With Peyton Manning out for at least two more games, Brock Osweiler will serve as the Broncos quarterback for at least the next two games. Which means that it will be important for Osweiler and his receivers to have good chemistry on the field. One of those receivers has checked the box. “The chemistry is…
A Patriots-Broncos match up is always about Tom Brady and Peyton Manning, but this time, Manning's injury will keep him out of this game.
The Broncos' veteran quarterback could be well enough to take the field again during the season, but whether his starting job will be available remains to be seen. We break down the fantasy implications. Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton...Show More Summary
Brady-Manning 18 will have to wait until the playoffs—if it happens at all. The Denver Broncos have announced that Peyton Manning will be out "at least the next two weeks" as he recovers from plantar fasciitis. So, the New England Patriots...Show More Summary
Peyton Manning is one of the greatest quarterbacks in league history, but at 39, he might already be past his prime, especially with all those injuries this season.
Brock Osweiler has help from Peyton Manning to get ready for second start
Tom Brady is too busy concerning himself with what he calls "the best defense in the NFL" to spend much time thinking about missing another matchup with Peyton Manning.
It’s been a down year for Peyton Manning despite his teams 8-2 record. Manning has 9 TD’s and leads the league with 17 INT’s, certainly not the Manning we’re all accustomed to. A fan was on his way to a coffee shop when he spotted a ‘Missing’ Poster of the future hall of fame QB:
Ponder is expected to be the No. 3 quarterback for the Broncos behind Brock Osweiler and Trevor Siemian while Peyton Manning recovers from injuries. With Peyton Manning out for at least a couple more weeks, the Denver Broncos added to...Show More Summary
The veteran quarterback will miss more time after getting an independent specialist's opinion. We break down the fantasy implications. Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning will miss at least two more weeks after getting a second...Show More Summary
Brock Osweiler bided his time behind Peyton Manning for more than three seasons before getting his first chance to start at quarterback for the Broncos, but his debut in that role was good enough that the Broncos would probably be sticking with him this week even if Manning weren’t under doctor’s orders to remain out…
It's not Peyton Manning vs. Tom Brady, but Patriots-Broncos still intriguing
Peyton Manning is likely to miss at least the next two weeks with his injured left foot, the Denver Broncos announced on Tuesday. The veteran quarterback visited a foot specialist for the diagnosis and it was decided he will wear a walking boot for at least one week.
Brock Osweiler won’t have to look over his shoulder for a little while. The new Denver Broncos starting quarterback has at least two weeks of job security, following an announcement Tuesday that former starter Peyton Manning will be out with a foot injury. Manning has a plantar fascia tear in his left heel, and he […]
Peyton Manning—the 39-year-old Broncos quarterback with a messed up neck, foot, ribcage, and quad—is in a walking cast and will miss at least Weeks 12 & 13, per the team. From the report: Read more...
Peyton Manning will miss at least the next two weeks after consulting with a foot specialist who put him in a walking boot.
Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning is expected to miss at least the next two weeks as he continues his recovery from a plantar fascia tear. Dr Robert Anderson, a foot an ankle specialist, recommended that Manning remain in a walking cast for at least another week. Show More Summary
If Peyton Manning is going to play for the Denver Broncos again, it won't happen before Week 14 against Oakland. Per Andrew Mason of Broncos.com, Dr. Robert Anderson recommended Manning stay in his walking cast "at least" one more week...Show More Summary
The famed quarterback will be sidelined for at least two more games. Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning met with foot and ankle specialist Dr. Robert Anderson on Monday and the news wasn't great. According to the Broncos, Manning will...Show More Summary
Here’s the latest tangible piece of evidence that Peyton Manning won’t be practicing or playing for a while — and the latest bit of proof regarding the current lack of competent NFL quarterbacks. The Broncos have announced that they will work out Christian Ponder on Wednesday. Ponder, the 12th overall pick in 2011, signed with…