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Denver Broncos News: Horse Tracks - No more games edition

Good Morning Broncos Country

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The final game of 2014 will not feature the Denver Broncos. Instead the team that embarrassed them in Super Bowl 48 and The team that seemingly beats them annually in Foxboro are the two teams representing NFL in Super Bowl 49.

Are you going to be watching? Who's your pick today? Me, I've got the Seahawks going back to back, and besting Hoodie and Brady 24-17.

Gracious in victory, Rodgers acknowledges Peyton

To open his acceptance speech for being named NFL MVP, Aaron Rodgers began with "It's an honor to share the stage with the man that has won this award more than anyone else....the quad looks good, come and play another year!" (roughly transcribed).

I'm on the fence as far as a Manning return in 15, but I sure as hell know he deserves better than the ending that played out at the the end of this season.

No TD, other Broncos in the HOF

The Class of 2015 was announced and not one former Bronco was called into immortality.

I've made the case for Terrell Davis about three times now and no one is listening.

It's a shame but Broncos Country will have to wait till next season

Horse Tracks

Pete Carroll: Kam Chancellor looked great Saturday -
After a scare near the end of Friday's practice, Seahawks safety Kam Chancellor (knee) returned to the field. Seattle coach Pete Carroll was optimistic when speaking on his star defensive back's health.

Tom Brady, Bill Belichick's legacy riding on Super Bowl XLIX -
Will Tom Brady and Bill Belichick go down in history as the best ever? Or will we always remember the suspicious whispers? Judy Battista says everything hinges on Super Bowl XLIX.

Hochman vs. Kiszla: Will the Seahawks show they're building a dynasty? Or will Pats QB Tom Brady get his fourth title ring? - The Denver Post
Columnists Benjamin Hochman and Mark Kiszla break down the Super Bowl.

Broncos left out of 2015 HoF class
With just four Hall of Famers after Terrell Davis and John Lynch fell short, the Broncos remain grossly underrepresented.

Manning receives Bart Starr Award
Peyton Manning was presented with the Bart Starr Award on Friday morning.

Arizona Cardinals' Bruce Arians wins Coach of the Year -
Bruce Arians was named Coach of the Year at Saturday's "NFL Honors" ceremony. The Arizona Cardinals coach became the 11th man to capture the award twice.

Odell Beckham Jr. wins Offensive Rookie of the Year -
New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. capped off a spectacular first season in Gotham by claiming the 2014 Associated Press NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year award.

J.J. Watt wins Defensive Player of the Year award -
This one was easy. Houston Texans star defender J.J. Watt won the 2014 Associated Press Defensive Player of the Year award Saturday at NFL Honors.

Packers' Aaron Rodgers named Most Valuable Player -
Aaron Rodgers was named Most Valuable Player for the second time in his Green Bay Packers career on Saturday. Around The NFL's Chris Wesseling delves into the quarterback's dominant 2014 season.

Seau among inductees for Hall of Fame's Class of '15 -
Junior Seau and Jerome Bettis are among the eight new members who will be welcomed into Canton in 2015. Who will be joining them in the Pro Football Hall of Fame? Check out the full list.

Peyton Manning says he would fit Gary Kubiak's Broncos offense - ESPN

Manning has not yet decided if he will return for the 2015 season, but said Friday he doesn't want the process "to linger."

Former Raiders receiver Tim Brown selected to Pro Football Hall of Fame - AFC West Blog - ESPN
After five years of disappointment, former Raiders wide receiver Tim Brown's long wait is finally over and he's headed to the Hall of Fame.