Friday, October 31, 2008

NFL Draft 2009

With the '09 draft already being talked about, I figured I better do some coverage. This year I think a high draft pick that'll do well will be: Chase Daniel, in the past two years as a starter, Chase piled up 70 total TD's, about 9,000 total yards, against 20 INTs.

The Broncos hit it big this last draft, Eddie Royal from VT was one of our best draft picks maybe since D.J. Williams, Ryan Clady was also a great pick, well when I think about it are whole draft was awesome.(Photo above by Dale Zanine US PRESSWIRE)
While were talking about the draft, I mine as well tell you about Broncomadness draft page. is the best site for news on the draft, you can see the sites Mock Draft Here, and it's FANTASTIC Player Profiles Here.

Broncos_Fins IR report

INJURY REPORT Denver Broncos vs Miami Dolphins -- Nov. 2, 2008
Denver BroncosOut: CB Champ Bailey (Groin)Questionable: RB Andre Hall (Ankle); TE Tony Scheffler (Groin); WR Brandon Stokley (Concussion); RB Selvin Young (Groin); RB Michael Pittman (Ribs); RB Ryan Torain (Elbow)Probable: WR Brandon Marshall (Groin); DT Dewayne Robertson (Knee);
Miami DolphinsOut: FB Casey Cramer (Ankle)

Patriots' Wilfork fined $35K for hit on Cutler Wire Reports
New England defensive tackle Vince Wilfork was fined $35,000 for a hit on Denver Broncos quarterback Jay Cutler, but will not be suspended, reports NFL Network's Adam Schefter.(photo Al Messerschmidt Getty Images)
Wilfork was fined a total of $35,000 last season for four different incidents. They included hits on Buffalo quarterback J.P. Losman and Dallas tight end Jason Witten. He also was fined for putting a finger inside the facemask of New York Giants running back Brandon Jacobs and grabbing the facemask of San Diego's Michael Turner during the AFC Championship Game.

This post has been reported from, The Associated Press contributed to this report.

Thursday, October 30, 2008

Wednesday practice - photos

Luv the visor Marsh...Looks good Chad, just get some gloves, bare hands don't fit a WR at all...

Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Terrell, Steve, and Shannon among '09 HOF Nominees

Former Denver Broncos Safety Steve Atwater (1989-98), Runningback Terrell Davis (1995-2002), Linebacker Tom Jackson (1973-86), Linebacker Karl Mecklenburg (1983-94), Head Coach Dan Reeves (1981-92), Tight End Shannon Sharpe (1990-99, 2002-03) and Corner Louis Wright (1975-86) are the Broncos who made the preliminary list of modern-era nominees.

The way the whole NFL Hall Of Fame works out is very complicated, and explains much better than I ever could - NFL HOL Click the link to get more educated.
(TD - AP Photo by Jack Dempsey)

Over the years I have learned to not get your hopes up, and I was very surprised that last year Garry Zimmerman was inducted even though he was the best of his time. It's awesome that all those great guys finally get their shot at the Hall Of Fame, but don't expect more than one if any to make in the same year. When you do get into the Hall it's the greatest thing ever.

Bruce Smith and Rod Woodson are two other big names that are also eligible for 2009.

Check out the Pro Football Hall Of Fame offical site! Offical Site>>

Monday, October 27, 2008

The AFC West and The Broncos Problem...

By Garrett Barnes
So, it is my first ever blog post here at Broncos Zone thanks to my pal Jon Krause over here. As you probably know I am the lead blogger over at Bronco Madness but I am here to share my wisdom. Or whatever you call it. Really, you might think I am some old crackpot who doesn't know anything of football once you are done here. That is not my goal though.

Let's turn back the clock a bit to the beginning of the 2007 season. The AFC West may have been one of the most powerful divisions in recent history. We had the Chargers who were at the time Super Bowl contenders. The Broncos were favorites to win the wild card. The Chiefs were coming off of a playoff run. Even the Raiders were much improved.

Now here we are, at the halfway point in the 2008 season. Guess what? We are the WORST division in the NFL. The Broncos right now might be the most vulnerable division leader. They might be more if there was anybody who could seem to play behind them! The Chargers are 3-5 and they are the second best in the league. Now mind you, this was the same team that everyone thought would win the Super Bowl.

