Denver
Broncos
Mile High Stadium - Denver, CO


TEAM PERFORMANCE
  PPG PPG
AGAINST
TOTAL
OFFENSE
PASSING
OFFENSE
RUSHING
OFFENSE
TOTAL
DEFENSE
PASSING
DEFENSE
RUSHING
DEFENSE
Denver
Broncos
13.4
(20th)
12
(5th)
209
(17th)
124
(15th)
85
(15th)
159.8
(3rd)
83.4
(2nd)
78.4
(9th)

STANDINGS - ALL-STAR WEST


TEAM W L T PCT PF PA NET HOME ROAD DIV PCT CONF PCT NON-
CONF
STREAK L5
Denver
Broncos
3 2 0 0.600 67 60 7 0-0-0 3-2-0 2-0-0 1.000 2-2-0 1.000 1-0-0 W1 3-2
Los Angeles
Rams
2 3 0 0.400 73 138 -65 2-3-0 0-0-0 1-1-0 0.500 1-3-0 0.000 1-0-0 W1 2-3
San Francisco
49ers
2 4 0 0.333 125 182 -57 0-0-0 2-4-0 1-1-0 0.500 2-3-0 0.000 0-1-0 W1 2-3
Los Angeles
Chargers
1 6 0 0.143 68 165 -97 0-0-0 1-6-0 0-2-0 0.000 0-5-0 0.000 1-1-0 L1 1-4


Stunna's Bucs handle Broncos with ease. A lot of coverages took away initial reads causing confusion and allowing a relentless pass rush to get home or force several throws into coverage at the wrong times. Bucs also had solid run game including a 73 yard run from their own endzone on the simplest of runs... cowboys zone. Not sure what happened on this run as my MLB should have blown up the run but decided just to go into a jog mode and watch him run by. Great stick work by Stunna squeezing in and out of that hole to break it.

We had our chances to control the game, finding ourselves in red zone often, but instead we would turn the ball over on stupid late throws or a fumble that gets knocked up in air for an Int. We also gave up a gimme touchdown trying to adjust our corner but when the ball was snapped I ended up standing still while Evans runs by.

If we can't stop the run and we turn the ball over as carelessly as we did we did not deserve to advance.

Congratulations coach Stunna on your season and playoff win, best of luck as you advance to the next round.

LAST MODIFIED: Wednesday March 15th, 2017 - 10:48 PM

Despite knowing our opponents offense was missing it's stars due to league suspensions, we are not going to apologize for winning or take it for granted. Wins are hard to come by in this league so we will take them where we can get them.

Offensively we could not establish the run like we wanted to, we had a new weapon added to the rb mix just before game time and surprisingly he started. The Dolphins front was in our backfield stuffing our runs before we could even get started. We are not sure what the solutions is going forward, but we left our defense on the field way too much. Eventually we all but gave up on running the ball, and the passing game had its moments where it looked efficient, and surprisingly our offensive line held up pretty well through out in pass protection. We feel like we left a a few scoring drives on the field as Trevor missed 3 wide open receivers by miles. These are throws his predecessor Manning could make in his sleep. We have to execute better and Trevor knows it's on him to get the ball to the wr.

While we could not stay on the field offensively we left our defense on the field way too much. With their starting qb and rb out we decided to load up on coverage defense and capitalize on turnovers. While it was not our intention to give up so many yards on the ground, we were content with the runs so long as they did not result in TDs. We used their running game to shorten the game which is what we wanted to do our selves. Bradley Roby had two huge plays in this game ending drives. Coming up with an Int that lead to points and tackling Parker behind the marker on 4th down late in the 4th.

We will be hitting the practice field early and often trying to sort out our running game, which will help open up the offense.

Good game WhYsO good luck the rest of the way.

LAST MODIFIED: Sunday December 11th, 2016 - 11:03 AM

Broncos host Katt and the Chiefs, offensively we seemed to,be executing efficiently and felt pretty good after a quick strike on first drive putting the onus on the Chiefs to play from behind. We had a good chance to go up 14-0 after driving down to red zone and inexplicably the Chiefs corner who was on an island jumped a comeback route he never saw thrown and nearly got away down the sideline. Now the momentum had shifted back towards the Chiefs who would capitalize and score a TD to tie the game.... but... then he shanks the xp, we stay on top 7-6. We add another fg before half to finish 10-6.

