Broncos power away from Giants with three-TD burst | ProFootballTalk
Buoyed by stout defense and propelled forward by an offense that picked up its play in the second half, the Broncos rolled to an impressive 41-23 win against the Giants at MetLife Stadium on Sunday.
Broncos News & Blogs
Broncos vs. Giants 2013 final score: Peyton wins Manning bowl, 41-23 - SBNation.com
It wasn't seven touchdowns, but the elder Manning beat his younger brother in the head-to-head matchup, 41-23.
Broncos Beat Giants 41-23 | DenverBroncos.com
RB Knowshon Moreno scored two touchdowns and QB Peyton Manning threw for two more against the Giants.
Peyton’s Take: Broncos at Giants | DenverBroncos.com
Peyton Manning finished 30-of-43 for 307 yards, two touchdowns, zero interceptions with a QB rating of 105.5 in Denver’s Week 2 win against the Giants.
Peyton Manning, Broncos blowout N.Y. Giants as Denver QB stellar again - Denver Post
Nobody seriously believes Eli Manning is a better QB than his brother Peyton Manning, do they? For the third time in three games against each other, big brother Peyton showed little brother Eli how quarterback is played.
Kiszla: Peyton Manning's win over Giants a scouting trip to New Jersey - Denver Post
Want to know the real purpose of Denvers visit to the stadium that Eli Manning and the New York Giants call home? Staking out the joint.
Knowshon Moreno plows over Giants as Broncos' go-to running back - Denver Post
It was a physics lesson on turf. Shoulder down, perfect angle, 220 pounds of brute force traveling at the speed of an NFL game.
Broncos defense steps up again without Von Miller, Champ Bailey - Denver Post
Two games into 2013 without their biggest defensive stars, the Broncos are 2-0 with six combined interceptions against the past two Super Bowl MVPs.
Eli Manning falls to brother Petyon as Broncos defense nabs four INTs - Denver Post
For the second consecutive week, with the weight of a game on his shoulders, Eli Manning sagged.
Denver Broncos Belittle NY Giants 41-23 at MetLife - Predominantly Orange
Broncos defensive end Robert Ayers (91) grabs New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning (10) in the 4th quarter during the game at MetLife Stadium. (Robert D
New Jersey Natives Show Up Big For Broncos in Week Two Win - Predominantly Orange
There were a few Broncos players who returned home to New Jersey in week two for the team’s 41-23 win over the New York Giants.
Gut Reaction: Week 2 - Broncos @ Giants - It's All Over, Fat Man!
Under Peyton Manning, it’s become a well-known story. The Broncos come out and see what the defense wants to do. They run, they pass, they do a little dance. They even score a few points.
Manning and Broncos Offense Frighteningly Still Have Room to Grow | Bleacher Report
Peyton Manning has the Denver Broncos offense rolling to open the 2013 season, but the scary part is that this unit hasn't even begun to reach its full potential.
Giants Postgame: Manning | DenverBroncos.com
QB Peyton Manning spoke to the media after the Broncos win over the Giants Sunday.
EXCLUSIVE: Locker Room Celebration | DenverBroncos.com
Go inside the Broncos locker room immediately after Sunday's win per the Giants.
Week 2: Broncos vs. Giants | DenverBroncos.com
The Broncos topped the New York Giants 41-23 Sunday at MetLife Stadium.
Giants Postgame: Fox | DenverBroncos.com
Head Coach John Fox talks to the press after Sunday's win over the Giants.
In-Game Photos: Broncos at Giants | DenverBroncos.com
View photos from the Broncos Week Two matchup at the New York Giants
AFC West Rival Roundup
KC Chiefs wear red on red uniforms; will they ever wear it again? - Arrowhead Pride
The KC Chiefs surprised us all by wearing red jerseys AND red pants -- a first in franchise history. So how did the red on red idea come about? And will the Chiefs ever wear it again?
Dontari Poe is 'pretty dominant force' and more quotes from Andy Reid - Arrowhead Pride
KC Chiefs head coach Andy Reid addressed the media following the 17-16 victory over the Dallas Cowboys, which moved the Chiefs to 2-0 on their schedule.
This defense can win games, and more takeaways - Arrowhead Pride
The Kansas City Chiefs beat the Dallas Cowboys, 17-16, to move to 2-0 on the season. What did we learn from the KC Chiefs second victory of the season? These six things.
Cowboys' Tony Romo, Jason Garrett on the KC Chiefs defensive effort - Arrowhead Pride
The Kansas City Chiefs defense showed up in a big way over the Dallas Cowboys. Tony Romo and Jason Garrett discussed the Chiefs defensive play after the game.
Chargers win 33-30 slugfest with last-minute field goal - Bolts From The Blue
The San Diego Chargers return to .500, winning today's matchup against the much-ballyhooed Philadelphia Eagles with a last-minute field goal by Nick Novak.
Raiders inability to finish drives vs Jaguars a major concern - Silver And Black Pride
If a moral victory is when a team plays well in a loss, what do you call the underwhelming performance by the Raiders against the Jaguars Sunday?
NFL News & Blogs
Rodgers, Rivers, Vick make NFL history | ProFootballTalk
As MDS recently pointed out, the 400-yard passing game is no longer special. It got less special on Sunday. According to the NFL, three quarterbacks threw for more than 400 yards and no interceptions on the same day for the first time in league history.
Crown-of-helmet rule creates mixed bag of calls | ProFootballTalk
After 82 games with no issues regarding the new rule preventing forcible contact against an opponent with the crown of the helmet, the new standard came up three times on Sunday.
Officials should have thrown flag for hit on Floyd | ProFootballTalk
Chargers receiver Malcom Floyd exited Sunday's win over the Eagles with a potentially serious injury. It happened on a play during which the officials should have thrown a flag.
Robert Griffin III says he can be a "stern leader" if needed | ProFootballTalk
There has been a lot of focus on Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III's play in the two weeks of the season, and that's not going to change, especially with Washington starting 0-2.
NFP Sunday Blitz | National Football Post
What’s a 26-year-old quarterback, one who has been a starter since halfway through his rookie season in the league and whose dossier includes 57 starts (and counting), worth on the open market? Well, the NFL, and everyone else, could find out in about six months.
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