The Chiefs have won only one game and the Raiders have won only 2. So what is the problem in the division? Nobody wants it! I don't care what you think. Nobody does. If they wanted it, the Broncos would be 6-1 not 4-3! The Chargers if they wanted (and Shawne Merriman was not injured) would be undefeated! I think that the Chiefs want it. They just aren't good enough.

The Broncos at this rate will win the AFC West. I wish I could say how excited I am about it but the facts are we will not win it by how good we are but how bad everyone else is. This is one of those years where we could end up 8-8 (my guess is 9-7) and still win the division! Really, if everyone else keeps playing this poorly, we could win at 7-9!

I could be over reacting. We just played 3 straight playoff teams from last year. We could end up having a 12-4 record if we play like we did in September. This is a great team and it would be a shame to make the playoffs but not deserve it really. The rest of the AFC West is absolutely horrendous. I can only hope that the Broncos are not...
Garrett Barnes is Broncos Zone Co Blogger, he is also the Editor, Administrator, and lead Bronco Madness blogger.

Wow L.J. you got problems...

Larry Johnson of KC has been charged with "simple assualt". Johnson who was apparntly aready in danger of being supended by the NFL, the Chiefs said Larry will not be playing for the team in the "foreseeable future". He is being charged for simple assault for spitting his drink in a woman's face. He will meet with Comish Roger Goodell on Tuesday. This is the 4th time in 5 years that he has been accused of assaulting a woman. Chiefs president and general manager Carl Peterson made the following statments: "The case with Larry Johnson has been and continues to be in the hands of the NFL office in New York,...We will defer further comment on the matter until that process has run its due course and the league has concluded its own independent investigation.
"As we have previously indicated, it is in the best interest of both Larry and the Chiefs that Larry focuses his attention on addressing his personal issues. At present, we do not believe Larry can contribute to our team on the field until those issues are resolved."

( noted)
In 2005 and 2006, Johnson was one of the best running backs in the NFL. He went to the Pro Bowl after rushing for more than 1,750 yards in each season. After a training camp holdout in 2007, he was rewarded with a contract that guaranteed a team-record $19 million. But he was injured the last half of the 2007 season and has been inconsistent so far this year for the Chiefs (1-6).
Information from the Associated Press was included in this report

Broncos make some roster moves...

On Monday the Broncos had to sign some players to fill up their roster, they however have not signed a QB yet, but you can expect Darrell Hackney to be signed tomorrow or by mid week. But they did sign a WR, Tackle, and a Corner. They also added two to their practice squad - center Greg Eslinger and cornerback Rashod Moulton. Erik Pears was placed on the Reserve/Non-Injured list, and we got free-agent Tackle Matt Murphy. DB Josh Bell was moved up from the P-Squad, a move that surprised me. They now have 4 Corners on the roster. The big signing was WR Chad Jackson. The Pats drafted Jackson in the 2006 NFL Draft from the University of Florida. He was then waived on Aug. 31.

Random NFL rumors

Resent rumors were being spread that Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice was talking to the Niners, and was interested in becoming Team prez. Those statements are completely false. According to Fox news. 49ers spokesman Aaron Salkin stated: "We don't respond to rumors. We have our office structure in place..." around the NFL

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A quick look at some of the interesting numbers from the Week 8 early games:

*Ravens rookie QB Joe Flacco had his first career reception, a 43-yard catch from backup QB Troy Smith. It marks the longest reception by a quarterback since Stats, Inc. began tracking the stat in 1991.
Cardinals QB Kurt Warner posted his 44th career 300-yard game, completing 35 of 49 passes for 381 yards with two touchdowns and an interception in a 27-23 loss to the Panthers.
Cowboys WR Roy Williams recorded his first career TD with Dallas, but DE DeMarcus Ware ended his NFL-record tying streak of 10 consecutive games with a sack.

*Some impressive personal numbers from the Redskins’ 25-17 win over Detroit: RB Clinton Portis rushed for 126 yards on 24 carries, joining O.J. Simpson as the only players since 1960 with two separate streaks of five-plus games with 120-plus rush yards. QB Jason Campbell had his fourth career 300-yard passing game and has not thrown an INT in 252 attempts dating back to last season. WR Santana Moss had a receiving TD and a punt return TD, the first Redskin with that distinction.

*Dolphins QB Chad Pennington had his sixth career 300-yard passing game and WR Ted Ginn his first career 100-yard receiving game in a 25-16 win over the Bills.
In a game where the Patriots had no penalties for the first time in franchise history, WR Randy Moss recorded his 58th career 100-yard receiving game (third all-time), and Rams rookie WR Donnie Avery had his first career 100-yard game.

