LA Chargers Week 1 Team Grades: Broncos Survive Late L.A. Rally, Win Opener 24-21A late field goal attempt by rookie placekicker Younghoe Koo was blocked, allowing the host Broncos to escape with a hard-fought 24-21 victory in the Mile High City.
LA Chargers Team Headlines: Can Bolts Get Fresh Start On And Off Field?The Los Angeles Chargers look to get their season off on the right foot when they travel to Denver to take on the Broncos on Monday.
Rookie Spotlight: Garett Bolles Will Bolster Denver's Offensive LineThe key to a stable offense begins with a sturdy offensive line. The Denver Broncos used a first round draft pick to add Garett Bolles to their line, and it could pay off quickly.
Keidel: Where Should Tony Romo Go?While Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo has many suitors, only the Broncos and Texans would really be a good fit.
Keidel: The Patriots-Broncos Rivalry ContinuesThe Patriots and Broncos square off Sunday, pitting New England's pyrotechnic offense against Denver's granite defense.
Keidel: Headaches For Cam NewtonPanthers quarterback Cam Newton, NFL MVP, still doesn't get calls from refs. How many questionable hits did the Broncos deliver last night?
Keidel: Johnny Manziel... Why Do We Still Care?Johnny Manziel, aka Johnny Football, is now more famous for his exploits off the field than those on the field. Yet we can't get enough.
How Many Starting Quarterbacks Do The Broncos Need?The Denver Broncos signed Mark Sanchez and are courting Colin Kaepernick. Are two starting quarterbacks better, or worse, than one?
Denver Broncos Gutted By Free AgencyLosing quarterback Brock Osweiler and other key players in free agency, Super Bowl Champion Denver Broncos have tough offseason ahead.
Former USC QB Mark Sanchez Traded To BroncosThe Broncos have acquired former USC QB Mark Sanchez from Philadelphia.
Cam Newton Criticized For Being Sore Loser After His Team Lost In Super BowlHe pouted and walked out while in the middle of post-game media session.
The Denver Defense RestsThe Denver Broncos defense, led by Super Bowl MVP Von Miller, stifled Cam Newton and the pyrotechnic Carolina Panthers offense.