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Broncos vs. Packers: Fox | DenverBroncos.com
Head Coach John Fox talks about Sunday's 49-23 loss to the Packers.
Rodgers leads Packers to a laughably easy win over Broncos, 49-23 - The Denver Post
GREEN BAY, Wisc. — For a little more than 2 hours, Aaron Rodgers had a new toy. He would push a button, and watch the Broncos secondary slowly shuffle while Packers receivers would sprint.
Broncos' Fox sticking with Orton at QB - The Denver Post
"We need our starting quarterback to get experience for us to improve. That's the idea behind that. You know he needs to get better in our system," Fox said. "I know he gets judged on the past couple of years, but we're trying to get him better in our system and use that experience to get better."
Broncos fans agree there's no reason to keep Kyle Orton as the starting QB - The Denver Post
It was a laugher all right. Such a knee-slapper I had to walk out and do yard work. If you're going to utilize Tim Tebow, you don't make him a running back on your own side of the 50 and run him straight into the pile.
Aaron Rodgers' epic 6-TD performance vs. Broncos gives him early MVP edge - Peter King - SI.com
Tim Tebow is lost at sea in the Rocky Mountains. Tebow's total offensive output in the first quarter of 2011: minus-one yard. No passes. One rush. I continue to be mystified that the 23rd-ranked offensive team in the NFL cannot find a package of plays for a fullback/wingback/quarterback/wildcat-quarterback with the determination of a Brahma bull.
Broncos' Von Miller a bright spot in loss to Packers - The Denver Post
When Aaron Rodgers finished smashing the Broncos defensive playbook into tiny pieces, he offered an assessment of his six- touchdown day.
NFL Game Center: Denver Broncos at Green Bay Packers - 2011 Week 4
So even on a day when he threw for a career-high 408 yards and tied a career best with four touchdown passes, Rodgers was perhaps most pleased with his two rushing touchdowns in the Green Bay Packers' 49-23 rout of the Denver Broncos on Sunday.
Fox sticks with Orton, Packers rout Broncos - Boulder Daily Camera
"Well, that and we did it once and it lost yardage," Fox said. "That wasn't all on him by any stretch. It didn't prove to be real beneficial, so we went a different direction. I thought all in all we moved the ball pretty effectively. We just didn't score as many points as we needed to."
George Diaz: Time for Broncos to start Tim Tebow at QB - Orlando Sentinel
I have no idea whether Tim Tebow will sizzle or fizzle if he ever gets behind center on a consistent basis for the Denver Broncos. But I do know this: Denver is 1-3 and going nowhere fast with Kyle.
Denver Broncos' "Tebow package" limited to one snap against Green Bay Packers - The Denver Post
Even Packers fans, who have the best quarterback on the planet, wanted Broncos coach John Fox to put in Tim Tebow.
Packers keep momentum with onside kick - The Denver Post
Already up 14-3 with 50 seconds remaining in the first quarter, Packers coach Mike McCarthy tried to put the hammer down early on the Broncos.
Green Bay Packers cornerback Charles Woodson returns to the end zone - The Denver Post
Charles Woodson knew exactly how many career interceptions he had when he woke up Sunday morning. He knew exactly how many he had taken back for touchdowns too.
Postgame quotes from Broncos and Packers - The Denver Post
Postgame thoughts from the Broncos 49-23 loss to the Packers.
Offensive Progress Overshadowed | DenverBroncos.com
Head Coach John Fox felt his offense was impressive at times vs. Green Bay, but turnovers proved to be too much to overcome. (Impressive Indeed!!! USA USA USA)
Packers 49, Broncos 23: By the Numbers | MaxDenver.com
Notes and numbers from the Broncos’ third loss of the 2011 season, to the Green Bay Packers here Sunday afternoon.
Packers 49, Broncos 23: Three Observations | MaxDenver.com
Three observations from the Broncos’ 49-23 loss to the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field here Sunday.
Six Words or Less: Your Thoughts on Broncos-Packers | MaxDenver.com
As the Broncos lost for the third time this season and 23rd time in their last 30 games, once more we asked fans to describe their feelings on the 49-23 defeat at Green Bay in six words or less.
Shanahan beats McDaniels in Pat Bowlen Bowl | First-and-Orange
In a game pitting the Broncos’ two most recent fired head coaches against each other, the Washington Redskins and head coach Mike Shanahan defeated the St. Louis Rams and offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels, 17-10.
Don't give the billboard guy too much credit for Tim Tebow | First-and-Orange
It was on the way home from Nashville, Tenn. on Sunday night that Broncos head coach John Fox and offensive coordinator Mike McCoy started troubleshooting about how to get more production from their offense.
NFP Week 4 Sunday Rewind | National Football Post
Let’s look back at the Week 4 Sunday action in the NFL. Ten topics you should be talking about, plus some Xs and Os and more reaction to what we saw on the field.
Sam Farmer on the NFL: A league deals with its trust issues - LA Times
Four weeks into the NFL season, and whom can you trust? Philadelphia can't trust its rookie kicker. Alex Henery was wide right on two field-goal tries in the fourth quarter of a 24-23 home loss to San Francisco.
NFL Today, Week 4 - The Washington Post
Aaron Rodgers, Packers, threw for a career-high 408 yards and tied a career best with four touchdown passes to go with two touchdowns rushing in Green Bay’s 49-23 win over Denver.
First Pick In 2012 NFL Draft, Andrew Luck, WR, Stanford - Mocking The Draft
In case you missed this little highlight from Saturday's Stanford v. UCLA game, which featured soon-to-be-very-rich quarterback Andrew Luck throwing for 227 yards, 3 touchdowns, and completing 85% of his passes, we present for you Mr. Luck doing his best 'slash' impersonation.