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New England Patriots Report Card: Week 15

Whatever the source of the Denver Broncos’ new-found momentum, it ended in the second quarter of Sunday’s game against the New England Patriots. Neither Tim Tebow‘s speed nor his supplications could turn back Tom Brady‘s ruthless but balanced offensive attack. The Patriots beat the Broncos, 41-23, clinching the AFC East and moving ahead of both […]

Report: Andre Carter’s Injury Will Require Surgery

It didn’t look good when the Patriots leading pass rusher went down early Sunday afternoon. The news remained bleak following the Patriots 41-23 win over the Denver Broncos. ESPN’s Josina Anderson reported that Andre Carter’s agent, Carl Poston, said Carter has a quad-related injury “that will require surgery.” There is no timetable on Carter’s return, […]

Patriots Clinch AFC East, Defeat Denver Broncos 41-23

The New England Patriots extended their winning streak to six games on Sunday, throttling the red-hot Denver Broncos (8-6) 41-23 at Sports Authority Field at Mile High in Denver, Colo. Offense Continues to Roll Denver came into the contest with one of the best defenses in the league, but that turned out to be not […]

Tom Brady and the Patriots Looking to End “Tebow Time”

The Patriots (10-3) will be looking for their sixth win in a row Sunday. The Broncos (8-5) will be looking for their seventh. Both teams are in the playoff picture as of now, and history tells us that No. 12 for the Patriots has struggled against the Broncos. Tom Brady is 1-6 in his career against Denver. Denver has […]

Tim Tebow: Flash in the Pan or Changing the Game?

The NFL has had its fair share of intriguing storylines this season. Passing records are being shattered left and right, one team remains unbeaten and as always, some teams have exceeded expectations while others have underachieved. But by far the most talked about storyline of the NFL is Tim Tebow. Since the lefty was given […]

Denver’s Von Miller Nears Rookie Sack Record

While Tim Tebow has been getting all the attention for Denver’s 7-1 record in the last eight games, a lot of credit is due to an improved Broncos defense and rookie linebacker Von Miller. Denver selected Miller with the second overall pick in the 2011 draft. Miller rose up draft boards after strong pre-draft performances […]

Willis McGahee Paves the Way for Broncos Turnaround

A top 5 pick who was one game away from his team winning the national championship, Willis McGahee caught a screen pass from Ken Dorsey and turned up field. His life changed forever. (*** graphic video ***) In a split second, McGahee destroyed his ACL, PCL and MCL. But, the Miami born running back wasn’t going to […]

If the Playoffs Started Today – NFL Week 14

Just three games left and the playoffs can get underway. The Texans and Broncos continue to roll. San Francisco is slipping away from a bye. And the Cowboys suddenly aren’t looking their best. Indy’s magic number to clinch Andrew Luck is down to two, so that should be interesting to see what happens with Peyton […]

If the Playoffs Started Today – NFL Week 13

It’s just a month until the playoffs start, and the tension isn’t letting up. Houston is still winning despite being down to their third quarterback. New England is still having trouble playing 60 minutes. Even Green Bay is winning close games now. Both wildcard races are still very heated. And let’s not forget that it’s […]

AFC East Roundup: Buffalo Bills Continue to Falter

Well, it’s been an interesting week — to say the very least — for the AFC East. The festivities kicked off Thursday when Tim Tebow and the Denver Broncos bested the New York Jets, 17-13. The loss came off the heels of a 37-16 loss to the Patriots, where New England regained the first place […]

COLUMN: Mark Sanchez Failing in the Perfect Situation

Mark Sanchez stood on the sidelines, minutes after an uninspired three-and-out gave the Denver Broncos the ball on their own 5-yard line. It looked, at the time, that the Jets defense would once again bail out an errant game from Sanchez. Once again, it looked like the Jets defense would mask Sanchez’s mediocrity. See in […]

Former Patriot Maroney Charged With Possession of Marijuana

Free-agent-to-be running back Laurence Maroney was charged with possession of marijuana, stemming off a Jan. 17 arrest, according to St. Louis’ XMOX Radio. The report says that Maroney and his four friends reeked of marijuana outside of a concert on Saint Louis University’s campus. Police also found weapons in Maroney’s car, but the former Patriot and […]

Spygate Reborn: Broncos, McDaniels Fined $50,000 Each for Filming 49ers Practice

You thought you heard the last of it, but Spygate has reared its ugly head once again. This time, the Denver Broncos have been embroiled in a scandal involving former Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels and assistant Steve Scarnecchia, the son of current Patriots offensive line coach Dante Scarnecchia. After an investigation, the NFL determined […]

Laurence Maroney Traded to Broncos

After falling below the likes of Fred Taylor, Sammy Morris, and Kevin Faulk on the depth chart at running back, Laurence Maroney was shipped out of town on Tuesday. The Patriots traded him to the Denver Broncos, according to ESPN’s NFL insider, Adam Schefter. The Patriots shipped a sixth round pick in 2011 to Denver […]

2010 NFL Predictions: AFC West

The Chargers are the obvious favorite, but the rest of the division is full of mixed expectations. Some see the Chiefs as a young team ready to cause trouble, and some see them as a team stuck behind an overrated Matt Cassell. Some trust Jason Campbell in a new environment with the Raiders and some […]