*Andy Reid became the 37th head coach to reach 100 career wins in Philadelphia’s 27-14 win over Atlanta. He is now 10-0 in his career after a bye week. QB Donovan McNabb became the 8th QB in NFL history with 3,000 career rushing yards. … Falcons WR Roddy White had his third straight game with 100-plus yards and at least one TD.

Sunday, October 26, 2008

Meet Jay Cutler, Get Tickets >>

Go Saints!

The Bolts lost to the Saints in London degrading to 3-5.
Laurence Griffiths / Getty Images "Saints QB Drew Brees was given plenty of time to pick apart the Chargers 'D.
It was over when ...
Philip Rivers' desperation pass on the game's final play fell incomplete. The Chargers were threatening on their previous possession but Jonathan Vilma intercepted Rivers' pass to Chris Chambers, halting the drive with 1:09 left in the fourth quarter.
Game ball
Drew Brees played against his former team and the high-priced quarterback they drafted to replace him for the first time since joining the Saints in 2006. And he seemed to relish the opportunity. Brees passed for 339 yards and three touchdowns.
Key stat The Chargers were unable to get to Brees, and did not record a sack.
Noteworthy The official attendance was 83,226. ...
LaDainian Tomlinson rushed for 105 yards, surpassing 100-yards for only the second time this season, and first time since Week 4. ... Brees has thrown for 200 yards in 12 consecutive games, the longest streak in the NFL."

Saturday, October 25, 2008

John Elway says Al Davis is gonna "ruin" JaMarcus Russell's career

After drafting JaMarcus the Raiders have done nothing to help him out - except spending way too much money on a aging, bad knee, wanting to quit WR.
Former Head Coach said this about Javon Walker:
“There’s a couple of balls there that we would have liked him to
come up with, That’s discouraging because
he was paid an awful lot of
, paid like one of the top five receivers in
the NFL. We need him to make those plays.”
Now even Elway is talking about it, his quotes:
"The fastest way to ruin a quarterback is to put him on a bad team, with a bad line, with no weapons, with no continuity in the coaching staff...That pretty much describes the current Raiders. The game has passed Al Davis by, and he’s the only one who doesn’t know it. Every time the Raiders get a good coach — Mike Shanahan, Jon Gruden, Norv Turner, etc. — who doesn’t buy into Al’s outdated program, he fires him. It’s this kind of organizational instability that can ruin a quarterback, like the Texans ruined David Carr and the Browns ruined Tim Couch. A young quarterback, especially a No. 1 guy with the weight of a city’s expectations on his shoulders, can wilt. A young quarterback needs a calm, steady influence on and off the field. The first three years for an NFL quarterback are rocky no matter what. He needs a coach to teach him the game of football and a kind of father figure to nurture him and get him through the tough times off the field. Too bad JaMarcus didn’t have the leverage I had in 1983; then he could’ve avoided the Raiders all together. …I feel for JaMarcus. Physically, he has it all. He’s an unbelievable talent — strong arm, tall, big. In the right situation, he could have a great NFL career. In Oakland, he has almost no chance.”

Friday, October 24, 2008

John Elway goes political

John Elway, and John Lynch endorsed John McCain and Sarah Palin at John McCains rally on Friday.

(photo DP Hyoung Chang)

Thursday, October 23, 2008

Special Offer from the San Diego Chargers!

Halloween is about a week away now, and the Chargers are putting out a bran new Halloween costume! It is a Philip Rivers jersey, with your choice of any one of three free masks that come with the jersey! It is very cheep considering...

Below are images of the jersey, and masks that are for sale:
For more info on how to take advantage of the deal with a quick and easy purchase with free shipping contact:
The San Diego Chargers
4020 Murphy Canyon Rd.San Diego, CA 92123
Or, you can call them @ (858) 874-4500
Tell them that you would like to purchase: "The Philip Rivers Halloween costume, with a free mask".

Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Darrell coming back, yet Again

Patrick Ramsey, Boss Bailey, and Eric Pears all out for the season, so on Monday some signings are expected including the signing of Darrell Hackney who has been in and off our practice squad for it seems like years, but really not all too long. I'm actually glad - mean as it sounds, that "The Pat Rat" is on IR, because I think even though he is younger and not as experienced, that D-Hack is better and calmer in the pocket. He's really not a bad QB. Many rumors of a WR, that we'll sign and I expect that it will happen, but I won't get into him, until he's signed. The one thing that make's me love Hack is his running abilaty - which you can see here. He also has a pretty arm - as seen here.

