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Broncos Head to Baltimore

Posted Oct 5, 2010

The Broncos take on the Ravens in Baltimore this Sunday. Click here for all the information you'll need leading up to the 11 a.m. MDT kickoff.

Note: Below is a portion of the team's weekly press release. To view a PDF of the complete release, click here.


The Denver Broncos (2-2) travel to the East Coast to take on the Baltimore Ravens (3-1) on Sunday. Kickoff at M&T Bank Stadium is set for 11 a.m. MDT.


  • The Denver Broncos are in their sixth decade of professional football with a 413-369-10 (.528) combined record. They have the eighth-most wins among AFL/NFL franchises since 1960.
  • Denver finished with a 93-67 (.581) regular-season record during the 2000s to mark its third consecutive decade with 90 or more victories -- the only team in the NFL to accomplish that feat during the last three decades.
  • Head Coach Josh McDaniels and General Manager Brian Xanders made several key acquisitions during the offseason, including the signing of three-time Pro Bowler Jamal Williams, hometown product Justin Bannan (University of Colorado) and secondary specialist Nate Jones.

OFFENSE: Kyle Orton has totaled at least 300 passing yards in three consecutive games and owns the second-most passing yards (1,419) through a season’s first four games in NFL history. The Broncos have produced two 100-yard receivers in each of their last two games—the third time in franchise history the team has had a pair of 100-yard receivers in back-to-back games.

DEFENSE: Robert Ayers leads the team with four tackles for a loss and seven
quarterback hurries.

SPECIAL TEAMS: Matt Prater owns the franchise’s best career field goal percentage (81.8% / 63-of-77) with the club (min. 50 att.) and has made 27 of his last 28 field goal attempts dating to the beginning of November 2009. His 96.3 percent success rate during that span ranks second in the NFL.


TELEVISION: KCNC-TV (CBS 4): Ian Eagle (play-by-play) and Dan Fouts (color commentary) will call the game.
LOCAL RADIO: KOA Radio (850 AM): Dave Logan (play-by-play) and Brian Griese (color commentary) will call the game with Alan Roach
reporting from the sidelines.
LOCAL SPANISH RADIO: KBNO Radio (1280 AM): Fernando Sergio (play-by-play) and Yuri Vasquez (color commentary) will call the game.
NATIONAL RADIO: Westwood One Radio Sports: Howard David (play-by-play) and Tony Boselli (color commentary) will call the game.


The Broncos travel to Baltimore for the second consecutive season, marking the first time since 2004-05 (Jacksonville) that the club has faced a nondivisional opponent on the road two years in a row... The Broncos are 3-4 all-time against the Ravens, including 0-3 on the road... Denver also dropped a 2000 AFC Wild Card matchup at Baltimore during the Ravens’ Super Bowl season... Now in their sixth decade of professional football in 2010, the Broncos are one of just four teams to record three 90+ win decades since 1960 and the only organization to do so in each of the last three decades... During the Pat Bowlen era (1984-Pres.), the Broncos have won more regular-season games (253) and overall games (268) than any AFC team (second most in NFL)... Denver had five players selected to the 2010 Pro Bowl with that total tying for its most since 2001 (T-7th overall in club annals)... QB Kyle Orton has recorded 300 or more passing yards in three consecutive games for the fourth such occurrence in franchise history and has totaled the second-most passing yards through his team’s first four games (1,419) in NFL history... Orton ranks eighth among active starting quarterbacks in the NFL with a .596 winning percentage (31-21), including a league-best 9-2 (.818) record during the month of October (min. 10 starts)... WR Brandon Lloyd ranks second in the NFL in receiving yards (454) with that total marking the third most in franchise history through a player’s first four games (WR Rod Smith, 2001)... WR Demaryius Thomas totaled eight receptions for 97 yards (12.1 avg.) with one touchdown in his NFL debut against Seattle in Week 2, marking the second-highest reception total for a player’s NFL debut in franchise history... Thomas became one of just nine NFL players since 1970 to record at least eight catches in their professional debut... RB Knowshon Moreno in 2009 became the 14th player in the NFL since 1970 to lead league rookies in rushing yards (947), yards from scrimmage (1,160) and total touchdowns (9)... Moreno, who led league rookies with six 80-yard rushing games last season, became the fifth Bronco to lead NFL rookies in rushing... OL Ryan Clady, named to the Pro Bowl (starter) for the first time, became the 11th tackle in league annals to earn a Pro Bowl selection by his second professional season... Clady was named to the inaugural USA Football/NFLPA “All-Fundamentals” Team as the youngest member (23) to receive the honor... LB D.J. Williams, a Pro Bowl alternate, led Denver with 122 tackles (100 solo) that ranked 11th in the NFL... Since 2007, Williams is sixth in the league in tackles per game (8.2)... CB Champ Bailey was named to his ninth Pro Bowl to tie Pro Football Hall of Famer Mike Haynes for the most Pro Bowls at cornerback in NFL history... Bailey has totaled the most interceptions (47) in the NFL among cornerbacks since entering the league in 1999 and has the seventh-most interceptions (29) by a Bronco in team annals... S Brian Dawkins was named a Pro Bowl starter in his first season with Denver and tied former Broncos S Steve Atwater for the third-most Pro Bowl selections (8) by a safety in NFL history... WR Eddie Royal is one of two players in the NFL (Chargers RB Darren Sproles) to total at least 1,500 yards from scrimmage (1,734) and 1,500 kick return yards (1,788) since 2008... K Matt Prater owns the best field goal percentage in Broncos history (81.8% / 63-of-77) among players with at least 50 attempts... Prater has made 27 of his last 28 field goal attempts dating to the beginning of November 2009. His 96.4 percent success rate during that span ranks second in the NFL... Prater’s 16 consecutive field goals made dating to last season rank third in team history... Prater also owns the best field goal percentage from 50 or more yards (.800 / 8-of-10) in NFL history among players who started their career after 1970 (min. 10 att.).


Orton (1,419 PASSING YARDS THROUGH FIRST FOUR GAMES) - Can surpass the most passing yards through the club’s first five
games with 84 passing yards on Sunday.

Orton (THREE GAMES WITH 300-PLUS PASSING YARDS) - Can record the second instance of four consecutive 300-yard games in Broncos history (Brian Griese, Weeks 4-7, 2002).

Bailey (29 INT w/DEN) - Can tie Dennis Smith for sixth place on the Broncos career interceptions list with one interception on

Lloyd (THREE GAMES WITH 100+RECEIVING YARDS) - Can set a career high with a fourth 100-yard receiving output in a single
season on Sunday.

Prater (16 CONSECUTIVE FIELD GOALS MADE) - Can tie Jason Elam (19 - 1997, 2006-07) for the most consecutive field goals made in team history with three field goals on Sunday.


Orton owns a 9-2 career record as a starter in the month of October that ranks first in the NFL among active starting quarterbacks. Orton, who was 3-0 in the month of October in his first year with the club in 2009, is 1-0 this season during October.


Broncos rookie cornerback Perrish Cox, who was selected by the club in the fifth round (137th overall) of the 2010 NFL Draft from Oklahoma State University, is tied for second in the NFL with a team-high six passes defensed through four games this season according to press box totals. Cox has started Denver’s last two games in place of injured starter André Goodman.

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