Articles tagged "broncos"
Intelligence Index: Physically Gifted Denver Broncos a Dumb Team
The Denver Broncos remain one of the best teams in football: No. 1 still in our Quality Stats Power Rankings. But they have a critical weakness, and it's all in their heads: the physically gifted Broncos are not a very smart team.
Denver Broncos Beating Up Quality Teams; Have Chance To Rewrite NFL History
Peyton Manning and the Broncos are not only the best team in football, they're a league-best 5-1 vs. Quality Opponents. In fact, Denver has a chance to shatter the all-time NFL record of 10 wins in a season over Quality Teams. It's a record shared by three of the great teams in history.
No Debate: Facts Show Tom Brady Better Than Peyton Manning
For those people devoted to the stats, the data, the truth there is no debate: Tom Brady is better than Peyton Manning. Brady puts up similar stats in tougher conditions, produces more points, wins more consistently and doesn't shit the bed every year in the playoffs.
A Peyton Manning Stat More Amazing than 510 TD Passes
Peyton Manning is now the all-time TD pass leader, throwing four last night to surpass Brett Favre on the NFL career leaderboard. But Manning's TD pass assault looks even more dramatic if we compare him on a per-game basis to the greatest, most prolific passers in the history of the game.
The Super Bowl XLVIII Handicapping Kickoff Show
CHFF oddsmaking analyst Mike Wilkening warms up for the Super Bowl with a game-by-game review of the gambling seasons and results for the NFC champ Seattle Seahawks and AFC champ Denver Broncos.
Super Bowl XLVIII: Broncos-Seahawks The Statistically Perfect Super Bowl
Football is a chaotic, complicated and violent game. Yet it follows simple and definable statistical patterns centered around one single factor: the efficiency of your QB vs. the other guy's QB. And in this case, those patterns tell us that Denver-Seattle is the Statistically Perfect Super Bowl.
Patriots-Broncos: Trends Graphs Show Statistical Mirror Image
The final four teams this year are an amazing 44-2 (.947) when winning the battle of Passer Rating Differential, including a perfect 21-0 by the AFC title contenders. We take a graphical look at the seasons in New England and Denver and found remarkable similarities.
Get Tough Or Die: New England’s 17-Minute Moment of Truth
The New England Patriots entered the 2013 season with two choices: Get tough. Or die. They proved their physical fortitude with 6 rushing TDs Saturday against the Colts. They proved their mental toughness during a 17-minute moment of truth against the Broncos in Week 12.
Dominant Peyton Manning, Tom Brady Refute Parity Myth (Again)
Parity was long a buzzword in NFL circles. But it's hard to argue on behalf of parity when the teams with the same two quarterbacks dominate the AFC year after for more than a decade.
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