9:25 PM EST, Wed February 10, 2016
Broncos Gab 2 hours ago

Could Peyton Manning Right Away Fill the Role of NFL GM if He Retires?

If Super Bowl 50 was in fact Peyton Manning’s “last rodeo”, count former Indianapolis Colts general manager and current NFL analyst Bill Polian among those who believe he could “immediately” fill the role of general manager in the NFL according to Marc Sessler of NFL.com. “I believe he could very quickly fill the role that […]
Bolts From The Blue 7 hours ago

Who should the Chargers target to replace Eric Weddle?

The San Diego Chargers are going to lose free agent FS Eric Weddle to another team. Now it's time to pick his replacement. If you watched my Periscope yesterday morning while I sat in traffic on the 805, you'd know that I'm pretty terrified with what the San Diego Charger are going to do with their two safety positions this offseason. Jahleel Addae has experience, is well-liked, and will probably be cheap as a restricted free agent. Expect him to be back and starting at Strong Safety again. Eric Weddle is probably the best player on the Chargers defense, but has very little interest in...
Bolts From The Blue 8 hours ago

San Diego Chargers Daily Links: February 10, 2016

Your daily dose of San Diego Chargers news & notes from around the web. Bradshaw to Spanos: 'How much money do you need?' - Bryce Miller (UT$)"How much money do you need, buddy?" Bradshaw said of team Chairman Dean Spanos. "You’re the only dance in town in San Diego. You know how many people in the country want to move to San Diego? It’s friggin’ beautiful. Philip Rivers' 2016 Salary Becomes Fully Guaranteed - Luke AdamsThe 2016 base salary for Philip Rivers has become fully guaranteed, since the Chargers quarterback remains on the team’s roster beyond the second day of the NFL’s...
Ed Valentine / Big Blue View 14 hours ago

Denver Broncos' free agency plan bad news for New York Giants

Denver aims to keep all of its defensive players. New York Giants fans are hoping their team will use some of its considerable cap space to improve the team's woeful defense when NFL free agency opens on March 9. Two of the primary objects of the fans' desire are members of the Super Bowl champion Denver Broncos, defensive tackle Malik Jackson and linebacker Danny Trevathan. If Denver Executive Vice President and General Manager John Elway has his way, however, the Giants and any other teams interested in the unrestricted free agents from that outstanding Broncos' defense will need to look...
Bolts From The Blue Feb 9, 2016

BFTB After Dark: February 9, 2016

BFTB After Dark is a place for the BFTB community to talk about everything and anything without any sort of supervision. The 2015-16 NFL season is finally, officially, and mercifully over. That means that we, as San Diego Chargers fans, can move on and breathe a sigh a relief as the team returns to a (semi-).500 record of 0-0. Woo!
Broncos Gab Feb 9, 2016

Bud Light Unveils New Broncos Super Bowl 50 Commemorative Bottle

In celebration of the Broncos Super Bowl victory, Bud Light – the Official Beer of the NFL – is unveiling a new commemorative Super Bowl 50 aluminum bottle, featuring Denver Broncos logo and incorporating the gold-infused Super Bowl 50 logo. On shelves in Denver , the new bottles continue the brand’s focus on customization and […]
Bolts From The Blue Feb 9, 2016

Su'a Cravens is the safety San Diego needs to fix their run defense

The San Diego Chargers need to reshape the back end of their secondary this offseason, and they could affect a lot of change by drafting Su'a Cravens out of USC. I'll never forget when the Chargers first hired him one of his first answers was, and I'm paraphrasing here, "I don't feel like the position next to Eric Weddle is important." In his 3 years as general manager Tom Telesco has proven that is exactly how he feels as he hasn't invested any draft picks at the position and signed one safety. That one safety didn't even make it through his first year. You can tell I don't think much of...
Bolts From The Blue Feb 9, 2016

