Articles tagged "Week 8"

Peyton Manning Rips Denver Scoreboard Operator

Cold, Hard Football Facts for October 24, 2014

Peyton Manning is one of the greatest quarterbacks in NFL history. He's also a perfectionist and some might say a control freak ... just ask the Denver scoreboard operator following the Broncos 35-21 win over the Chargers.

San Diego & Denver: Experts In Red Zone Offensive Efficiency

Cold, Hard Football Facts for October 22, 2014

The Broncos (5-1) and Chargers (5-2) have each scored points on their past 53 offensive trips inside the 20-yard line, tied for the longest active streak in the NFL. This season, Denver has scored touchdowns on 15 of 19 red zone trips (NFL-best 78.9 percent).

Quality Stats Six Pack: Are the Seahawks Really Done?

Cold, Hard Football Facts for October 22, 2014

After a shocker sends the Seahawks to 3-3, Adam Dobrowolski examines the chances of a Seattle resurgence with a game-by-game analysis of the pass D.

Denver Broncos Look Super: No. 1 In Quality Stats Power Rankings

Cold, Hard Football Facts for October 21, 2014

The Broncos are No. 3 on the Defensive Hog Index, No. 2 in Defensive Real Passing Yards Per Attempt and No. 2 in Passer Rating Differential. In other words, the defense has come to play through seven weeks.

Jerry Jones Powders Dez Bryant; Changes His Diaper: Potentially Breaking News Week 8

Cold, Hard Football Facts for October 28, 2013

All the Week 8 NFL headlines that are unfit to print.

Week 8 Highlights: Terrelle Pryor One Better Than Bo Jackson; Alex Smith Better Than Everyone

Cold, Hard Football Facts for October 27, 2013

Kansas City’s Alex Smith became the first quarterback since the 1970 merger to win his first eight games to start a season with a new team.

Four TOs, 45 Points and a Blowout: Denver Says Why Not?

Cold, Hard Football Facts for October 27, 2013

The Broncos are the most interesting second-place team in NFL history, and the league scoring record is theirs to claim, Colonel Comey reports in Take 2 of Five Things We (He) Learned.

Dallas at Detroit (-3): Dallas Defense Romo's Game Away

Cold, Hard Football Facts for October 27, 2013

Behind the arm of Matt Stafford, the legs of Reggie Bush and hands of Calvin Johnson, Detroit produced an astronomical 623 yards of offense. Johnson’s 329 receiving yards on 14 catches was seven yards short of Flipper Anderson’s single game record of 336 receiving yards in a Nov. 1989 game for the Los Angeles Rams against the New Orleans Saints.

Chip Kelly: The Dumbest Coach Of The 21st Century?

Cold, Hard Football Facts for October 27, 2013

It may be year one in the pros, but Chip Kelly is off to a rough start. His players haven't flourished and the lack of success falls in his lap.

Miami at New England (-7): Gritty Pats Pluck Victory From Dolphins

Cold, Hard Football Facts for October 27, 2013

New England trailed Miami 17-3 at halftime and rattled off 24 unanswered. Tom Brady completed just 13 of 22 passes for 116 yards, two touchdowns, one interception and New England averaged an anemic 4.0 Real Passing Yards Per Attempt. Yes four!


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