(Getty Images, Hackney #4)

Bailey's out

This is horrible news, both Champ and Boss will be gone for awhile. Short on time, here's a link:
This is just the chance Jamie Winborn has wanted, we'll see what he's able to do... (Photo(s) credit unknown) ( (

Tuesday, October 21, 2008

The worst game ever

This Monday was the saddest one I've had in a long time. In the Broncos and Pat's game everything went wrong. First Jay Cutler broke his index finger (those are early reports, it may just be a little messed up) and he had a hard time passing getting 2 INT's, and 1 TD. The Pat Rat game in later in the game and he also had a pic. We in all have 5 turn-overs. Our 'D' was very sad, but we did get 6 sacks! We also had more penalties than I have seen before. We must have set a record. I will not even tell you the score, but the Broncos and 4-3. At least it was not a shut-out. (photo below ap) The Pat Rat get's hit as the ball goes into the air, it was then caught by one of NE's 'D' linemen.
(ap photo) Below Jay Cutler hold his finger after smashing it on a helmet.

Sunday, October 19, 2008

AFC West Week 7 In Photos

Photos say more than words...(ap above photo) One of Philip's 2 turn-overs...(ap photo above) Philip, ummm yeah
(photo above getty) Clasic Philip Rivers
(Photo left by Jed Jacobsohn Getty Images)

A 73-year-young Brett Favre is sacked by the Raiders who won in OT 16-13.

(photo above getty) Huard is slow to get up in KC's big loss.

I love the AFC West -- Around the NFL Week 7 (part 1)

I LOVE the AFC West baby! Take a look at the standings:
Denver Broncos 4-2 -- TD-18 -- .667
San Diego Chargers 3-4 -- TD-20 -- .500
Oakland Raiders 2-4 -- TD-7 -- .200
Kansas City Chiefs 1-5 -- TD-7 -- .200
The Raiders are playing the Jets right now, the current score 3-3 Brett-or uh Jets, leading over Oakland. If the Raiders lose and the Broncos win on Monday Night on ESPN when we play the Pats we'll have a even better grasp on the AFC West going into our bye week. It was a typical day in the NFL this Sunday afternoon, that's more tons of surprises and up-sets, here's a look:

Around The NFL Week 7 (Part I)
The Bills were home this week taking on the Bolts, they out played the Chargers. The took advantage of Philip River's two turn-overs, one INT, one fumble. As Buffalo beat San Diego 23-14.

Steve (Vinnie) Smith (inside joke, don't try to figure it out) had another great day against the Bucs. The Panther also got a great performance from there two young backs Deangelo Willimas and Rookie Jonathan Stewart. The rookie ran for 68 yards and TD, and Willimas ran for 66 yards on the ground. Steve (Vinnie) Smith had 6 catches, 122 yards and a TD. As the Panthers ran over New Orleans 30-7.

The Bears and Vikings was one that you would not have wanted to miss, The final score was 48-41 Chicago barely won. AP as always had a nice game vs. the Bears rushing for 121 yards and 2 TD's.
It was a typical Ravens and Dolphins game. For the Dolphins it was typical because you did not know how the game would go, then finally they gave it away. For the Ravens it was typical because you knew that their 'D' would not let up much and their 'O' at first just came out with a bunch of field goals and then they won-accidentally. The Ravens won it was was by their standards a fantastic offensive game 27-13 Baltimore game out on top.

The Titian's some how find themselves still undefeated after beating up the Chiefs 34-10.
What do you expect? Yeah your right, the Bengals got killed-AGAIN! 38-10.

The Giants 'D' showed up and the G-Men won again beating the Niners 29-17.
This morning I was talking to my friend Tony (whom is a die-HARD Cowboy fan) and he said "I can't wait to see the Cowboys score [from the game]" and I was like "Oh, you are they playing?" And he was like "The Rams!!" And we both started laughing. Yeah, think about it the (in my opinion) the best team in the NFC playing the worst. Well the game did not go like expected at all. Steven Jackson ran for 3 TD's and Brad Johnson had 3 INT's. Barber did smash out 100 yards and a TD, but Dallas 'D' lost the game 34-14. SJ rushed for 160 yards. It was to say the least an up-set.

