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Denver Broncos News: Horse Tracks - 9/30/13

After weeks of dumbassery by and their insistence on putting the Chiefs ahead of our Broncos in the divisional standings, they finally have it right. Note to Broncos: Hang 50 on every team in order to gain respect...
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Jack Del Rio says focus is on current job - ESPN
DENVER -- Looking as relaxed as a guy can look when he’s the defensive coordinator of a team that has yet to have two of its best players in its

Broncos briefs: Jack Del Rio will stay through entire season - The Denver Post
Come February, when the NFL season is finished and Jack Del Rio is no longer under contract with the Broncos, he can make whatever career move he deems best.

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Bronco Planet
Check out this video blog on the Broncos historic victory against the Eagles

Locker Room Buzz: Denver Broncos - Denver Broncos Blog - ESPN
DENVER -- Observed in the locker room after the Denver Broncos' 52-20 win against the Philadelphia Eagles: Catch their breath: Because of Trindon Hol

Broncos have all the answers — so far - Denver Broncos Blog - ESPN
DENVER -- In the growing avalanche of numbers, career bests and team records pouring down the east side of the Continental Divide four games into thi

Peyton has Broncos riding high - Stats & Info Blog - ESPN
Ron Chenoy/USA TODAY SportsPeyton Manning's Total QBR is a big reason why the Broncos are 4-0 this seasonAs a reminder, Total QBR is a quarterback ra

Broncos defense adjusts to shut down Eagles, Michael Vick - The Denver Post
Tick, tick, tick. They cant help but hate the clock, at least on a day like this one. The bench doesnt even get warm beneath them, sometimes.

Hochman: Broncos treating the NFL like it's the preseason - The Denver Post
Does it even matter? Does it even matter that the Broncos slapped around the Eagles like some college dorm kid playing Madden while sipping a smuggled six pack?

Kiszla: Broncos, showing no mercy, are running the score up on the NFL - The Denver Post
Is there such a thing as running up the score in pro football? Does the NFL believe in mercy?

Paige: Peyton Manning is the real Surgeon General - The Denver Post
In Colorado lately, weve seen fire, and weve seen rain, and weve seen Peyton, and weve seen Thunder.

Special Effort By Special Teams
The Broncos score two touchdowns on special teams in Sunday's 52-20 win against the Eagles.

Historic Third Quarter Fuels Broncos’ Win
The Broncos outgained the Eagles 214-20 and outscored them 21-0 in the third quarter.

Defense Wears Down Eagles’ Attack
After absorbing some early blows, the Broncos defense ultimately wore down the Eagles' offensive attack in Sunday's 52-20 win.

Peyton’s Take: Broncos vs. Eagles
Peyton Manning finished 28-of-34 with 327 yards and four touchdowns in the Week 4 win.

NFLN: Peyton Manning Highlights
Watch highlights from Manning's four-touchdown game against Philadelphia.

Manning Continues Scorching Pace
Quarterback Peyton Manning continued to set records in the Broncos' 52-20 win Sunday.

Best Yet to Come for Broncos O?
Independent analyst Andrew Mason examines the record-breaking performance of the Broncos offense through four games.

Broncos-Record 52 Points Ground Eagles
The Broncos exploded for a franchise-record 52 points Sunday afternoon to defeat the Philadelphia Eagles and move to 4-0.

NFLN: Broncos vs. Eagles Highlights
Peyton Manning threw for over 300 yards and added four touchdown passes to help his team score a franchise-record 52 points in a blowout win over the Philadelphia Eagles.

Locker Room: Eagles Postgame
Players talk about the Broncos record setting 52-points, Trindon Holliday's kick return and the defensive effort against the Eagles.

With Trindon Holliday, Broncos still undefeated in NFL regular season - The Denver Post
Where have you gone, Barrett Ruud? The Broncos havent lost a regular-season game since adding Trindon Holliday. Their winning streak is at 15.