At half Chiefs come out strong and hit Maclin on a corner route that went for 41 and 6 putting the Chiefs on top 12-10. They elect to go for 2 pt conversion and don't convert. The Chiefs defense would tighten up and cause yet another inexplicable interception. I recognized the cover 4 drop coverage and was going to take my underneath wr for what should have been an easy completion for 4-5 yards, instead Trevor over throws my wr and instead hits Chiefs linebacker Thomas.

Momentum now back with the Chiefs, 2 plays later they return the favor and foul up a screen pass and throw it to Ware. We take the ball right back down the field and hit Thomas for his 2nd TD of the game and go up 17-12.

Chiefs get another big play on corner route to Maclin but only leads to a fg closing the game 17-15. Here's where our special teams for both teams proved to be not so special. Chiefs force a quick 3 and out and force a punt with 1:48. We told our kicker to punt it out of bounds but instead he leaves it inside and Hill catches it at the 27 and returns it 52 yards to their 20 yard line. Game is over we are thinking because we only have 2 timeouts remaining and he is in chip shot fg range already.

We stuff the run on 1st, he called a play action on 2nd and gets sacked immediately after fake taking him back to the 30 yard line and we stop the clock for the 2nd and final time we could with our last timeout. Surely he would run and kick the game winning fg.... instead he takes a deep shot to Kelce into triple coverage just barely avoiding an interception... man that was our chance to save the win. Now he lines up for the game winning fg.....

Wide Left just like the XP in the 2nd. We kneel the game out knowing that we got away with one.

Good game Katt good luck the rest of the season.

LAST MODIFIED: Sunday December 4th, 2016 - 1:05 PM
DEFENSE TAMES JAGUARS, CJ DOMINANT
Preparation and lab work preceding this match up paid off, however the Jaguars initial drive they marched straight down the field and punched the ticket for 7, however in doing so, they gave up some valuable information to my defense which we would use the remainder of the game to shut down their attack. Forcing several errant throws and several interceptions we were able to keep them off the score board and give our offense several extra opportunities to score. CJ would have an awesome game running and receiving. Probably our most complete game of the year with no turnovers, efficient offense on the ground and in the air, special teams had big returns, even had a little luck with a tipped ball landing in THOMAS hands for a TD.

Now we hope for a little more breaks to secure a wildcard spot in the division.

Good game BOnly

LAST MODIFIED: Sunday June 26th, 2016 - 7:31 PM
STeelers qb flawless, broncos def worst game
Not enough practice or preparation for this game and it showed early and often. Steelers qb was flawless in his reads and execution from start to finish, finding wrs wide open for huge gains and wide open for tds. Our defense did nothing to slow the passing attack down from start to finish, We had little to no pressure the entire game which allowed the motion offense skip employed to blow our coverages wide open. His wideouts were catching deep balls with little to no contest. Our own offense came out of the gates slow even causing me to bring manning in off the bench just to sustain some drives, too many 3 and outs to start the game.... A disastrous recipe when we needed to keep pace with steelers offense until we got things going.

Good game Skip, won't play you again with out the prep work first.