Game going on right now (or coming up):
Houston-Detroit 3rd Quarter
IND-GB 2nd Quarter
Jets-Raiders 2nd Quarter
Sun 8:15 Sewhawks Tampa Bay
Mon Den-NE

Week 7 photo
(photo ap) Tony Romo, and WR Roy WIlliams talk with Brad Johnson.

Saturday, October 18, 2008

Dre' Bly fined $20,000

Broncos All-Pro Corner Dre' Bly has been fined by the NFL $20K for "inappropriate remarks". He's remarks were on the officiating in Denver's 24-17 loss to Jacksonville on Sunday. There were two bad calls-that played a role in the Broncos loss. One on Bly, and the other on Safety Marlon McCree.
Some of the comments by Bly were:
(photo AP Dre' Bly)
"My call, I had perfect outside position and he broke his route right into me and he pushed me down. (The official) throws the P.I. flag on me. But it's judgment calls; those guys get graded just like we do, and like I told him, 'I don't know if your grade's going to be too good this week.' Some judgment calls, and we feel like it was bad calls, but you know we can't look at them two calls as an excuse as the reason we lost the game."

Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Ryan Torain, Eddie Royal back

Great news, and not too bad news at the practice Wednesday. It's been almost a year since Ryan has played in a football game.
"It's been a long time, So I can't wait to get back." -Rookie Ryan Torain

Torain practiced with the practice squad, but it was the first time he has practed since Agust 6th.

"It felt good, It was huge for me just mentally -- it just kind of relaxed me. It felt good to get back on the grass with some cleats and a ball, just conversing with the team."

Ebenezer Ekuban and Eddie Royal were also part of the Wednesday practice, good news for the Broncos. They are both expected to play Monday, Ryan on the other hand will not be back till after the bye week. Tony Scheffler and Selvin Young, also participated in practice on a "limited basis." The only two players who didn't practice were Boss Bailey (ankle) and Brandon Stokley (concussion).

This is good, and hope Tony get's better soon. Boss is also one who we could miss. Stokley is the BEST in the slot. The New England game could be a hard one, eaisier without injuries.

Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Broncos Zone Vote'08

You have a big part in this very important vote this fall, should you vote straight Republican, straight Demarcate? No, you should vote straight Bronco!

LOL, sorry about that I just had to do it...

"Voting for the 2009 Pro Bowl presented by State Farm has begun. Now it's time for you to cast your votes for which players you think deserve a trip to Hawaii"

Be sure to vote for all your Broncos, you can vote as many times as you want, so Jay, Matt, B-Marsh, Champ, and Elvis better make it! It's up to you, vote the right players.

Also, there's a new poll on, be sure to vote for B-Marsh!
Who is the best wide receiver in the AFC on a first place team?
Tune into
AFC Playbook on Thursday at 8 p.m. ET to get the results.

Lee Evans, Buffalo
Hines Ward, Pittsburgh

Bo Scaife,
Brandon Marshall,

Total Votes: 7835

More on the game:

More on the Broncos game via Orange and Blue News from
"The Broncos lost the turnover battle on Sunday, losing two fumbles and one interception to the Jacksonville Jaguars. But Denver still had a chance to win in the end, falling by just a touchdown, 24-17. The defense forced two turnovers of their own -- both fumbles -- but the offense only got into the endzone twice, once in the first quarter and once in the fourth.
Michael Pittman had a solid day filling in for the inactive Selvin Young. He finished with 109 yards on 20 rushes, adding three catches for 16 yards as well. Brandon Marshall was the team's leading receiver with nine catches for 98 yards.
The loss snapped the Broncos' NFL-leading six-game winning streak at home, but the team still sits at 4-2 atop the AFC West standings." As always here are some photos from the game:
(photo above getty Michael Pittman)
(photo above getty Glenn Martineze)
(photo above ap B-Marshall)
(photo above ap Dan)

(photo above getty B-Stokley)
(photo getty above Shanny)

Welcome to the NEW site!

Welcome to the "NEW" site! As you can see the site has been redesigned, and named. The former blog that was created last June has been "revamped" and changed. Hope you all like! I'm am also now a Columnist for, on Saturday's you can see my column "Saturday's Horsing Around With Jon Krause". The new site "Broncos Zone" will be updated as often as possible and depending on current news like before.

Make this the stop for all your news on the Denver Broncos!!