Gut Reaction: Week 4 - Broncos vs Eagles - It's All Over, Fat Man!
TJ reacts to the Broncos' Week 4 victory over the visiting Eagles

Denver could be record-setting favorite against Jacksonville | ProFootballTalk
In two weeks, 4-0 Denver hosts winless Jacksonville. From an oddsmaking perspective, it could be the biggest pro football mismatch of all-time. According to R.J. Bell of Pregame.

AFC West

'Arrowhead was rockin' all day long!' Chiefs players react to 4-0 - Arrowhead Pride
The KC Chiefs beat the New York Giants on Sunday afternoon at Arrowhead, moving their record to a perfect 4-0 on the season. Chiefs players were pumped after the game. Read on for post-game tweets from KC Chiefs players.

This KC Chiefs defense is something else, and 5 other things we learned in the Giants game - Arrowhead Pride
The defense is very good, the offense is good enough so far and special teams can win you games.

Charles Woodson says even with lead Raiders fans had good reason to boo - Silver And Black Pride
It was the second game in Oakland for Charles Woodson since his return to the Raiders. His homecoming game started well and ended well. It started with his being announced to a crowd of roaring...

Raiders finally get good look at Matt Flynn and it doesn't look good - Silver And Black Pride
Matt Flynn finally had his shot to show his stuff as a Raider and the results were not good.

Chargers-Cowboys final score: San Diego wins 30-21 to get to 2-2 record - Bolts From The Blue
The San Diego Chargers came back from an 8-point halftime deficit to get a 9-point victory over the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday.

Philip Rivers on fire in San Diego Chargers' comeback -
Philip Rivers continues to play some of the best football of his career. The San Diego Chargers quarterback threw for over 400 yards and three touchdowns in a comeback win over the Dallas Cowboys.


Vince Wilfork hauled off early on | ProFootballTalk
There were some boos in the Georgia Dome when Patriots defensive tackle Vince Wilfork hobbled off the field. But any concerns from Falcons fans that he might just be trying to slow the pace of play were put to rest a few moments later.

Joe Flacco throws five picks in Ravens' loss to Bills -
Rookie linebacker Kiko Alonso recorded two of the Buffalo Bills' five interceptions of Joe Flacco in Sunday's 23-20 victory over the Baltimore Ravens.

Brian Hoyer leads surging Browns past rival Bengals -
Brian Hoyer threw for 269 yards and two touchdowns as the Cleveland Browns won their second consecutive game, this time a 17-6 decision over the AFC North rival Cincinnati Bengals.

Washington Redskins get first win with defensive help -
Washington's defense finally delivered as the Redskins won 24-14 Sunday over the Oakland Raiders. Getting a little help from the defense only will be good news for RGIII and the offense.

Reggie Bush looks MVP-like as Detroit Lions beat Bears -
The Detroit Lions sit atop the NFC North after a 40-32 dismantling of the Chicago Bears. The score was close, but the play on the field was far from it. Reggie Bush showed why he's one of the NFL's most explosive players.

Michael Bennett taken to hospital with back injury -
The Seattle Seahawks' defense suffered a big loss Sunday when defensive end Michael Bennett left the field on a stretcher after suffering a lower back injury against the Houston Texans.

Seattle Seahawks rally to beat Houston Texans in OT -
The Seattle Seahawks barely got anything from Russell Wilson and their passing game. And they still came from behind to beat the Houston Texans in an overtime thriller Sunday.

Big London crowd revels in Vikings' win over Steelers -
More than 83,000 fans in London were treated to a great NFL game Sunday as the Minnesota Vikings held off a late comeback attempt by the Pittsburgh Steelers. Henry Hodgson reports from Wembley.

Ben Roethlisberger: Pittsburgh Steelers worst in NFL -
The Pittsburgh Steelers are 0-4 for the first time since 1968. This is uncharted territory for Ben Roethlisberger, who has never known true failure during his long NFL career.

Titans QB Jake Locker taken to hospital with hip injury -
Tennessee Titans quarterback Jake Locker was carted off the field during Sunday's win over the New York Jets after suffering a right hip injury. He later was sent to the hospital, Ian Rapoport reports.