10:45 AM EST, Sat November 18, 2017
Broncos Wire 1 hour ago
Domata Peko has a chip on his shoulder going up against Bengals

Domata Peko has a chip on his shoulder going up against Bengals

Broncos veteran nose tackle Domata Peko is not angry with the Bengals for letting him walk in free agency after 11 years of consistent play, totaling 516 tackles and 18.5 sacks as a key member of Cincinnati’s defense. But he’s also not acting like Sunday will be an ordinary game for him. “There is a little bit of a chip on my shoulder because they had a chance to get me back there, but it’s just the way the business works,” Peko said after practice Wednesday. “But, I’m excited. It’s a chance to go against the old team, just like when Ron Leary played Dallas. He really wanted...
Mile High Report 1 hour ago
John Elway: ‘We got a little bit soft’

John Elway: ‘We got a little bit soft’

The GM talks about the tough situation the Broncos are in - and what it will take to get out of it. It’s not that John Elway hasn’t experienced losing - or even losing seasons. It’s that No. 7’s losing seasons as a Broncos quarterback were few (just two) and far between (1990 and 1994) - and a win was always within reach. During the Broncos’ 5-11 season in 1990, seven losses were by less than a touchdown and four of those seven were by less than a field goal. Not so much this season. “To be dead honest with you, we got a little bit soft. We went 4-0 in preseason. We started...
Cincy Jungle 1 hour ago
NFL Week 11 Bengals at Broncos game preview: Mile-lows

NFL Week 11 Bengals at Broncos game preview: Mile-lows

The Bengals and Broncos are wallowing in below average seasons, and jobs on both squads are in question for 2018. However, Week 11’s winner will keep their playoff hopes somewhat alive as the close of the season nears. With a record like 3-6 entering Week 11 of an NFL season, talk of the postseason seems almost sacrilege. Yet, in the somewhat-weak 2017 AFC, both the Denver Broncos and Cincinnati Bengals, who both currently sport said record, have a pulse. As they face each other this week, both are hitting major losing skids. The Broncos started the season looking like one of the best...
Broncos Wire 2 hours ago
Broncos will honor Red Miller and Terrell Davis at Sunday's game

Broncos will honor Red Miller and Terrell Davis at Sunday's game

The Denver Broncos will honor former coach Red Miller and former running back Terrell Davis when they host the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday. Miller, who passed away on Sept. 27, will be represented by his wife, Nan. The team will celebrate Miller’s induction into the Broncos’ Ring of Fame and unveil his pillar at the Ring of Fame Plaza. Miller led Denver to the team’s first Super Bowl appearance in 1977. The Broncos will also honor Davis for his induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Davis will be awarded his Hall of Fame Ring of Excellence on Sunday. Davis became the team’s...
Mile High Report 2 hours ago
Broncos will be short on tight ends against Bengals

Broncos will be short on tight ends against Bengals

According to Head Coach Vance Joseph, tight ends A.J. Derby and Jeff Heuerman are out for Sunday’s game against the Cincinnati Bengals. Good morning, Broncos Country. If the Denver Broncos want to snap their five-game losing streak against the Cincinnati Bengals, they are going to need their offense to kick it up a notch. Even though their production as a unit has been mediocre to date, that task might be a bit harder to achieve — as the Broncos will be down to just one healthy tight end. According to Head Coach Vance Joseph, A.J. Derby (shoulder) and Jeff Heuerman (knee) have been...
Broncos Wire 3 hours ago
Watch excited 9-year-old fan get tickets to his first Broncos game

Watch excited 9-year-old fan get tickets to his first Broncos game

A nine-year-old fan was surprised by his parents with tickets to his first Denver Broncos game for his birthday. Check out the video: When the #1 @Broncos fan gets tickets to his first @NFL game for his 9th birthday…couldnt be more excited! pic.twitter.com/HTKKGAuJsV — Tyler (@TylerKicks2026) November 16, 2017 That’s awesome. Have fun at the game, Tyler! Sign up Like this article? Sign up for the Broncos Wire email newsletter to get our top stories in your inbox every morning Success Thanks for signing...
Musket Fire 4 hours ago

New England Patriots vs Oakland Raiders: 3 Bold Predictions

In Week 11, the New England Patriots will be facing the Oakland Raiders in Mexico. Here are three bold predictions for the game. Sunday will be a big game for both the Oakland Raiders and New England Patriots as they square off in Mexico. Prior to the start of the season, this looked like it […] New England Patriots vs Oakland Raiders: 3 Bold Predictions - Musket Fire - Musket Fire - A New England Patriots Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Broncos Wire 4 hours ago
Bengals coach Marvin Lewis says Domata Peko is a warrior on defense

