The advantages and disadvantages of the no-huddle, hurry-up offense in the NFL - SBNation.com
Last year was all about the read option. In 2013, the NFL world is buzzing about the hurry-up and no-huddle offenses. How will the latest round of offensive innovation impact the game?
Broncos News & Blogs
Broncos doing all they can to keep Von Miller in line | USA Today
Von Miller has rarely been seen by anyone but members of the Denver Broncos or his immediate family in the two weeks since starting his NFL-imposed six-game suspension.
Nate Jackson book excerpt: Slow Getting Up | The MMQB with Peter King
A Division III wideout from tiny Menlo College, Nate Jackson beat the odds and endured an endless pounding to last six seasons in the NFL. But the end was the hardest part of it all.
New York Giants: Three Irrefutable Keys to Beating the Denver Broncos - Yahoo Sports
The Broncos are coming off a season-opening demolition of the defending Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens behind seven touchdown passes from Peyton Manning. Meanwhile, the Giants are licking their wounds after a turnover-riddled loss to the Dallas Cowboys in Week 1.
Gray Matter Mailbag: Impressions of Week 1 | DenverBroncos.com
This week's fan questions cover the RB rotation, Eric Decker's performance and other takeaways from a Week 1 win.
Ball's Rookie Journal: Giants Week | DenverBroncos.com
Rookie RB Montee Ball's new entry discusses his first NFL game, the running back rotation and heading on the road in Week 2.
Working On Ground Game Takes Balancing Act | DenverBroncos.com
Independent analyst Andrew Mason takes a look at how the Broncos will look for balance between the running game and the passing game.
Julius Thomas evolves from Big Sky basketball star into pro football phenom - Denver Post
Not four years before his first NFL start, Julius Thomas was a basketball player at a Big Sky Conference school with the harebrained idea that hed pick up a second sport once his hoops eligibility expired.
Champ Bailey, Joel Dreessen ruled out for Broncos-Giants game Sunday - Denver Post
Neither cornerback Champ Bailey (foot) nor tight end Joel Dreessen (knee) will play in Sunday's game against the Giants in New York. Both sat out Friday's practice in advance of the trip.
Do Broncos need Champ Bailey? Favorite triangle? - Denver Post
Hochmans Happy Hour: Each weekday near quittin time, Denver Post sports columnist Benjamin Hochman primes the barstool banter. In this installment, Hochman takes questions.
Bronco Bites Week 2: Grinding the Giants | Bronco Planet
As the Denver Broncos take the field in New York this Sunday, they will be well prepared to meet the Giants. We as fans should also be prepared.
Denver Broncos Week Two Fantasy Football Preview vs. Giants - Predominantly Orange
The table for Manning Bowl ver. 3.0 is set, so let’s get down to business. Here’s my fantasy football advice as it pertains to the Broncos for their week two showdown in New York against the Giants.
5 perguntas com o Giants Brasil " BroncosBrasil.com
No próximo domingo o Denver Broncos pega a estrada para enfrentar o New York Giants lá na casa deles. Após uma vitória incontestável no jogo de abertura, o clima de confiança prevalece em Dove Valley. Contudo, não podemos esquecer que o NYG é um time com um bocado de conquistas e tradição e pode complicar bastante os nossos planos de vitória.
Semana 2: Broncos @ Giants – Injury Report " BroncosBrasil.com
Confira a lista de lesionados (Injury Report) do jogo de domingo entre Denver Broncos e New York Giants pela semana 2 da temporada 2013.
Preview: Broncos at New York Giants | DenverBroncos.com
NFL Films previews the Week 2 matchup between the Denver Broncos and the New York Giants.
Fox: Bailey Out Despite 'Making Great Progress' | DenverBroncos.com
Head coach John Fox says DB Champ Bailey will miss his second straight game despite "making great progress" on his injured foot.
AFC West Rival Roundup
KC Chiefs fans end Red Friday in style - Arrowhead Pride
Red Friday continues in downtown Kansas City. This is the Power and Light District in downtown Kansas City earlier this evening.
The San Diego Chargers will defeat the Philadelphia Eagles - Bolts From The Blue
Each week, John Gennaro gives you three reasons why the San Diego Chargers will defeat their upcoming opponent. Here are three reasons to be optimistic about their game against the Eagles on Sunday.
Raiders sign Marcel Reece to 3-year extension - Silver And Black Pride
The Oakland Raiders announced Friday they have signed fullback Marcel Reece to a three-year contract extension. In doing so, they lock up one of their key players who was set to become a free agent after this season.
NFL News & Blogs
Greg Bedard's NFL Weekend Notes Column | The MMQB with Peter King
Why Rex Ryan shouldn't worry about his job, why Chip Kelly should slow down, 10 things to consider before kickoff on Sunday and introducing a new pass-rush stat that will make sacks seem as outdated as leather helmets
Is Kerry Rhodes being blackballed for gay rumors? We doubt it. - Outsports
We examine the more probable reasons for Rhodes' unemployment, like his age and the possibility he is in the closet (as opposed to being out and proud)
Know the Score: 49ers vs. Seahawks headlines NFL Week 2 matchups - SBNation.com
We take a deep dive on Sunday night's NFC West clash before making some picks for the rest of the matchups in the NFL's second week.
Prop comedy: NFL betting with PFT Commenter - SBNation.com
Thinking of making some wagers this week? The NFL everyman fan is here to help you help your bottom line.
Buccaneers appear ready to exit Josh Freeman's wild ride - SBNation.com
Inconsistent performances and recent controversy has the talented yet troubled quarterback likely losing his grip on a starting role.
Trouble on the horizon? | National Football Post
An NFC assistant coach had gone through the video of Tampa Bay’s season-opening loss to the New York Jets earlier in the week and came away with an ominous concern for the Buccaneers coaching staff.
The Early Returns On Mike Shula Are Not Good | Football Perspective
Tom Brady and the Patriots ran 89 plays in week one. Chip Kelly’s Eagles ran 53 plays in the first half. The Denver hurry-up offense picked up 510 yards, and would have run more than their 68 plays had Peyton Manning stopped throwing touchdowns and prematurely ending drives.
WalterFootball.com: NFL Picks Against the Spread - Week 2, 2013
It's so weird going from a Terrelle Pryor-Chad Henne matchup to the Manning Bowl. It's amazing how much of a disparity there is at the quarterback position among certain teams in the NFL. Peyton Manning throws for seven touchdowns against the defending Super Bowl champions, while Henne backs up a guy who can't even complete a forward pass three days later. Crazy.
ReFo: NYJ @ NE, Week 2 | ProFootballFocus.com
Much of the pre-game and preseason talk was about how much the Patriots would beat the Jets by in this game, but for a variety of reasons this one was closer than many people would ever have imagined.
More from Mile High Report:
- Denver Broncos Defense: Blitzing the Ravens Part 3
- TV Broadcast Map: Denver Broncos vs. New York Giants (NFL Week 2, CBS)
- Denver Broncos at New York Giants Week 2 Injury Report
- Peyton Manning Will Be 2013 NFL MVP - Three Reasons Why
- Outsiders Perspective: New York Giants
- RIP: Denver Broncos Legend QB Frank Tripucka
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