#1 The good news is, he doesn't think it will affect him this season. von zhangzk 07.01.2020 03:22

The final Thursday night game of the season couldn’t be much more forgettable. Denver and Indianapolis are hard enough to watch with a full week to prepare. On short notice: UGH! The Broncos (4-9) have been one of the league’s major disappointments Bradley Chubb Jersey White , and they broke an eight-game skid last Sunday by manhandling the undermanned Jets. Indianapolis (3-10) has dropped four straight and seven of eight. Enough said. Denver, ranked 25th in the AP Pro32, is a 1-point favorite at Lucas Oil Stadium. At least the Colts (No. 30 in AP Pro32) won’t have to freeze in a blizzard as they lose this one. BRONCOS, 13-10 KNOCKOUT LEAGUE TIP Of all the choices Pro Picks has ever made for this category, none has been worse than taking Cincinnati over Chicago last Sunday. Thanks for not showing up, Bengals. Regardless, we march on with NEW ORLEANS. No. 15 Green Bay (plus 2) at No. 7 Carolina After barely escaping Cleveland, not buying Packers, not even with A-Rod. BEST BET: PANTHERS, 26-20 No. 5 Los Angeles Rams (plus 2 1-2) at No. 10 Seattle Seahawks are too darn undisciplined as well as injured. UPSET SPECIAL: RAMS, 31-21 No. 3 New England (minus 2 1-2) at No. 1 Pittsburgh Not quite Game of the Millennium anymore, but still a good one. PATRIOTS, 33-27 No. 11 Los Angeles Chargers (plus 1 1-2) at No. 14 Kansas City, Saturday Another huge matchup in the playoff race. Bolts are charging, but … CHIEFS: 21-20 No. 16 Dallas (plus 1) at No. 20 Oakland The other AFC West contender is getting desperate. RAIDERS, 24-21 No. 2 Philadelphia (minus 7 1-2) at No. 31 New York Giants Foles won’t fail the Eagles, at least not this week. EAGLES, 20-10 No. 23 (tie) Cincinnati (plus 10) at No. 4 Minnesota Will Bungles, uh, Bengals show up this time? Have our doubts. VIKINGS, 27-16 No. 9 Atlanta (minus 3 1-2) at No. 29 Tampa Bay This is simple: Falcons are better team by more than this spread. FALCONS, 27-17 No. 26 (tie) Houston (plus 9 1-2) at No. 8 Jacksonville A win and Jaguars are in playoffs. Say what? JAGUARS, 26-10 No. 23 (tie) New York Jets (plus 16) at No. 6 New Orleans How, exactly, are the Jets going to score? Maybe on defense, but … SAINTS 30-6 No. 21 Arizona (plus 6) at No. 22 Washington Two teams destroyed by injuries this season. CARDINALS, 22-17 No. 12 Baltimore (minus 7) at No. 32 Cleveland Seems a matter of time before Browns win one. Actually, no. RAVENS, 17-13 No. 13 Tennessee (plus 2 1-2) at No. 26 (tie) San Francisco Titans could short-circuit playoff chances by flopping here. TITANS, 20-16 No. 28 Chicago (plus 5 1-2) at No. 17 Detroit, Saturday ”The Last Jedi” opens this week.Good time to go see it. LIONS, 16-13 No. 19 Miami (OFF) at No. 18 Buffalo Forget last week, Dolphins don’t like Western New York. BILLS, 17-15 — 2017 RECORD: Last week: Against spread (6-8-2). Straight up (8-8) Season Totals: Against spread (96-96-8). Straight up: (128-78) Best Bet: 8-6 against spread, 9-5 straight up. Upset special: 8-6 against spread, 8-6 straight up — How would you rank the ten best Broncos of all time?" Denver Broncos NewsA different approach to Broncos greatnessNew https://www.broncoslockerroom.com/authentic-drew-lock-jersey ,13commentsHow would you rank the ten best Broncos of all time? MDTShare this storyShare this on FacebookShare this on TwitterShareAll sharing optionsShareAll sharing options for:A different approach to Broncos greatnessTwitterFacebookRedditPocketFlipboardEmailPhoto by Doug Pensinger/Getty ImagesThis time of year, media of all kinds pulls its collective hair out trying to come up with ways to keep generating content when literally nothing is going on. You’ll see all sorts of top ten lists, Mount Rushmores, and all-time rosters, but I don’t know if I’ve seen anyone take this straight-forward of an approach to determining the greatest Broncos of all time. There is nothing wrong