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Denver Broncos News: Horse Tracks - 9/28/11

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Scouting report: Denver Broncos, who play Green Bay Packers on Sunday | Green Bay Press Gazette
Following is a scouting report on the Denver Broncos (1-2), based on interviews with coaches and scouts whose teams have played them this season. The Broncos play the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field on Sunday afternoon.

If Broncos don't have a "best chance to win," why not change the goal for 2011? - The Denver Post
The question from a fan was innocent enough and certainly posed cheerfully enough by Susie Wargin on John Elways TV show. "Besides the goal of winning, what do you want the team to accomplish this year?"

Rahim Moore: Packers Will Be The Best Team I’ve Ever Played Against " CBS Denver
Denver Broncos rookie safety Rahim Moore is excited to travel to Green Bay to on the Packers next Sunday. He was the guest on CBS4's Xfinity Monday Live!

Like usual, Fox still has confidence in Orton -
It seems like every week after a Broncos loss, coach John Fox has to explain that Kyle Orton is still his starting quarterback and that he’s not tapping Tim Tebow on the shoulder to come and save the day (unless, that is, he’s desperate for a wide receiver).

The NFL’s worst regular-season collapses since 2007: A fan's take - Yahoo! Sports
There was a time when Josh McDaniels wasn't blamed for everything in Denver, Colo. In fact, he was adored by Denver Broncos fans when he initially replaced Mike Shanahan as the Broncos' head coach before the 2009-10 season started.

Denver Broncos News

Tulare Union grad Virgil Green continues to work hard as member of Denver Broncos |
There's very little doubt about Virgil Green's work ethic. It's one of the things he's most proud of and one of the reasons he's playing in the NFL right now.

New Broncos Quan Cosby, Jonathan Wilhite helping despite short time with team - The Denver Post
Much of the time the NFL is an exercise in folks trying to prepare for every outcome, review every scenario.

Kyle Orton's height not a factor in batted balls at the line - The Denver Post
Kyle Orton, who is 6-foot-4, is like any other quarterback. His passes are at risk if the defensive linemen get too far up the field or if he tries to throw too many passes off his back foot.

Broncos' defense needs to get itself off the field - The Denver Post
Three weeks in and here are a few things the Broncos need to repair that have nothing to do with how many snaps Tim Tebow does or doesnt take on offense.

Denver Broncos Blogs

Food For Thought |
Several Broncos spent time at FoodWorks Colorado Tuesday, helping sort food and load trucks in an effort to feed the low-income community.

Broncos defense, Miller, in good company - BroncoTalk
The Denver Broncos offense hasn't done anything flashy under new coach John Fox so far this season, but much to the credit of Fox and defensive coordinator

Fox sticks with Orton despite losing skid - AFC West Blog - ESPN
Expect this to be a tradition in Denver on Monday after the Broncos lose: So, John Fox, are you ready to demote Kyle Orton?

Kyle Orton Could Have Nice Game Against Packers, If You Trust Him - SB Nation Denver
Kyle Orton could have a big day against the Packers, like Drew Brees and Cam Newton did. But do you trust Orton to come up with that performance after what he's shown so far this season?

NFL News

Proposed Los Angeles football stadium plan gets boost –
Citing job creation, California governor signs bill to expedite resolution of legal challenges to AEG's $1.2 billion plan for Farmers Field.

Super Bowl XLVIII logo embraces NFL's frosty heritage - NFL - Sporting News
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell is ready to sing "Let It Snow" at a Super Bowl, and he's hoping he'll get the chance as early as February 2014.

NFL Power Rankings Week 4: ESPN Drops Broncos To No. 26 - SB Nation Denver
ESPN's Week 4 NFL power rankings, the Broncos fell two spots from No. 24 to No. 26. The blurb doesn't mention Kyle Orton or Tim Tebow. It doesn't even try to say something about John Fox's call on fourth and goal in the fourth quarter.