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Soaking in a Win on Victory Monday |
Willis McGahee, Von Miller and Eddie Royal spend part of their off day talking about Sunday's 38-24 win in Oakland.

John Elway says Broncos' Tim Tebow improved against the Raiders | First-and-Orange
Broncos executive John Elway said quarterback Tim Tebow showed improvement in Sunday’s 38-24 win over Oakland, but added that he needs to be better throwing the football. news: Broncos turn to read-option to highlight Tebow's strengths
The Denver Broncos used an unorthodox approach to better serve their unconventional quarterback, Tim Tebow, during Sunday's 38-24 victory over the Oakland Raiders.

Eddie Royal Has Best Game Of The Season In Oakland " CBS Denver
A few years ago Broncos wide receiver Eddie Royal had his coming out party in Oakland. This year he had his best game of the season Sunday afternoon against the Raiders in Oakland.

Broncos hitting target with Tebow's progress - The Denver Post
In the seconds it took the Broncos to run two plays late in the first quarter Sunday in Oakland, observers got a perfect snapshot of the Tim Tebow Experience.

Broncos' offensive front won battles to make option work - The Denver Post
The option's out of the bag for the Broncos. They trampled the Raiders for 299 yards rushing Sunday and had two players — quarterback Tim Tebow and running back Willis McGahee — top 100 yards in the game.

In Tebow Debate, a Clash of Faith and Football -
At the intersection of faith and football, the fervor that surrounds both Tebow’s beliefs and his struggles in his second season for the Denver Broncos has escalated into a full-blown national debate over religion and its place in sports.

Denver Broncos News

John Fox Press Conference |
Head Coach John Fox talks about Sunday's 38-24 win against the Raiders.

Broncos coaches go back to college for Tebow - Boulder Daily Camera
Tim Tebow is not a prototypical NFL passer and may never become one. So, the Denver Broncos used an unorthodox approach with their unconventional quarterback. The Broncos confounded the Oakland Raiders with the same system that Tebow operated so successfully at the University of Florida: the read-option run strategy.

Krieger: Broncos' Tebow earns right to keep starting - The Denver Post
Last weeks goats are this weeks heroes. Broncodom has turned into a manic-depressive support group, bouncing from the lowest lows last week to the highest highs this week.

Broncos' Eddie Royal makes most of opportunity to return punt - The Denver Post
Some things in football are well planned. Eddie Royals game Sunday in Oakland showed there always should be a place for spontaneity.

Broncos' eyes on the Kansas City Chiefs - The Denver Post
The Chiefs four-game winning streak was snapped in embarrassing fashion with a 31-3 home loss to the previously winless Miami Dolphins.

Denver Broncos Blogs

Notebook: Fox Talks Run, Royal, Record |
Head Coach John Fox met the media Monday on the heels of Sunday's 38-24 win against the Raiders.

Offense Continuing to Evolve |
With Tim Tebow starting at quarterback the Denver offense has made several adjustments and Sunday vs. Oakland that unit showed signs of progress.

AFC West is Wide Open |
The Denver Broncos Sunday posted a stirring come-from-behind 38-24 win over the Oakland Raiders at the Coliseum, better known and forever regarded as the Black Hole.

Thoughts on the Denver Broncos Big Win Over the Raiders - Predominantly Orange
Thoughts on the demolition of the Oakland Raiders (In no particular order).

Tim Tebow, Denver Broncos Look Strong vs. Oakland Raiders | Opposing Views
Tim Tebow gets by with a little help from his friends. On Sunday, his friends didn’t just "help" — they dominated.

What’s a locked out NBA player to do? Tebow, of course | First-and-Orange
A few weeks ago, it was LeBron James congratulating Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow via Twitter. Now another Florida-based NBA star is getting in on the action.

Hit on Broncos S Rahim Moore scary, but not as bad as feared | First-and-Orange
Broncos rookie safety Rahim Moore was already back into his gameday suit when his teammates returned to the visitors’ locker room last night at Stadium in Oakland

NFL News

NFL Power Rankings, Week 10: Aaron Rodgers Is A Good Quarterback - SB Nation Arizona
Week 10 of the NFL Power Rankings is upon us and it's more of the same, really. The only real surprise is Andy Dalton and the Cincinnati Bengals, but their presence among the elite is dubious, at best.

No such thing as statement wins in the NFL anymore - The Washington Post
Here’s a definitive statement about the NFL: There no longer are statement wins. Just look what happened to the Steelers after their big victory over the Patriots, or the Chiefs after their fortunate win against the Chargers.

Indianapolis finds itself in new territory as NFL’s last winless team - The Washington Post
At the Colts complex, the first Monday of November is usually reserved for taking an extra day off and contemplating the playoff picture.

No one in the NFL can fill the void of Peyton Manning's absence - LA Times
The injured Indianapolis quarterback is the ultimate star, with his excellence on the field and regular-guy attitude and sense of humor off it. The winless Colts, of course, miss him most.

Denver Broncos Fans

Ask A Chiefs Fan - Wild, Wild West Edition - Mile High Report
Hello, MHR.  I know it's early in the week, but my internet is liable to disappear by this time tomorrow (more on that later) so I'll get this up early.  Meanwhile, congratulations to the Broncos on their stunning and delicious win at the hands of the Raiders. 

McCoy, Tebow, McGahee, and the Zone Read - Mile High Report
So in the post-game thread yesterday I made a somewhat extended comment arguing that offensive coordinator Mike McCoy deserved a lot of credit for putting together a quality offensive gameplan. My argument was actually two-fold, and I'll summarize for those who didn't see my comment.

Broncos at Raiders Trip Report-Mission Accomplished!!! - Mile High Report
I scored some last minute tickets to Sunday's game and decided to go. What a scene out there. Going to the Smuthole that is Oakland Coliseum I had a pretty good idea what to expect and Raider fan did not disappoint.

Broncos vs Raiders: The No Bull Review - Mile High Report
Congratulations, Broncos Country!  We beat the raiders in their house...just beating them is a huge deal to me.  We could tank out the rest of the season and I'll be happy for this one game to be completely honest.  

Luff Rumblings, The Return - Mile High Report
Hey folks!  It's been way too long.... I miss you guys.  I know my return coincides with our best win in years, apparently that's what it takes for a Luff to find the strength to write a fan-post.  :)

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