San Diego Chargers Daily Links: February 9, 2016

Your daily dose of San Diego Chargers news & notes from around the web. Chargers hire Maas, meet with city - Kevin Acee (UT$)"Mr. Maas has a wealth of experience on the stadium issue, and we welcome his addition as a positive development," Faulconer spokesman Craig Gustafson said in a statement Monday night. "Mr. Maas is well versed in the opportunities and challenges of the various options Mr. Spanos is considering for a San Diego stadium solution. We anticipate further meetings over the coming weeks." One Maas chance at stadium solution? - Kevin Acee (UT$) [from 06/15]Alas, Maas withdrew...
Pats Pulpit Feb 9, 2016

Areas the Patriots Defense Can Build Upon in 2016

The Denver Broncos proved in 2015 that in the playoffs an elite defense is a difference maker. What areas could the Patriots build up their defense in the future. The Denver Broncos managed to pull off an unlikely Super Bowl title after going through the Pittsburgh and New England gauntlet to reach the Super Bowl, breathing life back into the cliché that Defense wins championships. They did on the strength of their terrific pass rush that gave the Patriots, Steelers, and Panthers offensive line fits, especially in the final two games of their run. In the Broncos case, they have two...
Field Gulls Feb 9, 2016

3000 NFL Mock Draft: Cam Newton, Marshawn Lynch, and comping 2016 draft prospects to Broncos starters

This week on 3000 NFL Mock Draft, Rob and I talk about Cam Newton's performance in the Super Bowl and Marshawn Lynch's retirement. We also talk about how Cam was viewed as a prospect and if he has what it takes mentally to win a Super Bowl some day. However, we spend the majority of the time trying out a new format where we try to find a comp player for every starter on a current NFL team, beginning with the Denver Broncos since they did just win the Super Bowl. Who are some possible comps for players like Von Miller, DeMarcus Ware, Evan Mathis, Chris Harris and some other guys that the...
Broncos Gab Feb 9, 2016

SuperBowl Champs.

Oh, what a feeling is was to watch them win that game. Before the game, Carolina’s fans were so cocky about winning the game, even going to saying their defense was better than ours. Bragging that that they were going to blow the game out. But now they are complaining that the game was rigged […]
Bolts From The Blue Feb 8, 2016

Chargers Appoint Fred Maas as Special Advisor to Stadium Initiative Project

There is a new point person involved in the Chargers efforts to get a new NFL stadium built in San Diego. The pivot is on! Here's the statement from the San Diego Chargers: The Chargers today announced the appointment of Fred Maas as Special Advisor to Chargers’ Chairman Dean Spanos. Mr. Maas, the former Chairman of San Diego’s Centre City Development Corporation, will advise Spanos and the Chargers on the Citizen’s Initiative process, including the exploration of possible stadium financing plans that would be publicly acceptable, the drafting of the initiative document, and the...
Battle Red Blog Feb 8, 2016

Are You Happy For The Former Houston Texans Who Just Won The Super Bowl As Denver Broncos?

There were a whole lot of Houston Texans alumni on the Denver Broncos' Super Bowl winning team last night. How do Texans fans feel about that? The Denver Broncos are Super Bowl champs, and several former employees of the Houston Texans have now scaled the mountain that eluded them in Houston. Gary Kubiak, Wade Phillips, Rick Dennison, Reggie Herring, Greg Knapp, Bill Kollar, Brian Pariani, all of whom spent time on the Texans' coaching staff before this season, are champions. Owen Daniels, James Ferentz, Ryan Harris, Shiloh Keo, and Antonio Smith, all of whom played for the Texans in...
Bolts From The Blue Feb 8, 2016

What the San Diego Chargers can learn from Super Bowl 50

The Denver Broncos and the Carolina Panthers are built differently from the San Diego Chargers. Is it time to Tom Telesco to adjust his strategy of roster-building? Depending on what time of year it is, you'll hear one of the variations below of roughly the same concept. Offense sells tickets, but defense wins games. Offense wins games, but defense wins championships. I've always thought these statements were kind of trash. What wins games, and championships, is balance. At least, that's what I always thought. I'm starting to come around to the other side of things. I'm starting to...
Bolts From The Blue Feb 8, 2016

