Friday, February 21, 2020

The great, the good and the terrible play from Friday

The Broncos escaped Seattle with a 22-20 preseason win Friday night with several levels of contributions from the roster
Brock Osweiler's nickname

MHS Rapid React: Brock takes the reins

Brock Osweiler showed just what he can do with the keys to the Broncos offense on Friday against Seattle and the MHS team offered their feedback as it happened
nicest guy in Denver

Brock has everything to lose tonight in Seattle

With Peyton Manning on the sideline, tonight could be Brock Osweiler's coming out party or his undoing; Zac Dysert will be waiting in the wings either way

Ranking the AFC West (after Denver, of course)

The Broncos are going for their fifth consecutive AFC West division title. Who can unseat them? We rank the rest of the West from worst to first

Three players to watch Friday

Friday night the Broncos take on the Seattle Seahawks in game one of the preseason and three players will be highly scrutinized for good reason

Manning has more all-time records within range

Peyton Manning is already one of the greatest quarterbacks of all-time; with the records Manning already has and the ones he could set this year, he may be the best ever
Denver Broncos fan

Fassel has a way to play Manning in the preseason

Longtime NFL head coach Jim Fassel says the Broncos don't have to hold Peyton Manning out of the preseason, they just need to be smart about how they play him
Tom Brady expresses his support

Peyton’s response to Brady emails was too PC

Peyton Manning finally responded to Tom Brady's emails, but Mile High Sports Radio's Dan Williams says the response was too PC for his liking

Kubiak downplays idea that camp is too soft now

Head coach Gary Kubiak thinks former Broncos who say camp looks more like a "country club" these days don't have it exactly right comparing things to the past
Broncos pass rush

Balancing act on defense is the real key in 2015

The problem with Kubiak’s focus on a balanced offense isn’t that he's putting faith in average running backs; it’s that his idea of balance is focused in the wrong direction