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Horse Tracks: Denver Broncos survive bye week undefeated

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What a long week a week without the Broncos can be! Players got some much needed rest, fans were able to get those lingering chores done, and now the Green Bay Packers are coming to Denver. We are indeed waiting all week for Sunday night!

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Isn't it awful? Football Sunday without the Broncos should be illegal. It almost doesn't seem fair. Thankfully, it's over. So where are the Broncos coming out of their much deserved bye week?

I enter Packers week optimistic that the Kubiak brain-trust locked themselves into the situation room at Dove Valley with a cartoonishly huge mallet and crushed all the bugs within the offensive scheme that are causing Peyton Manning to struggle.

I'm almost certain the defense ate only the choicest cuts of bloody raw meat to keep up their intensity. I know they're going to eat greedy come Sunday night.

Folks, the Browns game is now firmly in the rear-view mirror. The Broncos are one of a handful of teams that are 6-0 and for that we should all be excited. What remains of the Broncos schedule could be the last we see of one of the greatest quarterbacks ever to play the game. Let's all take a breath before kickoff on Sunday and enjoy the ride that will be the rest of the season. There's a ton of Broncos football left, let's revel in it.

HORSE TRACKS

Broncos PR guru Jim Saccomano offers a little perspective regarding fan's concerns over the Broncos struggling offense and their 6-0 record. As always, it's a great read. Sundays with Sacco: The Long Season

Ever wonder what it takes behind the scenes for the Broncos to get ready to play on Sunday? It's nothing short of a herculean effort by people you never see. The ‘Behind the Scenes’ of Broncos games | FOX31 Denver

Denver's Shaq-daddy opens up about not being drafted and his diet. Who knew he was a former bodybuilder? Shaq Barrett Diet: Protein and quarterbacks

In water-is-wet news, the Denver Post goes out on a limb with this story. Denver Broncos' dominant defense is full of playmakers - The Denver Post

When Terrell Davis speaks, we listen. TD sees great things within this 2015 Denver Broncos squad. Terrell Davis knows the mark of a champion -- and he sees that potential in the 2015 Broncos

Wondering how Broncos rookies have done so far? Andrew Mason breaks it all down. Updating the rookies as the Broncos return from the bye

Chris Harris and Shane Ray are out there doing good. Denver Broncos Chris Harris Jr. and Shane Ray know importance of 'Coats for Colorado' drive - 7NEWS Denver TheDenverChannel.com

As the season progresses, emotions run high. It turns out that losing makes more than just the fans angry. Jerry Jones had to answer questions about one of his players jawing with and pushing others on the Cowboys sideline. Jerry Jones defends Greg Hardy | ProFootballTalk

Life without Tony Romo has gone pretty much like we all thought it would for the Dallas Cowboys. They lose again.  McFadden's big game goes to waste in Cowboys' loss - NFL.com

Expectations were high for the Indianapolis Colts coming into the 2015 season. They're just not living up to them. Saints take advantage of imploding Colts - NFL.com

Colts owner Jim Irsay is more than a little disappointed. Report: Irsay, Grigson had "heated conversation" in Colts’ locker room | ProFootballTalk

Could the Raiders actually be turning this thing around? Rest easy, Broncos fans. Whatever progress the Raiders may make will likely be quashed when they relocate to Los Angeles. Amari Cooper leads Raiders in win over Chargers - NFL.com

Maybe former Miami head coach Joe Philbin was the problem. All I know is that the team that murdered the Houston Texans Sunday was not the same team I'd watched earlier in the season. Interim coach Dan Campbell is making a strong case that he may be the guy to lead the Dolphins forward after this season. Dolphins embarrass Texans in dominant performance - NFL.com

As though getting embarrassed wasn't bad enough, the Texans got a little more bad news regarding their pro bowl running back. Texans' Arian Foster out for season with torn Achilles - NFL.com

Philadelphia Eagles tackle Jason Peters left Sunday night's game with a back injury. Commentators Al Michaels and Chris Collinsworth made it abundantly clear that this was a significant injury. Eagles left tackle Jason Peters carted off with back injury | ProFootballTalk

Want to relive the last time the Broncos and Packers squared off? Thirsting for some Kyle Orton ineptitude? Green Bay blog Total Packers broke down the Broncos horrific loss to the Packers in 2011. Here's what they had to say. TiVo Time: Denver Broncos | Total Packers