Saturday, October 23, 2021

Keeler: If the Broncos, Teddy Bridgewater, want to placate the NFL haters, there’s only one rebuttal. beat Baltimore. Lamar defeated Jackson.

show them.

do yes-but pause.

“People don’t Fear Denver,” said CBS Sports analyst Jonathan Jones when asked where the 3-0 Broncos NFL stands in the less elevated parts of the nation. “They’re afraid of heights. They have the last type of home field advantage in the NFL, they’re afraid. But they haven’t stirred fear into the hearts of other teams in five years or six years.

“But if (they) conquer this Ravens…”

Show them, Broncos.

scare them again.

“When I was coaching with the Chargers, we had a year where we went 4-12 and the next year (2004) we came back and we were 12-4,” recalled Pro Football Hall of Fame wideout James Laughton. did. Will help call the Broncos-Ravens for CBS on Sunday at Mile High at Empower Field. “We haven’t changed much in terms of the people in the building.

“When the schedule came (in 2005), I was in my wide receiver room and I was talking to him about it. (Pundit) were saying, ‘You guys have to go back-to-back playing Pittsburgh, and then you have to play New England.’

“I told the players, ‘No, they have to play we.’

“And I think once you get into that mindset, ‘they have to play’ we.‘ … I’m pretty sure (coach) Vic Fangio is taking those guys.


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