Bengals coach Marvin Lewis says Domata Peko is a warrior on defense

The Broncos will host the Bengals in Week 11, the team that nose tackle Domata Peko spent the first 11 years of his career with. Cincinnati coach Marvin Lewis is obviously familiar with Peko and he knows what kind of damage he can cause to an offense. “I think Domata has done a good job for them,” Lewis told media members Wednesday, according to the Denver Post’s Nicki Jhabvala. “I really think he’s done a nice job staying on his feet, staying strong in the middle, playing the blocks and the combinations each week, and has really done a good job. “We know how hard he plays....
Broncos Wire 5 hours ago
6 Broncos players who deserve your Pro Bowl vote

6 Broncos players who deserve your Pro Bowl vote

Fan voting for the 2018 NFL Pro Bowl is open (vote here), so now is a good time to highlight six Denver Broncos players worthy of your vote. 1. Ron Leary, Right Guard Leary, Denver’s best addition of the offseason, has played well with a weak supporting cast around him this season. Through nine games, the sixth-year offensive lineman has allowed zero sacks, according to STATS. Go vote for him. 2. Matt Paradis, Center Like Leary, Paradis has played well up front this season. The third-year starter has not been penalized once through nine games, according to STATS. He also hasn’t allowed...
Mile High Report 10 hours ago
Adam Gotsis and the Broncos have no room for error against the Bengals

Adam Gotsis and the Broncos have no room for error against the Bengals

Denver’s defensive lineman was on Friday’s The Afternoon Drive to talk about Sunday’s crucial game. Adam Gotsis knows how crucial Sunday is. After the last two games ended in drubbings, and in the midst of a five-game losing streak, the Denver Broncos have no room for error. One could make the argument that’s the been the case the last two weeks, but as is the case in the NFL it’s all about the current game. On Friday’s The Afternoon Drive, Eric Goodman and Les Shapiro talked with Gotsis about whether the Broncos (3-6) just need to focus on what they do or have to know what...
NFL Trade Rumors 17 hours ago

AFC Notes: Chiefs, Dolphins, Jaguars, Patriots

Chiefs The Kansas City Chiefs officially ruled out four players on Friday including DE Allen Bailey (knee), OLB Dee Ford (back), OLB Tamba Hali (knee) and Albert Wilson (hamstring). Dolphins Dolphins HC Adam Gase told reporters on Friday that “things are looking better” for WR Kenny Stills returning this weekend. “Things are looking better than they were … The post AFC Notes: Chiefs, Dolphins, Jaguars, Patriots appeared first on NFLTradeRumors.co.
Arrowhead Pride 18 hours ago
Four KC Chiefs ruled out for Sunday’s game against New York Giants

Four KC Chiefs ruled out for Sunday’s game against New York Giants

Four Kansas City Chiefs have been ruled out for this Sunday’s game against the New York Giants. Here are the #Chiefs injury designations for Sunday's game against the #Giants. pic.twitter.com/DhtyKhwi3O— BJ Kissel (@ChiefsReporter) November 17, 2017 Defensive end Allen Bailey, linebackers Dee Ford and Tamba Hali and wide receiver Albert Wilson won’t play. As mentioned earlier this week, Ford has not practiced since leaving the October 30 game against the Denver Broncos due to a back injury. Wilson left that same game with a hamstring injury and also hasn’t practiced since....
Arrowhead Pride 19 hours ago
Chiefs offense is putting up numbers comparable to 2003

Chiefs offense is putting up numbers comparable to 2003

How good has the Kansas City Chiefs offense been? Even with a couple of offensive stinkers where they scored 13 and 17 points, the Chiefs offense is ranked fifth in the NFL averaging 28.1 points per game. Matt from the Chiefs website gave some context to those numbers. They are on pace to be the fourth best in franchise history just behind the Dick Vermeil era. The 2003 is the top scoring team in franchise history with 484 points. This year’s Chiefs team is on pace for 449 points. The Chiefs are in a similar boat in net yards. They’re on pace for the fourth highest total in franchise...
Broncos Wire 20 hours ago
Broncos injury report: A.J. Derby and Jeff Heuerman ruled out

