Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Aqib Talib can be the x-factor if Broncos can stop the run

The Broncos' pass defense has flown under the radar this week, but Mario Sanelli tells The Final Word that the x-factor against Minnesota could be a cornerback

Slowing down Peterson is easier said than done

The Broncos face a generational talent on Sunday in Adrian Peterson, but their defense has been steadfast so far. Something has to give, says one expert

Malik Jackson: It’s not a burden, it’s our job

The defensive end has had a huge season already and said the defense is happy to carry the load while the offense continues to find its stride
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Three key players to watch Sunday vs. Minnesota

The Broncos will need these three players to have big games Sunday if they intend on stopping Adrian Peterson and the Vikings

Ryan Harris has a sense of humor, albeit subtle, about the o-line situation

Veteran tackle Ryan Harris has a huge task ahead of him on Sunday, protecting Peyton Manning's blind side, and it's no laughing matter

Schofield facing major skepticism as he steps into starting role

Denver Post columnist Mark Kiszla was blunt about Michael Schofield when he joined Gil Whiteley on Mile High Sports AM 1340. "He stunk," says Kiszla
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It appears it will be baptism by fire for Schofield on Sunday

Rookie left tackle Ty Sambrailo missed practice again on Friday because of a shoulder injury, meaning Michael Schofield will play on Sunday against Minnesota

Tyler Polumbus will be “swimming” in terms to start

Tyler Polumbus may be in some fast-moving waters, as rookie left tackle Ty Sambrailo remains day-to-day heading into Friday's practice

Broncos Bold Predictions: The lines will dictate everything vs. Minnesota

Adrian Peterson wants another 100-yard rushing game, and the Vikings want to put Peyton Manning on his back. The lines will dictate everything Sunday's matchup

Dealing Chris Clark is now Elway and Kubiak’s biggest, glaring mistake

The midseason signing of Tyler Polumbus casts a light on just how poor a decision it was to trade Chris Clark to Houston