LAST MODIFIED: Friday June 17th, 2016 - 2:12 PM
Pre-Season

Regular Season
1 3 Broncos
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3 - 2 AT 2 - 4 Browns
ELBUCCS
17
2 0 49ers
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2 - 4 AT 3 - 2 Broncos
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19
3 Broncos
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3 - 2 AT 0 - 0 Packers
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4 26 Broncos
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3 - 2 AT 2 - 3 Vikings
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14
5 23 Giants
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5 - 0 AT 3 - 2 Broncos
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6
6 13 Broncos
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3 - 2 AT 1 - 6 Chargers
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6
7 Broncos
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3 - 2 AT 2 - 1 Falcons
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8 Broncos
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3 - 2 AT 2 - 3 Rams
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9 Broncos
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3 - 2 AT 1 - 4 Cardinals
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10 Steelers
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7 - 0 AT 3 - 2 Broncos
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11 Dolphins
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1 - 4 AT 3 - 2 Broncos
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12 Rams
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2 - 3 AT 3 - 2 Broncos
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13 Eagles
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3 - 3 AT 3 - 2 Broncos
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14 Broncos
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3 - 2 AT 2 - 4 49ers
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15 Jaguars
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4 - 2 AT 3 - 2 Broncos
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16 Chargers
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1 - 6 AT 3 - 2 Broncos
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Post Season

Roster
# IMAGE NAME
WR 0 Marlon
Brown
DB 0 Josh
Bush
RB 0 Justin
Forsett
TE 0 Garrett
Graham
DB 0 Chris
Lewis-Harris
DB 0 Curtis
Marsh
LB 0 Danny
Mason
DL 0 Henry
Melton
WR 0 Jordan
Norwood
RB 0 Bernard
Pierce
WR 0 DeVier
Posey
DB 0 Brandian
Ross
RB 0 Juwan
Thompson
DL 0 Vance
Walker
DL 0 Nelson
Adams
DL 0 Travis
Raciti
LB 0 Kevin
Snyder
DL 0 Jimmy
Bean
RB 0 Zac
Brooks
LB 0 Quentin
Gause
DB 0 Antonio
Glover
LB 0 Josh
Banderas
DL 0 Iosia
Iosia
TE 0 Cedrick
Lang
DB 0 B.J.
Lowery
TE 0 Anthony
Norris
DL 0 Kyle
Peko
WR 0 River
Cracraft
TE 0 Steven
Scheu
WR 0 Hunter
Sharp
DB 0 John
Tidwell
RB 0 Jonathan
Williams
DB 0 Dante
Barnett
DL 0 Ken
Ekanem
LB 0 Deon
Hollins
DL 0 Tyrique
Jarrett
QB 0 Chad
Kelly
WR 0 Anthony
Nash
DB 0 Dontrell
Nelson
WR 0 Tim
Patrick
DL 0 Shakir
Soto
RB 0 Stanley
Williams
K 8 Brandon
McManus
WR 10 Emmanuel
Sanders
WR 11 Carlos
Henderson
QB 12 Paxton
Lynch
QB 13 Trevor
Siemian
WR 14 Cody
Latimer
WR 16 Bennie
Fowler
QB 17 Brock
Osweiler
DB 20 Jamal
Carter
DB 21 Aqib
Talib
RB 22 C.J.
Anderson
RB 23 Devontae
Booker
DB 25 Chris
Harris
DB 26 Darian
Stewart
DB 27 Brendan
Langley
RB 28 Jamaal
Charles
DB 29 Bradley
Roby
DB 31 Justin
Simmons
RB 32 Andy
Janovich
RB 33 De'Angelo
Henderson
DB 34 Will
Parks
DB 35 Dymonte
Thomas
DB 37 Lorenzo
Doss
DB 38 Marcus
Rios
LB 41 Jerrol
Garcia-Williams
LB 43 Joe
Jones
LB 48 Shaquil
Barrett
LB 48 Deiontrez
Mount
LB 50 Zaire
Anderson
LB 51 Todd
Davis
LB 52 Corey
Nelson
LB 54 Brandon
Marshall
LB 56 Shane
Ray
DL 57 DeMarcus
Walker
LB 58 Von
Miller
TE 80 Jake
Butt
TE 82 Jeff
Heuerman
TE 83 A.J.
Derby
WR 84 Isaiah
McKenzie
TE 85 Virgil
Green
TE 86 Austin
Traylor
WR 87 Jordan
Taylor
WR 88 Demaryius
Thomas
LB 91 Kasim
Edebali
DL 92 Zach
Kerr
DL 93 Jared
Crick
DL 94 Domata
Peko
DL 95 Derek
Wolfe
DL 96 Shelby
Harris
DL 97 Billy
Winn
DL 99 Adam
Gotsis


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