Broncos injury report: A.J. Derby and Jeff Heuerman ruled out

Broncos tight ends A.J. Derby (shoulder) and Jeff Heuerman (knee) have both been ruled out for Week 11 against the Bengals. That leaves veteran Virgil Green as the team’s only healthy tight end on the roster. With Derby and Heuerman unable to play this week, Denver will likely activate Austin Traylor from the practice squad. The team will have to make a corresponding roster move to make room for Traylor on the 53-man roster. Elsewhere on the injury report, offensive tackle Donald Stephenson (calf) and receiver Cody Latimer (knee/Achilles) are listed as questionable. Everyone else —...
Arrowhead Pride 23 hours ago
Marcus Peters, Marshawn Lynch are giving out turkeys

Marcus Peters, Marshawn Lynch are giving out turkeys

It looks like the Fam 1st Family Foundation — to us, that’s Marshawn Lynch and Marcus Peters — will be giving away turkeys over the next week. I saw Chiefs CB Marcus Peters tweet this image of a turkey giveaway in Oakland this Sunday which he presumably won’t be attending because the Chiefs will be playing the Giants at the same time. Then I saw Marshawn Lynch, who is also affiliated with the Fam 1st Family Foundation, tweet out this image of a turkey giveaway in Kansas City the day after the Oakland one.
Broncos Wire 23 hours ago
Broncos explain decision to cut Kasim Edebali

Broncos explain decision to cut Kasim Edebali

The Broncos signed fourth-year outside linebacker Kasim Edebali to a one-year, $1.2 million contract during free agency in March, hoping that the 28-year-old defender could contribute on special teams and as a rotational pass rusher on defense. After recording just one tackle and zero sacks through nine games, Edebali was waived and Denver promoted outside linebacker Deiontrez Mount from the practice squad. “It was more about Mount,” Broncos coach Vance Joseph said after practice Wednesday when asked why the team cut Edebali. “Mount has had a month-and-a-half of practice rushing the...
Broncos Wire Nov 17, 2017
DeMarcus Walker won't be active until he learns how to play special teams

DeMarcus Walker won't be active until he learns how to play special teams

Broncos second-round draft pick DeMarcus Walker has a rough rookie season. Walker (6-4, 280 pounds) played defensive end at FSU but Denver moved him to outside linebacker when a host of edge defenders suffered injuries this offseason. Walker has seemingly struggled to adjust to playing as a linebacker and recorded just two tackles as a rotational defender in six games. Walker has also struggled to adjust to playing on special teams, something he was not asked to do in college. Consequently, Walker has been inactive the last three games and that may not change anytime soon. “We have three...
Arrowhead Pride Nov 17, 2017
CJ Spiller says he appreciates the Chiefs despite getting cut 4 times

CJ Spiller says he appreciates the Chiefs despite getting cut 4 times

Former KC Chiefs RB CJ Spiller spoke to Bleacher Report recently about what it was like getting cut and re-signed by the Chiefs four times this year. It was a unique situation because the Chiefs cut him and re-signed him so many times but Spiller says the Chiefs kept him in the loop the whole time and there was no lack of communication. "It was a whirlwind," Spiller says now. "But every time, they were in constant communication with me and my agent. I know people on the outside were looking at it like it was crazy with the cuts and the signings, but they didn't know the background of it. I...
Arrowhead Pride Nov 17, 2017
Chiefs vs. Giants 2017 preview: 5 questions with the enemy

Chiefs vs. Giants 2017 preview: 5 questions with the enemy

Thanks to Ed Valentine over at SB Nation’s Giants blog, Big Blue View, for answering our Chiefs-Giants questions. Find my answers to his questions here and below you’ll find my questions to him. AP: What's the No. 1 reason the Giants are 1-8? BBV: When you are 1-8 there is never one reason. The offense hasn't been good enough -- the Giants have never scored 30 points in a game with Ben McAdoo as head coach. The defense has regressed terribly from a year ago. The special teams have been especially putrid. There has been a lot of discord between the head coach and the players. There have...
Arrowhead Pride Nov 17, 2017
Chiefs’ Justin Houston could be facing a Giants offensive lineman making his first start

Chiefs’ Justin Houston could be facing a Giants offensive lineman making his first start

On the Arrowhead Pride podcast this week Pete Sweeney said that he thinks KC Chiefs LB Justin Houston can put up four sacks on Eli Manning and the Giants. I don’t even think that was an exaggeration because it sounds like Houston could be going up against a new Giants right tackle who has two career snaps to his name. Chad Wheeler, you could be having a very bad day on Sunday. Via Ed Valentine of Big Blue View, the rookie talked as if he would be playing. On Thursday, Wheeler certainly sounded like a guy who expected to be in the lineup against Kansas City. “I can’t wait. It’s...

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