NFL Update: Cowboys

As if the Cowboys were not already loaded with WR's the Lions made a crazy unexpected move and traded Roy Williams to the Cowboys!(photo Getty Images) Out of the deal the winless Lions recieve: first-round pick in 2009, plus a third- and sixth-rounder that year for Williams and a seventh-round pick in ‘09. Williams who is in his 5th year in the NFL has 262 catches for 3,884 yards and 29 total Touchdowns.

In other Cowboys news they have lost Adam Pacman Jones-at least for the time being. reported: "NFL commissioner Roger Goodell suspended Dallas Cowboys cornerback Adam Jones indefinitely without pay, for a minimum of four games, on Tuesday for violating the league's Personal Conduct Policy." I not exactly sure what Jones is in trouble for this time. I think the NFL is taking action on stuff they happened a little while ago...Adam may not be back the whole year, if the Cowboys or lucky (or maybe unlucky?) Jones could be back by Week 11 on Nov. 16 when they play the Redskins.

We respect and support the decision of the commissioner, I regret that this issue has brought negative attention to the Cowboys and the NFL. -Cowboys owner Jerry Jones (AP Photo by Ross D. Franklin) also reported: "Adam Jones was suspended for the entire 2007 season for multiple violations of the NFL Personal Conduct Policy. He was traded by Tennessee to Dallas for a foruth-round draft pick in April, and was then reinstated by Goodell on Aug. 28 after being allowed to practice and play in preseason games with the Cowboys. "

So it looks like the Cowboys may have had a "hit'n miss" with Jones but it's to soon to say, and he did do a nice job in the few games he played.

In other more important news the Cowboys have also lost Tony Romo, for up to a month! This has turned the fantasy world upside down! (AGAIN) At the beginning of the season Tom Brady was lost for the year-that killed the fantasy world. Guys laughed at me when I drafted Jay Cutler with my first pick, and now I'm laughing at them who wasted their early pics on Tom and Tony. Wire reported: "Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo fractured a finger on his throwing hand and could be out for up to four weeks."

"He couldn't grip the ball, He probably should have gone out of the game. He had sprained his finger before, and thought that's what it was when he couldn't grip the ball." -Wade Philips

T.O. would not comment on the news. This now leaves Brad Johnson to be Ownes QB. And I'm expecting things may not go so well with them the next couple of weeks of the season.

"We have complete confidence in him. Our team, I think, will rally around him. ... Brad had a good preseason. He's ready to play."-Coach Wade Philips

This could really hurt the Cowboys season. With the new WR Roy Williams Brad may not be too bad-MAYBE

Sunday, October 12, 2008

NFL Week 6 So depressing...

Week 6 was a very sad one, for me anyway. My Broncos, and my NFC team the Cowboys both lost! The teams are now 4-2 and both lost the same weeks. I am short on time, and have lot's of school so this week I sorry to say I'm not sure if any more post will be coming. So enjoy this one.

Big changes are coming to denverbroncosnewsbyjon so be sure to check often, probably by next week the "NEW SITE" will be here. So anyway here is the week 6 review:
In the wild Bears and Falcons game Jason Elam had yet another game winning kick. He was 4-5 on the day and made the one that counted: a kick that won the game for the Falcons 22-20. Sorry I won't be able to put up many pics...

Another very wild exciting week 6 game was the Texans and Dolphins game. I wish I could give details. The final score was 29-28 Tex.

The Colts spanked the Ravens 31-3

The Vikings barly beat the Lions 12-10 only on account of the Lions QB stepping out of the end zone for a safety! LOL

The Saints killed the Raiders 34-3

The Jets like everybody beat the Bengals 26-14

Tampa beat the Panthers 27-3!
The Rams won their first game beating the Skins 19-17

Three turnovers killed us, and we lost 24-17 (later in the week I'll post more on the game)
The Cards beat the Cowboys in OT on a blocked punt picked up for a TD-the score was 30-24

The Eagles beat up the Niners 40-26

The Packers won against the Seahawks 27-17

NE-SD (halftime)
Chargers are leading the Pats 17-3

One of Denver turn-overs- Jay Cutler fumbles (photo-getty)

The Dallas bench durning the loss (photo ap)

Broncos RB Michael Pittman who had 109 rushing yards in the game (photo getty)

Saturday, October 11, 2008

3-4 How it works

This is how the Broncos 3-4 'D' works against the runAnd this is how the pass works:

And if Elvis can't get there, just try and pass against Champ, and Dre'!