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Feeling fresh, Broncos’ Knowshon Moreno makes most of chance vs. K.C. - Getting his first carries in more than two months, running back Knowshon Moreno said after the Broncos’ 17-9 victory Sunday his goal was to focus on each carry. Read more from the Denver Post >>>>
John Elway surveying success with Broncos behind Peyton Manning - It was like old times in the visiting locker room at Arrowhead Stadium. Only, instead of tugging off shoulder pads and cleats, John Elway and Ed McCaffrey stood shoulder to shoulder in impeccable suits and ties, some 13 combined feet of Kansas City nightmares. Read more from the Denver Post >>>>
Broncos’ defense will certainly take an ugly win over a pretty loss - Sunday’s dirt-under-their-fingernails victory at Arrowhead Stadium won’t go on the Broncos’ defensive mantel as their proudest performance this season. But it just might be a sign of the times. Read more from the Denver Post >>>>
Notebook: Thomas Tops 1,000 - With 1:59 to play in the game and the Broncos clinging to a 14-9 lead, quarterback Peyton Manning dropped back to pass on third-and-7. An incompletion would stop the clock and turn the ball back to the Chiefs with plenty of time to mount a potential game-winning drive. Instead, wide receiver Demaryius Thomas beat his defender and came down with the reception along the sideline. Read more from Denver Broncos >>>>
Moreno Answers the Call - It took the Broncos quarterback just a few seconds into his post-game press conference to give credit to the team’s workhorse in Sunday’s victory — running back Knowshon Moreno. Read more from Denver Broncos >>>>
Peyton Manning had concussion test - Peyton Manning, 11 games into his re-emergence with the Denver Broncos, took a jarring hit to the back of his helmet that tested his durability and the team’s concussion protocols Sunday. But Manning, who was slammed to the ground as he threw a touchdown pass near the end of the first half in the Broncos’ 17-9 victory at Kansas City, never missed a snap after being put through the motions of concussion testing. Read more from ESPN >>>>
Moving on: Denver Broncos - Here are some areas the Denver Broncos need to focus on after a 17-9 road win at the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday. Read more from ESPN >>>>
NFL Playoffs Picture: Broncos, Patriots, Falcons, Ravens, Texans In Control Of Division Races – As the NFL heads into December, nearly every division race has an outright favorite. Some – Denver, Atlanta, New England, Houston and Baltimore – are on the verge of clinching playoff spots. Read more from Associated Press >>>>
Denver Broncos gut out road win in Kansas City against Chiefs - Records don’t matter—not when two AFC West rivals meet up. The Denver Broncos came into Kansas City as one of the best teams in the American Football Conference, facing arguably the worst team in all of football, but you wouldn’t know it by the way the two played Sunday. Read more from Examiner >>>>
Denver Broncos Must Start Faster - The Denver Broncos held on to win their sixth straight game in a hard-fought game versus the Kansas City Chiefs. Any win in the NFL is a good one, especially on the road, and the Broncos are still on track for all of their goals. Having said that; the Broncos have to be better at the start of games, it’s been an issue all season. Read more from Rant Sports >>>>
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