots at Broncos

Come watch “Sunday Night Football” with us! Sunday afternoon football has drawn to a close and our beloved Detroit Lions end the day above .500 for the first time since Week 5. They still remain a couple games outside of the division lead, but they took care of business of the Cleveland Browns and gave themselves a chance to live another week in the playoff race. But let’s not get ahead of ourselves here. We’re still in the afterglow of a win, even if it was a shaking one against the winless Browns. Grab a beer (if you’re of age), throw on the “Africa” on vinyl (if you got...
Battle Red Blog Nov 12, 2017
Sunday Night Football Open Thread - Patriots at Broncos

Sunday Night Football Open Thread - Patriots at Broncos

Oooooooooooooooooooooooh Sunday Niiiiiiiiiiiiight...Oooooooooooooooooohhhhh wait, it’s what’s-his-neck! Ooooooooooooooooooh this is gonna be fun. There hasn’t been a lot of joy this football season. A lot of the league’s biggest stars have gotten serious injuries, there’s a lot of unease in the football world, and the brightest spot of the Texans season was lost for the year midway through the season. It sucks. But in these dark times, maybe that which sucks could be what saves us. In these dark times, a zero will rise. That time is now. Gather one, gather all, Texans fans,...
Mile High Report Nov 12, 2017
Patriots at Broncos - Live Blog

Patriots at Broncos - Live Blog

The Denver Broncos are putting their season on the line as they take on the New England Patriots on Sunday Night Football. The 2017 season for the Denver Broncos will hang in the balance over the course of this critical Sunday Night Football matchup with the New England Patriots. The biggest need for the Broncos in this game isn’t so much containing Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski as much as it is for the offense to get off to a fast start against a rather poor Patriots defense. Gronk will likely get his, but if the Broncos defense can limit the damage and come up big in the red zone -...
Broncos Wire Nov 12, 2017
Denver Broncos inactives for Week 10

Denver Broncos inactives for Week 10

The Denver Broncos have released the list of their players who will be inactive for the Sunday-night matchup against the New England Patriots. Here are the Broncos who will not be participating: OT Donald Stephenson: Stephenson was close to a game-time decision with his injury. Denver’s depth is sketchy at best with Menelik Watson going on injured reserve this week. Though Broncos fans don’t exactly love the right tackle, they could definitely use him against the Patriots. QB Paxton Lynch: This should be one of the last weeks which Lynch is inactive. If Denver’s season continues on...
Mile High Report Nov 12, 2017
Denver Broncos and New England Patriots inactives: Stephenson and Taylor inactive

Denver Broncos and New England Patriots inactives: Stephenson and Taylor inactive

Here are your inactives for tonight’s Sunday Night game. Here are the inactives for the Denver Broncos and the New England Patriots for their Sunday Night Football game at Sports Authority Field at Mile High. our inactives for #NEvsDEN. » https://t.co/JCiBD4NiLO pic.twitter.com/voZDYisUJ6— Denver Broncos (@Broncos) November 13, 2017 Quarterback Paxton Lynch will be inactive once again this week as he continues to be not “mentally or physically ready” according to Head Coach Vance Joseph. Trevor Siemian will continue to be Brock Osweiler’s backup for tonight’s game...

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