Bench Peyton Manning against the Jaguars? PredictionMachine.com
It may seem like the drop from 95.8% with Manning to 85.8% with Osweiler is significant but it is not. A win percentage of 85.8% would be the third highest win percentage generated this season. This is a testament to the offensive jugernaut (Demaryius Thomas, Wes Welker, Eric Decker, plus a stable of capable running backs and tight ends) that the Broncos have built but also the resounding failure of the Jaguars.
Champ Bailey of Denver Broncos set to make season debut - ESPN
Cornerback Champ Bailey closed out a quality week of practice and will play in his first game of the season Sunday against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Jacksonville Jaguars could beat Denver Broncos—here's how | The MMQB with Peter King
Well, here at The MMQB, we’ve written quite a lot about team No. 32 this week, the Jacksonville Jaguars. Much has centered on the concept that this is one horrible team, with so much to do to even think .
Manningmania takes Broncos fandom to a new level - The Denver Post
The Broncos arent just 5-0 and overwhelming favorites entering Sundays home game against winless Jacksonville. They are 5-0 with a 16-game regular-season winning streak dating to last year.
Klis: Take this to the bank: Big underdogs can bite - The Denver Post
Gamblers, beware. Bet on the Broncos and lay the 26½ points against the Jacksonville Jaguars if you must. Just know that the history of such underdogs likes the Jaguars to cover.
Fattening Up on the Jaguars offensive line - It's All Over, Fat Man!
Doc introduces us to the Jaguars' offensive line in advance of their game with the Broncos
Broncos' Knowshon Moreno aims to be go-to running back - ESPN
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. -- There was a time when Knowshon Moreno was buried on the Broncos' depth chart, his roster spot sporting more than a few cracks...
W2W4: Denver Broncos-Jacksonville Jaguars - ESPN
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. -- For days the Broncos have been surrounded in their home city, surrounded by swirl of discussion over point spreads and remember...
Broncos Q&A: Defensive tackle Terrance "Pot Roast" Knighton - The Denver Post
Terrance Knighton would like to warn readers: These are not going to be boring answers. The Broncos defensive tackle was the man of the moment for much of the week in Denver; he played the first four years of his career for the Jacksonville Jaguars, who are coming to town this weekend.
NFLPA says Schiano is Freeman leak, wants him questioned
The NFL Players Association wants the league to participate in a joint investigation that would allow union officials to question the man they believe is behind a breach of quarterback Josh Freeman's
NFLPA wants joint investigation of reported Josh Freeman leak - NFL.com
The NFLPA has recognized that it cannot get any deeper into the Josh Freeman, Tampa Bay Buccaneers leak of the quarterback's involvement in the drug program, so the union has asked for a joint investigation into the matter.
Injury roundup: Marshawn Lynch to start for Seahawks - NFL.com
Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch is questionable against the Titans with a hip ailment and a non-injury issue, but he'll be ready to go, Ian Rapoport reported. Here's the rest of Sunday's injury news.
Rob Gronkowski not cleared, unlikely for Patriots - NFL.com
Rob Gronkowski has been sidelined all season. It's unlikely to change in Week 6, as the star tight end was not cleared by Dr. James Andrews to play Sunday when the New England Patriots host the New Orleans Saints.
Colts fans' dilemma: See Peyton or sell tickets for big money
Demand for the game 'is very good' and has been for about six months
Brett Favre in great shape, not mulling NFL comeback - NFL.com
Brett Favre said the rumors that he could play in the NFL might have been true from a physical standpoint. Although he says he's in shape, he's moved on to the next phase of his life.
NFL full of players who go from undrafted to unstoppable - The Denver Post
Every spring, when the NFL draft ends, Broncos executive vice president of football operations John Elway gathers his coaches, scouts and other staff members in a room. The minute the 254th player comes off the draft board, Elway and his staff go into overdrive trying to sign college free agents and build their roster to around 90 players.