Broncos win Super Bowl 50, Miller named MVP

Even though every story was about Peyton Manning for nearly two weeks, the Denver Broncos once again pulled through because of their dominant defense. After a sluggish, grueling, grind-it-out four quarters of play, the Broncos defeated the Carolina Panthers 24-10, en route to the franchise’s third Super Bowl victory, and first since John Elway and the Broncos won back-to-back Super Bowls in 1997 and 1998. The … Continue reading Broncos win Super Bowl 50, Miller named MVP

The Legacy of Peyton Manning

There’s been a lot of talk about Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning hanging up his cleats and calling it a career after tomorrow’s Super Bowl 50. While Manning has neither confirmed nor denied the rumors and speculation, all signs point at retirement. Manning will turn 40 in March, has had serious medical issues recently, and lately looks a shell of his former self. But if we … Continue reading The Legacy of Peyton Manning

Super Bowl 50: Both Sides of the Coin

When the Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers play this Sunday in pursuit of a Super Bowl championship, it’s likely this will be the last time that Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning takes the field. Although Manning has not confirmed his retirement, many sources around the league expect that Super Bowl 50 will be Manning’s final game, win or lose. Despite an up-and-down season from Manning, his Broncos are just … Continue reading Super Bowl 50: Both Sides of the Coin

Brady v. Manning: For the Last Time

On April 18th, 1998, the Indianapolis Colts selected quarterback Peyton Manning with the first-overall selection. Manning played for the Colts from 1998-2011, taking them to two Super Bowls, and winning one. Manning passed for 54,828 yards with the Colts, and collected a whopping 399 passing touchdowns. Manning also won four of his five MVP awards with Indianapolis. Manning has played his last four seasons with … Continue reading Brady v. Manning: For the Last Time

NFL Divisional Round Recap

New England Patriots (27) vs. Kansas City Chiefs (20) Box Score from ESPN The Chiefs had won eleven straight games; their last loss came in October. Unfortunately for them and all of the anti-Patriot fans, that streak came to an end Saturday. The game was not as close as it appears, (at least until the last few minutes), as the Patriots took a 27-13 lead and then “took … Continue reading NFL Divisional Round Recap

NFL Coaching Decisions – Only One Remaining

While this season lacked the “Black Monday” feel everyone expects after so many years, there was no shortage of openings this season. In fact there were seven head coach openings for the fourth straight season. Keeping track of all the different coordinators moving around, coaching vacancies and hires can be difficult. Here’s a look at the major coaching movies this off season. Indianapolis Colts – … Continue reading NFL Coaching Decisions – Only One Remaining

NFL Wildcard Weekend Recap

Kansas City Chiefs (30) vs. Houston Texans (0) Box Score from ESPN Chiefs’ Knile Davis returned the opening kick 106 yards for the game’s first touchdown, and the rest of the game mirrored that domination. Quarterback Alex Smith was efficient, throwing for one touchdown and 190 yards. The most telling statistic though, is the turnovers. The Chiefs only committed one turnover, a rare interception thrown by … Continue reading NFL Wildcard Weekend Recap