Good morning , Broncos Country!One of the most amazing yet bittersweet moments came for this rivalry.
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Good morning , Broncos Country!One of the most amazing yet bittersweet moments came for this rivalry.
Of course I speak of the AFC Championship Phillip Lindsay Color Rush Jersey Game in January 1999 when the Denver Broncos hosted the New York Jets at Mile High Stadium. The win https://www.broncosfanstore.com catapulted the Broncos to their second of back-to-back Super Bowls but it also was the final home for John Elway. Amazing yet bittersweet. There have been some incredible moments, good and bad, between these two teams. Before the next chapter gets written today in New Jersey, let’s look back at that history, plus what to watch for courtesy of Denver’s weekly release. On the latest MHR Radio Podcast, Adam Malnati and previewed the game. Plus, you can check out my weekly segment with Michael Klahr and Mark Knudson. We talked discussed if Case Keenum was still the right move at quarterback, takeaways from the Kansas City Chiefs loss and my keys/prediction for today’s game (my segment starts at the 24:30 mark). Sunday marks the 36th regular season game between the Broncos and Jets. Denver is 19-15-1 in the series with New York, 11-8 at home and 8-7-1 on the road. The first game between the two teams was Sept. 23, 1960, at the Polo Grounds in New York w/the Titans (Jets) winning 28-24.The most recent game between the Broncos and Jets was last season with Denver winning 23-0. The Broncos are currently on a three-game winning streak, and the longest is five games — Dec. 3, 1967-Sept. 19, 1976. The longest winning streak for the Jets is three games, done twice, with the most recent coming Oct. 31, 1965-Sept. 24, 1967.Program from first Broncos-Titans (Jets) game.Prior to last season, the last Broncos home win came on Nov. 18, 2011, when Tim Tebow won the game on a 20-yard touchdown run, 17-13. Denver started that drive on its 5-yard line with 5 minutes Denver Broncos Customized Jerseys , 54 seconds remaining and trailing 13-10. The last Broncos home loss vs the Jets came on Oct. 24, 2010, 24-20. The last Broncos win on the road was Oct. 12, 2014, at MetLife Stadium, 31-17.In the Jets and Broncos series there have been two shutouts, the most recent coming last season. The most points (46) for Denver was on Sept. 19, 1976, in a Broncos 46-13 win at Mile High Stadium. The most points (46) for New York was on Nov. 22, 1962, in a 46-45 win at Bears Stadium.The largest margin of victory (43 points) came from that 46-3 win in 1976. The largest margin of victory (35) for the Jets came in a 45-10 win on Oct. 31, 1965, at Shea Stadium in New York. The most combined points (91) for the Jets and Broncos was from that 46-45 New York win in 1962. The fewest combined points (23), which happened twice, with the most recent being a 16-7 Jets win on Sept. 25, 1966, at Bears Stadium. The Broncos and Jets have met one time in the playoffs, the AFC Championship Game on Jan. 17, 1999, at Mile High Stadium. Denver won that game 23-10. Of course, this was the win that propelled the Broncos to their second-straight Super Bowl. It also was John Elway’s final game in Denver. The interesting tidbit about the Broncos and Jets AFC Title Game — New York’s defensive coordinator was Bill Belichick. Denver running back Terrell Davis finished with 167 yards rushing and a touchdown. What to watch Broncos linebacker Von Miller needs 1.5 sacks to tie Ken Harvey (89.0) for 47 on the NFL’s all-time sack list. Keenum needs 241 passing yards to reach 10,000 for his NFL career. He also needs one passing touchdown to reach 50 for his career. Broncos receiver Emmanuel Sanders needs 12 catches to reach 500 for his NFL career. He also needs one catch to pass Brandon Marshall (the receiver Denver Broncos T-Shirts , 327 receptions) for sole possession of ninth place on the franchise’s all-time receptions list. Cornerback and returner Adam Jones needs 66 punt return yards to become the 39th player in NFL history with 2,000 punt return yards. Broncos kicker Brandon McManus needs one field goal to reach 100 for his NFL career and pass David Treadwell (99) for sole possession of fifth place on the franchise’s all-time list. McManus also has the best field goal percentage (83.2) in team history.The Broncos rookie trio of Royce Freeman, Phillip Lindsay and Courtland Sutton have combined for 678 yards from scrimmage. That represents the most by a rookie class through four games since 1984 Pittsburgh Steelers.The MHR Radio Podcast is now on iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, Acast, Stitcher, TuneIn and a few other podcast hosts. Please subscribe to the one that fits your fancy, and also rate and review what you hear.Horse Tracks Three Keys to Broncos-JetsThe Broncos' road struggles are well-documented. Generating more takeaways and winning the turnover margin would help them get back on the right track.Mason's Mailbag: Regarding the play clockAlso, what will it take for the Broncos to win? Mase offers a key statistic worth noting regarding the running game.Hotel Report: Roby ready to be disruptive for #DENvsNYJAs the Broncos arrive in New Jersey, cornerback Bradley Roby talks with Broncos TV about his first road game against the Jets and what he needs to do this weekend to stop Sam Darnold.Klis List: Check-off these items and Broncos will beat the Jets | 9news.comThe 2-2 Denver Broncos are an underdog this Sunday when they face the 1-3 New York Jets at MetLife Stadium.Denver Broncos got a gem when linebacker Josey Jewell dropped in draft - Denver Broncos- ESPNEvery week, rookie fourth-round pick Josey Jewell keeps carving out more time on the Broncos' defense in spite of his combine numbers.Broncos' 7 keys to victory against New York Jets - Denver7 TheDenverChannel.comThe Broncos seek their first road win of season in a key swing game against the Jets.NFL Tracks Rookie contract hero: How Patrick Mahomes & Co helps Chiefs build dynasty - SBNation.comKansas City drafted Mahomes, Tyreek Hill, and Kareem Hunt, and their emergence will ripple well into the future.NFL issues clarification on roughing the passer rule to 'ensure consistency'The NFL has issued a clarification on its much-debated roughing the passer rule after three weeks of outrage from players, coaches and fans.The NFL’s Grumpy Season - WSJFrom weekly meltdowns about penalties to player contract disputes, there has been weekly drama so far this NFL season.Top developments during first quarter of NFL seasonBy almost every metric imaginable, this has been a banner year for NFL offenses.RIP Defense: A new era of NFL Offense - Turf Show TimesScoring is up. Defense is down. What the hell is going on?NFL admits to huge officiating mistake against the Browns in overtime loss to Raiders - CBSSports.comBrowns fans probably aren't going to like thisNFL settles lawsuit with family of late Junior SeauThe family of Pro Football Hall of Fame linebacker Junior Seau has settled its wrongful death lawsuit against the NFL.NFL fans taking advantage of additional digital access - NFL.comDigital streaming for last week's Vikings-Rams game was the highest ever for Thursday Night Football. And viewers weren't merely tuning in for a snippet. Fans are using their phones and tablets just as they would their TVs.Five Bold Predictions for Week 5 - NFL.comFantasy managers have been clamoring for Aaron Jones to take over the Packers backfield for good. Will it finally happen? Read why Adam Rank loves Jones this week and much more in his Five Bold Predictions for Week 5.Why the NFL should get rid of cheerleadersThis country and its treatment of women are starting to change for the better. Yet there's still such a long way to go. And sports can be a part of that change.The Four Must-See Matchups for NFL Week 5 - The RingerIf you were going to design a defense to defeat Patrick Mahomes II, it would look a whole lot like the Jacksonville Jaguars’. What else will Week 5 teach us?NFL player safety failure: Player not flagged for helmet violationsFor the second time in four nights, a running back steamrolled a defender in the open field while using the crown of his helmet as a battering ram.Three Keys to Broncos-JetsThe Broncos' road struggles are well-documented. Generating more takeaways and winning the turnover margin would help them get back on the right track.Mason's Mailbag: Regarding the play clockAlso, what will it take for the Broncos to win? Mase offers a key statistic worth noting regarding the running game.Klis List: Check-off these items and Broncos will beat the Jets | 9news.comThe 