Tag Archives: Denver Broncos

John Fox

John Fox is not worth the Broncos extension

John Fox, head coach of the Denver Broncos, is a good and well-respected man.  But is he a good coach?  Denver’s management must think so; they just gave him a three-year extension.  In my opinion, he’s not worth it.

In early 2013 the Broncos had a Wildcard Playoff game at home with the Baltimore Ravens.  The game should have ended in regular time, with Denver winning.  The Ravens threw a long pass to Jacoby Jones to tie the game.  In the second overtime, Baltimore kicked the winning field goal.…


NFL Free Agency: Winners and Losers

If you have been living under a rock, NFL Free Agency is under way. Most media outlets immediately want to name a team who has won or lost free agency after a week. Not me. I have sat on this article for a couple weeks waiting out to see all the moves teams make.

With enough time past and teams getting more and more prepared for the 2014 NFL Draft, here are the winners and losers of NFL Free Agency.…

Duke Ihenacho

Duke Ihenacho an important part of the Broncos future

Denver Broncos’ safety Duke Ihenacho spent most of last season as a member of the practice squad. In his second season he started Super Bowl XLVIII as he finished the season with 72 tackles, third on the team with only 14 starts.

Duke Ihenacho played as a Spartan at San Jose State and led the FBS in interceptions by mid October, 2008. He even showed the versatility to play LB in several games.