San Diego Chargers Daily Links: February 8, 2016

Your daily dose of San Diego Chargers news & notes from around the web. John McNulty Aims to Continue Chargers' Tight End Legacy - Ricky HenneEntering his 26th season, including his 14th in the NFL, McNulty knows the Bolts are associated with high quality of play at the position thanks to two of the all-time greats – Kellen Winslow and Antonio Gates. Philip Rivers was right about Broncos - Tom Krasovic (UT$)Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers saw Denver's victory coming, giving the Broncos a slight edge over Carolina last week in comments to 1090 AM's Darren Smith. Oddsmakers made Carolina...
Pats Pulpit Feb 8, 2016

Denver Broncos Defense Winning the Super Bowl Doesn't Change the Legacy for Tom Brady and Peyton Manning

The Denver Broncos have won the Super Bowl and there are already some horrible takes on the market. The fact that Peyton Manning was the quarterback for the winning team does not enhance his legacy, so much as just adds another footnote to the long register of his career. Make no mistake, the debate over the superiority between Tom Brady and Manning was decided last season; this Super Bowl did nothing to change that. Manning was along for the ride as the Denver Broncos defense won the Super Bowl, and, man, that defense was outstanding. One game after completed taking the Patriots offensive...
Niners Nation Feb 8, 2016

Golden Nuggets: Season Ends at Levi's with Broncos Defensive Gem

Monday, February 8, 2016 edition of the Golden Nuggets, a daily compilation of San Francisco 49ers links from around the Internet. So with that Super Bowl 50 upset by the Denver Broncos in Levi's Stadium the NFL's 2015 Season officially comes to an end. Perhaps it was fitting that on the 49ers home turf (which was once again had its issues), the Broncos won it with a ferocious defense which is what San Francisco has been known for the past 5+ years. It's quite ironic since The Peyton Manning was at the helm of the offense, but his role was just to manage the game and make sure they didn't...
Cat Scratch Reader Feb 7, 2016

Super Bowl score, Broncos 24 Panthers 10: A Series of Unfortunate Events

The Carolina Panthers fell to the Denver Broncos in their second Super Bowl. It sucks for Panthers fans around the nation, but such is life with football. This one hurts. The Panthers shot themselves in the foot on several occasions on the grandest stage in football, but I refuse to be one of those people who claims "The Panthers beat themselves". While yes, the Panthers fumbled the ball on a few occasions, missed scoring opportunities, and ultimately didn't play the kind of football that got them here, the Broncos have themselves one HELL of a defense. They held the number one scoring...
Pats Pulpit Feb 7, 2016

Super Bowl 50 Broncos vs Panthers: Denver Wins 24-10

The NFL has its new champion: the Denver Broncos, who beat the Carolina Panthers thanks to their defense. Super Bowl 50 is history and the Denver Broncos have won their third Lombardi Trophy thanks to a 24-10 victory over the Carolina Panthers. While the game was a close one, it was also a very sloppy contest dominated by defense and marked by mistakes and penalties. The Broncos opened the game with a field goal-drive to take an early 3-0 lead. The Panthers were unable to answer and turned the ball over on their second possession when eventual game MVP Von Miller sacked Cam Newton and the...
Buffalo Rumblings Feb 7, 2016

Super Bowl 50 final score: Denver Broncos 24, Carolina Panthers 10

The Denver Broncos rode a dominating defensive performance to a 24-10 win over the Carolina Panthers in Super Bowl 50, capturing their third world championship as an organization. The Denver Broncos are Super Bowl 50 champions, having just put the finishing touches on a 24-10 win over the Carolina Panthers at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California. Denver's league-best defense, coordinated by former Buffalo Bills head coach Wade Phillips (who just won his first ring), put on a clinic in the big game. Spearheaded by a pass rush that sacked Cam Newton a whopping seven times, the Broncos'...

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