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Should New England Patriots Rest Key Starters in Week 17?

The New England Patriots received an early gift from the Cincinnati Bengals on Monday Night Football, as the Denver Broncos' loss secured the No. 1 seed for the Patriots. That gives New England home-field advantage throughout the AFC...Show More Summary

How Ronnie Hillman Can Spark Broncos Offense Heading into Playoffs

The Denver Broncos have successfully run the ball with C.J. Anderson as the team’s starter. The power that Anderson runs with wears down opponents as the game goes on. Anderson can handle a large workload, but the Broncos could use a...Show More Summary

Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning says he plans to play in 2015

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Quarterback Peyton Manning said he planned to return to the Denver Broncos in 2015 for his 18th NFL season.

Ronnie Hillman gets full practice, but fantasy window has likely closed

Ronnie Hillman is now expected to make his return in Week 17. We break down the fantasy implications. Denver Broncos running back Ronnie Hillman was upgraded to a full practice Wednesday. Hillman is now on track to make his return against the Oakland Raiders in Week 17. Hillman hasn't played since suffering a foot injury in Week 10. Show More Summary

Peyton Manning Expects to Play for Denver Broncos Next Season

Peyton Manning isn't going anywhere anytime soon. The Denver Broncos quarterback said Wednesday that he doesn't envision retiring before his current contract runs out. Via Mike Klis of The Denver Post, Manning told reporters he expects to be back with the Broncos in 2015: I certainly plan on being back if the Broncos will have me. Show More Summary

Ronnie Hillman practices fully for first time since Nov. 9 injury

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. -- Tucked within a long injury report as the Denver Broncos prepare for Sunday's regular-season finale against the Oakland Raiders was running back Ronnie Hillman taking part in his first full practice since he suffered a left foot injury Nov. Show More Summary

NFL Odds: Opening spreads for Week 17 betting

Denver is one of many teams with something to play for this Sunday in Week 17. The Denver Broncos are 6-0 SU and 5-1 ATS in their last six games against the Oakland Raiders. With one more win against the Raiders at home this week, the...Show More Summary

Denver Broncos Recent Struggles Prove Linebackers as Lynchpin of Defense

The Denver Broncos struggled in their Week 16 contest against the Cincinnati Bengals. Instead of coming out victorious and earning a first-round bye, the Broncos lost in large part because they couldn't slow down the Bengals rushing attack. The Broncos defensive line features star players like DeMarcus Ware and Terrance Knighton. Show More Summary

NFL Picks Week 17: Updated Lines and Final-Score Predictions for All Games

The Cincinnati Bengals punched their ticket to the postseason with a convincing win over the Denver Broncos on Monday Night Football. With that, 10 teams have already clinched playoff berths heading into Week 17, leaving just two spots up for grabs. The San Diego Chargers currently reside in the AFC's No. Show More Summary

Manning's four picks means Patriots, not Broncos, earn top seed

A trip to the Super Bowl goes through Foxborough on the AFC side. The New England Patriots earned the top seed in the AFC playoffs and home-field advantage throughout by virtue of the Denver Broncos losing to the Cincinnati Bengals, 37-28. The Bengals clinched a playoff spot with the win. Show More Summary

Oakland Raiders vs. Denver Broncos Betting Odds, Analysis, NFL Pick

Since bringing in Peyton Manning to do what he does at the quarterback spot, the Denver Broncos are perfect against the rival Oakland Raiders, going 5-0 straight up, 4-0-1 against the spread and winning those five games by an average score of 35-14. Show More Summary

Why Denver Broncos Can Still Win Super Bowl Without Home-Field Advantage

Is the sky falling in Denver? Have the Broncos' Super Bowl chances gone up in smoke following the team's Monday night loss to the Cincinnati Bengals? Though the road to a championship will certainly be tougher now that the New England...Show More Summary

Broncos' C.J. Anderson apologizes for Marshawn Lynch-like interview

Denver Broncos starting running back C.J. Anderson says he is sorry for his conduct toward the media -- which analysts called Marshawn Lynch-like -- after Monday night’s loss to the Cincinnati Bengals.

ProFootballTalk: Denver’s Super Bowl hopes rest on Peyton Manning’s right arm

Despite last night’s troubling loss to the Bengals, Tony Dungy says he is not too concerned with the Denver Broncos and also explains how Denver will still live and die with Peyton Manning.

Manning and Broncos Offensive Line Struggle to Get on Same Page

For the Denver Broncos, Monday night's game against Cincinnati was supposed to provide answers. Instead, after an entertaining back-and-forth encounter that ended 38-27 in favor of the Bengals, they left with more questions—specifically...Show More Summary

Broncos relieved T.J. Ward's injury not as serious as feared

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. -- Denver Broncos head coach John Fox said Tuesday that safety T.J. Ward has a neck strain and didn’t suffer significant damage during Monday night's game. Ward was injured on a fourth-quarter tackle in the Broncos’ 37-28 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium. Show More Summary

Can Peyton Manning, Denver Broncos still get No. 2 seed in AFC?

Peyton Manning looked very un-Peyton Manning-like on national TV during the Denver Broncos' 39-27 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals on "Monday Night Football."

Peyton Manning says his health isn't an issue

Manning struggled against the Bengals and was injured in Week 15, but says his health was not a factor on Monday Night. Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning says he is all right physically following Monday night's game against the Cincinnati Bengals. Show More Summary

Steve Young Does Ray Lewis Dance on ESPN’s MNF Pregame (Video)

The phrase “Steve Young Does Ray Lewis Dance” is one I never would have imagined writing, but here I am… It happened prior to last night’s epic battle between the Denver Broncos and Cincinnati Bengals (which the Bengals won, 37-28), during ESPN’s Monday Night Football pregame show. We won’t get into too many details about […]

Steve Young Pays Tribute to Ray Lewis by Doing Lewis' Signature Dance After MNF

Ray Lewis was the only ESPN analyst who picked the Cincinnati Bengals to beat the Denver Broncos on Monday Night Football in Week 16. As a way to honor Lewis for making such a brilliant pick, Lewis' ESPN colleague Steve Young performed the former Baltimore Ravens linebacker's signature dance during the postgame show. Show More Summary

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