with the “big-time players make big-time plays in big-time games” criteria to determine greatness. After all, it’s those moments that make being a Broncos fan so much fun. Where would we be without The Drive, The Fumble, The Helicopter, and all those moments that make up that feeling in your gut when you put on your Broncos gear on gameday morning?Lost, though, in those great moments are the grinders, the dudes that showed up to work every day and did their job well enough to string enough of those days together into an all-time streak. As football fans, we often talk about how many seasons a player played, but rarely do we examine the number of games a player clocked into. So let’s take an all-time great look at the Denver Broncos using games played as the only guideline to determine that greatness. Top 10 Broncos by Games Played#NAMEGAMESBIO LINK#NAMEGAMESBIO LINKIf you click on the bio for each of the names above, you’ll notice each of these guys were selected by Mile High Report as the “Greatest to Wear” their number for the Denver Broncos. Rarely, though, do you see names like Paul Howard or Barney Chavous mentioned in the same breath as John Elway. Never do you see a list where Jason Elam, who played in 236 games as a Denver Bronco and “started” 0 of them, come in ahead of John Elway. Does this list change perceptions of the greatest Broncos in your eyes? I still have Terrell Davis, Shannon Sharpe, Von Miller, and others on my personal list and I’m sure most everyone does as well. Sometimes it’s fun to play with the rules of perception and see the Broncos through a different lens. If for nothing else, the men on this list deserve a little more recognition for their time with the Broncos. With all due respect to Jerry Glanville, if “NFL” stands for “Not For Long”, these guys surely didn’t get the memo.Broncos NewsMason's Mailbag: A look at the Broncos' special teamsSpecial Teams Coordinator Tom McMahon had punter Colby Wadman working on a specific aspect of punting during offseason work ... and some thoughts on a wide-open return competition.Texans' DeAndre Hopkins was 'most banged up' in 2018 - NFL.comThere are few passes that DeAndre Hopkins can't catch. Apparently, there are even fewer injuries that can keep him sidelined. The Texans WR said he tore ligaments in his shoulder in Houston's final loss.'Grown-up' Rashaad Penny looks to shine in 2nd year - NFL.comSeahawks RB Rashaad Penny says he's "grown up" and is "learning how to be a pro" as he prepares for a second season in the Pacific Northwest.Texans interviewing Martin Mayhew for GM vacancy - NFL.comSan Francisco 49ers vice president of player personnel Martin Mayhew is in Houston to interview for the Texans GM vacancy, sources told Good Morning Football's Peter Schrager on Sunday.Packers legend Bart Starr remembered in Alabama - NFL.comAn event celebrating Bart Starr's legacy as a star of professional and college football was held Sunday afternoon at Samford University in suburban Birmingham, Ala.Albert Wilson expects to play Week One – ProFootballTalkDolphins wide receiver Albert Wilson looked like he was poised to have a big year in his first season in Miami in 2018, but after seven games he suffered a season-ending hip injury. A Tyreek Hill suspension is possible without proof of violence – ProFootballTalkSome -- not all, but some -- Chiefs fans have picked a strange hill to die on. The Tyreek Hill truthers cling to the notion that, absent proof beyond a reasonable doubt that the Chiefs receiver broke the arm of his three-year-old son, he cannot be suspended.A.J. Green: I can’t see myself playing anywhere else – ProFootballTalkThe Bengals said earlier this year that they see no need to wait until wide receiver A.J. Green plays out the final year of his current deal before they give him an extension, but no deal to extend Green's stay in Cincinnati has been struck at this point.

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