2-2 Denver Broncos are an underdog this Sunday when they face the 1-3 New York Jets at MetLife Stadium.Denver Broncos got a gem when linebacker Josey Jewell dropped in draft - Denver Broncos- ESPNEvery week, rookie fourth-round pick Josey Jewell keeps carving out more time on the Broncos' defense in spite of his combine numbers.Broncos' 7 keys to victory against New York Jets - Denver7 TheDenverChannel.comThe Broncos seek their first road win of season in a key swing game against the Jets. Beating the high-flying Kansas City Chiefs in Arrowhead will be no small task. Some may even argue impossible. But Broncos safety Justin Simmons would not be among those.This team can absolutely beat KC but it has to “do a whole lot better” than its 75 percent effort last time around at Mile High when the Broncos were throttling Patrick Mahomes into the fourth quarter. But the second-year standout unleashed his wrath in the final quarter and got the better of a tired defense that couldn’t seem to tackle anyone.Buoyed by a dominant game against the Cardinals Denver Broncos Hats , the Broncos defense is planning for a different outcome this time around.“Obviously to hold them under 30 points is good, but we could have done even better than that. And that’s the part of the tape that we look at,” Simmons told Ryan Edwards & Co. on Orange and Blue Radio’s “1st & 10 @ 10.” Listen to "10-22-18 Justin Simmons 1st &10" on Spreaker.While the Broncos remain the only team to so far hold the Chiefs under 30 points of offense, Simmons believes once again it’s going to be the defense that has to win the game.“Like we said last time, if we want to win this game, it’s going to come down to us defensively, and we didn’t get it done in the fourth quarter. This time it’s the same recipe,” Simmons added. “It’s going to come down to us - not only holding them to less points but creating more turnovers, creating more opportunities for the offense to have more time of possession and more chances to move the ball down the field. If we’re going to win in KC that’s what it’s going to take.”A possible tweak this time around could be seeing more Simmons in the slot again - a position Simmons said he loves playing.“We might. We might,” the safety said after Andrew Mason asked if fans would see him playing slot corner more now. “I definitely love doing it. We have the best nickel corner in the game; learning from him every day is awesome.”Even coach Vance Joseph hinted on Monday that Simmons - who has played every defensive snap of the season so far - may be used that way on Sunday.“He’s good football player, he’s very smart. He allows us to play some base versus three-wide because he can cover the slot for the most part,” Joseph noted. “He’s guy that’s valuable to us - as a leader, as a guy that can cover slots and as a blitzer that plays the ball from the high zone. He’s definitely a good football player for us.”Of course, the main question for that position will be how to handle the tight ends because the one who plays for the Chiefs is pretty good.Simmons compared covering the Patriots’ Rob Gronkowski with Chiefs’ Travis Kelce and noted that while Gronk can catch anything while also being aggressive and “pushing off” because he can’t get great separation, Kelce is more of a shifty target, using the finesse of his footwork to make him tough to tackle.“Kelce is very similar [to Gronk] but more of an elusive tight end,” Simmons said. “He has that twitch to be able to get open. Not the push-off type of guy. Nine times out of 10, he likes to make his feet work for him.” Simmons added that studying how each tight end plays man versus zone concepts is key to learning how to cover them. But when it comes to actually bringing them down, you just “get them down no matter what it takes.”Sounds like an excellent game plan for the entire defense on Sunday.Bonus listen:The guys on 1st & 10 @ 10 also did a great interview with Shamarko Thomas who was a beast on special teams last week against the Cardinals.But it’s worth a listen just for the exchange between Steve Atwater and Thomas when the Pro-Bowl-should-be-in-the-Hall-of-Fame safety asks Thomas where he learned “to throw his 5-foot-9, 205-pound body around like that?”“Just watching guys like ... well, YOU!”
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