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Denver Broncos News: Horse Tracks - Gone Fishin' edition

Enjoy the mini-bye and the Broncos day off.

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Manning approaching another milestone

At the moment, Peyton's career record is a dazzling 173-74. With one more victory, he would become the 2nd NFL quarterback in history to be 100 wins above .500. Manning and the Broncos. Who is the other? Tom Brady. Manning and co. have the opportunity to add to this record right in Brady's backyard next week.

Broncos next opponent playing Bears

The Patriots are at home to take on the reeling Chicago Bears this morning. The Bears despite an emotional locker-room meltdown last week have a lot of offensive weapons and a trigger man that can buy some time against the rush. This will Be a mini-test of sorts for the Patriot defense as they look to build a blueprint to help stop Denver.

Call them brothers

Horse Tracks

Kickin' it with Kiz: Peyton Manning should leave scoreboard operator alone - The Denver Post
Deal with it. As great as Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning is, I get tired of seeing him wave his arms to quiet the crowd in his home stadium. Manning must have a short memory of the Super Bowl and the recent road game at Seattle. How about Manning gets on with figuring out how to play in loud crowd noise, whether at home, away or in the Super Bowl?

It will cost plenty for Denver Broncos to keep both Thomases - The Denver Post
As tight end Julius Thomas was catching more touchdown passes than any other NFL player and wide receiver Demaryius Thomas was putting together the best four-game receiver stretch in team history, Broncos fans were left with one thought.

How Peyton Manning is still getting better in the Mile High City

Peyton Manning has set the bar for quarterback play for nearly his entire career, but he's somehow pushed it even higher with each passing year. How has the 17-year veteran done it?

Vinecap: Broncos vs. Chargers
Denver's Week 8 game vs. San Diego, through the Vine lens.

Mason's Mailbag: Hillman, Thompson a two-headed terror
Ronnie Hillman and Juwan Thompson are thunder and lightning, and they've helped galvanize the offense, notes Andrew Mason.

NFL Evolution - Player Health & Safety
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Lions suspend C.J. Mosley, send him home from London -
After making the trip to Wembley Stadium and London, the Detroit Lions have sent defensive tackle C.J. Mosley back home and suspended him for two games for conduct detrimental to the team.

Bengals' A.J. Green not expected to play vs. Ravens -
Albert Breer reported that Cincinnati Bengals receiver A.J. Green isn't expected to play Sunday against the Baltimore Ravens because of his nagging toe injury. Green was listed as doubtful on Friday.

Bucs' Gerald McCoy signs 7-year extension up to $98M -
Gerald McCoy will be with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for the foreseeable future. The team signed the All-Pro defensive tackle to a new lucrative deal upward of $98 million over seven years.