Hall of Fame finalists: Morten Andersen surprisingly gets the nod - NFL.com
Ah, but when it comes to Terrell Davis, it's no surprise. TD seems to be that guy on the cusp -- a lightning rod in Hall of Fame discussion because of his limited tenure -- and I've gone back and forth on his candidacy in the past.
Peyton Manning, Denver Broncos pushing to shake playoff past - NFL.com
Does Peyton Manning's somewhat spotty playoff history impact how the Denver Broncos QB is preparing for Sunday's big game? Judy Battista explores. Plus 10 more divisional-round storylines.
Peyton Manning concedes the end of NFL career is near - NFL.com
Peyton Manning conceded Wednesday that "the light is at the end of the tunnel" for his playing career. How many years does the all-world quarterback have left with the Denver Broncos?
Importance of Playoffs Clear to Bailey | DenverBroncos.com
As another run at the postseason nears for the Broncos, cornerback Champ Bailey pointed out that "opportunities like this don’t come around that often."
Looking for a Fast Start | DenverBroncos.com
Offensive Coordinator Adam Gase said the offense's philosophy won't change in the postseason.
How former hoops star Julius Thomas became a key Broncos weapon | The MMQB
The former Portland State basketball star nearly gave up on his new sport after yet more ankle problems last season, but patience has paid off in a big way—and now he’s become one of Peyton Manning’s most dangerous weapons
Knowshon Moreno powers Denver Broncos in NFL playoffs - SI.com
You saw the tears. And you can't forget the tears because they were unlike any two tears you have seen. Maybe you saw them while watching CBS's broadcast of the Broncos game in Kansas City on Dec. 1, when cameras caught Denver running back Knowshon Moreno crying during the closing notes of the national anthem.
Only team that can beat Broncos is themselves | Cover 32
It may seem cocky, but Denver Broncos fans should be confident their team will win Sunday.
Broncos-Chargers 2014 Divisional Playoffs: By The Numbers | Bronco Planet
The (13-3) Denver Broncos (13-3) host the (10-7) San Diego Chargers on Sunday, Jan. 12th, at 2:40 p.m. MST for the right to participate in the AFC Championship game.
Wes Welker Brings Playoff Poise to the Broncos - Predominantly Orange
The last time the San Diego Chargers faced the Denver Broncos, the Bolts’ defense got a bit of a break. They didn’t have to worry about Wes Welker in the slot.
Divisional Round News
Ride the lightning | National Football Post
Nobody predicted the San Diego Chargers would still be standing come Divisional Round weekend. Yet, here they are.
Three Things the Chargers Offense Needs to Do to Beat the Broncos - Bolts From The Blue
Kyle Posey picks out three key things the Chargers offense must do to beat the Broncos.
Three Things the Chargers Defense Needs to Do to Beat the Broncos - Bolts From The Blue
Kyle Posey picks out three key things the Chargers defense must do to beat the Broncos.
Marques Colston flys under the radar, just the way he likes it | The MMQB with Peter King
But you already knew that about the Saints’ wideout. What you don’t know is how that compliment, from Bill Parcells of all people, helped make the Hofstra grad an NFL starter. Just give Colston all the credit for turning himself into one of the league’s most underappreciated stars.
Chargers at Broncos: Mason’s Three Point Stance | Fanspeak's AFC West Blog
The showdown for supremacy in the AFC West will kick off at 4:40 PM Sunday afternoon at Mile High Stadium in Denver. This marks the third meeting between the two teams this season. The Broncos knocked the Chargers off 28-20 in Week 10, and San Diego returned the favor by posting a 27-20 victory in the rematch a month later.
NFL Related News
Redskins hire Jay Gruden to be the team's next head coach - SBNation.com
Two weeks after firing Mike Shanahan, the Washington Redskins hired Cincinnati Bengals offensive coordinator to be the team's next head coach.
The 2013 NFL all-disappointment team - SBNation.com
Sure, it looks like a Pro Bowl team, and that's what makes it so hard to stomach the results. Jason Chilton takes a look at this season's most disappointing performers.
Collapses, comebacks & getting ready to do it all again - SBNation.com
Retired defensive end Stephen White opens up his first postseason edition of his Notebook.
The Face of the Nationals is... Tom Brady? - SBNation.com
This makes a certain kind of sense, really.
ReFo: Auburn vs. Florida State, BCS Championship | ProFootballFocus.com
After a successful run last year, we’ve ventured back into the college game to analyze this year’s BCS National Championship. The BCS’s swan song gave us one of its best games as the Florida State Seminoles narrowly edged the Auburn Tigers 34-31 to notch their first national championship since 1999.