Bailey: 'When I Feel Good, I'll Be Out There' | DenverBroncos.com
Cornerback Champ Bailey addresses his health in advance of the team's Week 4 matchup with Philadelphia.
Broncos News & Blogs
Notebook: Gase On Turnovers, Eagles D | DenverBroncos.com
Offensive Coordinator Adam Gase addressed the Broncos' fumbles against the Raiders and assessed the Eagles defense.
DRC Anticipating Matchup vs. Jackson | DenverBroncos.com
CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie said he's ready for the challenge of defending former teammate DeSean Jackson.
Kayvon Webster making mark on Broncos special teams, at nickel - Denver Post
Maybe the ever-expanding subculture of draftnik geeks do have lives. They all whiffed on Kayvon Webster. Small school. Losing football program. No picks.
Tony Carter back at Broncos practice; Rod Smith works with receivers - Denver Post
Only safety Duke Ihenacho and linebacker Paris Lenon did not participate in the Broncos' Thursday practice. Ihenacho aggravated an ankle injury on Monday against the Oakland Raiders, and Lenon is dealing with a thigh injury.
Twitter, NFL reach deal to show football videos - The Denver Post
The National Football league struck a deal to show game highlights and other video content on Twitter ahead of the short messaging service's initial public offering of stock.
Broncos-Eagles: Game Notes | Bronco Planet
The (3-0) Denver Broncos will host the (1-2) Philadelphia Eagles this Sunday afternoon looking to maintain their perfect record. The Broncos, coming off a victory over division rival Oakland Raiders 37-21 on Monday Night have a short time to prepare for this contest, whereas the Eagles, having lost to the Kansas City Chiefs 16-26 on Thursday night, are well rested.
Inside the Villain's Venue: Denver Broncos vs. Philadelphia Eagles - Predominantly Orange
This week we’re taking you inside the Eagles’ next as the Broncos look to go 2-0 against NFC East teams so far this year. We talked to Mike Burke of Eagles Faithful to get his take on the team’s ground game, Chip Kelly, and the struggling defense.
Should Denver try to trade for Jordan Gross? - It's All Over, Fat Man!
The NFL's trade deadline is still 4.5 weeks away (4pm ET on Tue, Oct 29), and no team (except for the Browns) is ready to cut bait on 2013.
Locker Room: 'Competitive' Matchup | DenverBroncos.com
Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie talks about facing his former team, and Julius Thomas says ball security is "the number one focus."
Bailey: 'It's Been Tough' | DenverBroncos.com
Cornerback Champ Bailey talks to the press about his injured foot after Thursday's practice.
Gase Still Wants to See Improvement | DenverBroncos.com
Offensive coordinator Adam Gase talks to the press after Thursday's practice.
Del Rio on Eagles' Vick, McCoy | DenverBroncos.com
Defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio talks to the press after Thursday's practice.
Fox on Rodgers-Cromartie, Philly Offense | DenverBroncos.com
Head Coach John Fox talks to the press after Thursday's practice.
AFC West Rival Roundup
The new-look, same-old Chargers must learn to close out games | The MMQB
After bringing in a new GM and a new coach this offseason, San Diego appeared to turn a corner with a last-second win over the Eagles in Week 2. But not so fast. Why does this franchise continue to choke in close games?
Giants bring 0-3 record into Arrowhead to face unbeaten KC Chiefs - Arrowhead Pride
Ryan Scott Hall hosts the Amateur Hour every Sunday at 6:30 p.m. and also writes "Start me up", a weekly column on the upcoming opponent. This week: New York Giants.
Raiders with second straight sell out, week 4 game vs Redskins to be televised locally - Silver And Black Pride
The word has come down that the Raiders' week four home game versus the visiting Washington Redskins has sold out and will not be blacked out locally. This is the second straight sell out for the Raiders this season.
The Chargers young defensive line needs to step up - Bolts From The Blue
Heading into 2013, the Bolts knew they were thin at a lot of positions, including defensive line. What they did not expect was for the starters to be this bad. The defense as a whole has tanked so far, and they will only get better when the defensive line plays to it's enormous potential.
NFL News & Blogs
The once vaunted Cover 2 pass coverage is on the verge of extinction | The MMQB
For two decades the two-high safety look was a staple of Sunday afternoons. But better quarterbacks, more receivers and quicker routes are altering defensive philosophies. Just watch the Bears-Lions game this weekend.
Are NFL ground games grounded? - SBNation.com
Rushing numbers are down through three weeks of the 2013 NFL season. Is there an overall trend or just circumstances?
Breaking Madden: Let's bring Brian Hoyer down a peg - SBNation.com
It must be that time of year again. Here we go again with Hoyer-mania. Now that Brian Hoyer has started a game for the Browns, the Hoyer-heads are out in force, and they just can't get enough of his 31-27 win over the Vikings.
NFL picks, Week 4: Bet on the NFC East for a change - SBNation.com
Finally, a pair of NFC East teams have favorable matchups. The other two have friendly spreads to cover. Is it finally time to pay attention to the least important division of 2013?
NFL defenses adapt quickly to read-option offenses - SBNation.com
The NFL's shock offensive scheme from a year ago is already becoming more difficult, as two of its biggest proponents are leading their teams in a different direction.
2013 NFL power rankings consensus, Week 4: Colts, Jets surging - SBNation.com
It was all but certain that the NFC was going to continue to be the dominant conference in 2013. The rankings indicate that's no longer the case.
Quarterback watch, Week 4: Josh Freeman falls out of the chair - SBNation.com
The first big change of the NFL season came down on Wednesday when the Bucs made the switch to a rookie. Here's a list of others that could get the axe, including a certain New York QB that's actually not on the Jets.
Week 4 Game Probabilities - Better Outlook for Giants - NYTimes.com
Weekly game probabilities return for 2013. In this space, we will reveal the outcome probabilities for each week’s N.F.L. games while examining interesting aspects of game prediction and football analytics.
NFP power rankings | National Football Post
The numbers in brackets indicate each team’s Power Ranking, which is based on a scale of 1-100. These numbers can be used as a baseline to determine the point spread between any two teams on the list.
That's that | National Football Post
It was essentially a fait anxiously waiting to pair up with an accompli (a term that basically translates into "done deal," for those lacking a foreign language dictionary) ever since it became obvious a couple weeks ago that Tampa Bay second-year coach Greg Schiano and quarterback Josh Freeman were at odds and could no longer co-exist.
Week 3 Game Scripts and Average Field Position | Football Perspective
The 2013 season started with two weeks of extremely close games; week three brought on the blowouts. On Monday Night Football, Peyton Manning, Eric Decker, Wes Welker, Demaryius Thomas, and Julius Thomas decimated the Oakland Raiders, helping Denver jump out to a 27-7 halftime lead.
NFL Week 4 Predictions & Game by Game Analysis | Fanspeak NFL Blog
Denver is just dominating right now, and Peyton Manning can seemingly do no wrong. That likely won't change this week against the Eagles who have struggled defensively. The Broncos are used to seeing up tempo and their defense should give the Eagles some problems in the game.
Yesterday on Mile High Report:
- Bronco Mike: Tellin' it like it is
- Denver Broncos vs. Philadelphia Eagles Injury Report: Thursday
- Broncos Start 'Em, Sit 'Em for Week 4
- Denver Broncos Power Rankings Around the Web for Week 4
- Create-a-Caption: You Smell Nice
- Peyton Manning Passing Game: By the Numbers
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