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www.milehighreport.com Dec 11, 2018
Horse Tracks: Is Vance Joseph a ‘Dead Man Walking?’

Horse Tracks: Is Vance Joseph a ‘Dead Man Walking?’

After the most disappointing performance of his Broncos career, the seat is red hot. Good morning, Broncos Country! It sure looked like the Broncos slept in til about 3:30 last Sunday. Vance Joseph coached like his job was on the line in the second half, and all told it likely was. A full game like that and Denver would still be in the playoff hunt. Instead any real hope died in San Francisco when Kyle Shanahan thoroughly out-coached the man John Elway passed him over for. There was a moment after the #Chargers upset that I said Joseph was coaching to save his job because he'd have to...
Predominantly Orange Dec 10, 2018

Denver Broncos: Reasons for and against firing Vance Joseph

Should the Denver Broncos fire Vance Joseph after two seasons with the team? What will John Elway do? We explore the reasons why or why not. Should the Denver Broncos fire Vance Joseph? For many of you reading this, the question doesn’t need any further consideration besides a simple eye test. It is safe to […] Denver Broncos: Reasons for and against firing Vance Joseph - Predominantly Orange - Predominantly Orange - A Denver Broncos Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
www.milehighreport.com Dec 10, 2018
AFC Playoff Picture: Broncos now need a lot of help to get in

AFC Playoff Picture: Broncos now need a lot of help to get in

The Denver Broncos playoff chances are not dead just yet, but they are nearing life support. It sure seems like the Denver Broncos playoff chances were flushed down the toilet with their ugly loss to the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday, but its not quite mathematically over just yet. Last week, I noted that the Broncos would need the AFC North to stumble. And stumble they did. The Baltimore Ravens lost on the road in overtime to the Kansas City Chiefs, while the Pittsburgh Steelers choked on the road to the hapless Oakland Raiders. Those two games have left the AFC very wide open. AFC...
The Denver Post Dec 9, 2018
Former Broncos coach Mike Shanahan’s still got it, son Kyle says

Former Broncos coach Mike Shanahan’s still got it, son Kyle says

San Francisco 49ers coach Kyle Shanahan last week shot down the notion that his father, 66, might be candidate for the vacant Green Bay Packers coaching gig. But he promises that Mike Shanahan has still got it. And, more to the point, that he still keeps up on the pro game, even in retirement.
ClutchPoints Dec 9, 2018
49ers’ John Lynch sought John Elway’s advice before taking GM role

49ers’ John Lynch sought John Elway’s advice before taking GM role

San Francisco 49ers general manager John Lynch leaned on advice from current Denver Broncos general manager John Elway prior to taking on his new role. Lynch was hired as the 49ers GM last year, which marked his first front office job in the NFL. So, in order to prepare himself for the rigors ahead, he […] The post 49ers’ John Lynch sought John Elway’s advice before taking GM role appeared first on ClutchPoints.
SFGate Dec 10, 2018

49ers share Jed York’s address to team after death of his brother

On Sunday, Kyle Shanahan told reporters the team shared a “special moment” with CEO Jed York in the locker room after their 20-14 win over the Broncos. And the 49ers have shared the moment with the public. On Sunday night, the team website posted video of York’s emotional comments to the 49ers after a victory that came two days after his younger brother, Tony, died at 35. Before York spoke, Shanahan said the 49ers were playing for Tony York, the biggest Niner fan Shanahan had met, and gave Jed York a game ball. York shared hugs with Shanahan and general manager John Lynch before...
Detroit Sports Nation 12 hours ago

Numbers that don’t lie: Detroit Lions have the worst offensive line coach in the NFL

Heading into the 2018 NFL season, the hope for the Detroit Lions was that a bright spot would be their offensive line, which had been one of the worst in the league for some time. The first step the Lions made to make this happen was firing offensive line coach, Ron Prince. Embed from After Matt Patricia was hired as head coach of the Lions, he announced that he was bringing on Jeff Davidson to coach the offensive line. Davidson was available after he was fired by the Denver Broncos following the 2017 season. The second thing the Lions did was they selected offensive lineman Frank Ragnow in...

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