Wednesday, November 30, 2005

The Denver Broncos Machine

The Denver Broncos played an outstanding game against the Dallas Cowboys on Thanksgiving. They were effective against the run and defensively dominated the game. The Cowboys put up a good fight and pushed the game into overtime. But Jason Elam was there to kick the winning field goal for the Broncos and we were victorious. The real stars of this game were Ron Dayne and Jake Plummer. It is funny that these two heroes can be skilled and talented on the field every Sunday, yet all the press goes to someone like Terrell Owens. I am proud of our players for building a great bond with each other and working like a well oiled machine this season.

Tuesday, November 22, 2005

New York Jets Who?

The Denver Broncos blew out the New York Jets 27-0 on Sunday to extend their home winning streak to eight games. The injury heavy Jets lost two quarterbacks in one game against the Broncos. Turnovers and Denver’s running game plagued the Jets for four quarters. The Broncos managed to keep the Jets from getting into the end zone and succeeded in preventing them from crossing past the 29-yard line for the entire game. Kyle Johnson gave a beautiful performance and Mike Anderson went for three touchdowns. Jason Elam got to be the star of the game with two field goals and a host of extra points.

Overall this was a stellar performance against a team with a 2-7 record. Can the Denver Broncos dominate the Cowboys on Thursday with their record? It may be a tough game but if we focus on defense and the running game we may be able to break through and beat the Dallas Cowboys.

Tuesday, November 15, 2005

Turnovers Curse Raiders

Darrent Williams made the game winning TD with an interception and run of 80 yards. Champ Bailey has tried to drill into these Bronco players that forcing turnovers is of great importance and sits right up there with completing passes and blocking for the run. Well these players were all about their training to the tune of three interceptions and four sacks. Turning the tide against the Oakland Raiders took the Denver Broncos to 7-2 which is the best they have done in so many games since 1998. I’m so excited to see Jake Plummer, Ashley Lelie, and Mike Anderson against the Jets on Sunday.