On Denver, Los Angeles and Chicken-Bleep Hindsight (Peter King, MMQB)
"When I watched Trevor, I saw him beat Notre Dame and play really well, and then I watched his game against Stanford. The trees are blowing sideways, and he's completing NFL-type throws. I like him. So I told [quarterbacks coach] Greg Knapp, 'Do some homework on this kid.'"
Monday musings: Broncos find their QB? (Pete Prisco, CBSSports.com)*
That's what you notice about watching him on tape, the accuracy. He put the ball in great spots. *
Broncos QB battle (Mike Klis, 9News)
To better understand the Denver Broncos' quarterback situation, liken it to our country's economy.
Broncos toughest opponent is themselves (Jeff Legwold, ESPN.com)
"I think if you've been close to being out of the league, close to thinking maybe I'm not good enough to play in this league, I think you appreciate what it takes to win it all."
Broncos have a solid tight end in (Tim Lynch, Mile High Report)*
Not that he ever doubted that he could be the answer the Broncos were looking for at tight end, but it seemed like every year he would be passed over for some other tight end in the passing game. *
Check out what's on DenverBroncos.com:
Next-Day Notebook: Backup backs bring boost (Caroline Deisley)
Devontae Booker led the Broncos running back corps with nine carries for 36 yards, showcasing good reads, sharp cuts and tough running.
Mason's Mailbag: Thoughts on the Hall of Fame and fullbacks (Andrew Mason)
It's a shame. The Broncos -- and their storied history -- deserve better.
Photos: King Soopers Fan Gallery (DenverBroncos.com)
There's no better feeling than playing in front of your home crowd.
Sundays with Sacco: The Rams are back (Jim Saccomano, DenverBroncos.com)
Moving ahead to this week's game against the Los Angeles Rams, I must admit I relish typing that franchise's name.