Charles Woodson #24 ranks second in the league with eight takeaways this season (five interceptions and three fumble recoveries).
Monthly Archives: December 2015
“The Broncos blew it all Sunday. They threw away a victory, dropped the ball and lost their grip on the No. 1 seed in the AFC playoffs. This loss ripped out around 76,000 hearts in the stadium. And that’s not the worst of it. This sad-beyond-belief, 15-12 defeat against the lowly Oakland Raiders was so damaging to Denver it could slowly tear the team apart.”
I’ve been hating DEN with a passion for quite some time. Only natural after hopeless game after game as helpless Dennis Allen’s teams got eviscerated by HOF-for-hire Peyton Manning. Then JDR came along and got Mark Davis to bring him in by promising to beat the Broncos. A split is a good start. Looking forward to years to come, leaving the fans at Mile Hi traumatized with record breaking sack numbers. Picture perfect TD strikes by our top 5 QB. Becuase FUCK these donklovers
Marquette King #7 had a season-high 10 punts for 460 yards and tied a franchise record by placing five of them inside the 20-yard line in the Week 14 win against Denver. He also had a high 55-yarder that the Broncos muffed at the 11-yard line, setting up the go-ahead touchdown. King also had a coffin-corner 47-yarder that was downed at the 2.
One of the Greatest: Daryle Lamonica #3 The Mad Bomber played eight years in Oakland and racked up all kinds of awards and honors. He also threw for 16,655 yards and 148 touchdowns for the Raiders in compiling a very impressive 62-16-6 record as the starter.
“A little more than a month after he died, the Hall of Fame Seniors Committee nominated Stabler as a finalist for the Class of 2016. The committee considers players who had been out of football 25 or more years. Ken Stabler #12 needs 80 percent of votes to come his way to receive a bronze bust in Canton.”
He quarterbacked Oakland to five straight conference championship games. He led the team to a win in Super Bowl XI behind a workmanlike 12-of-19 passing performance. He twice led the NFL in touchdown passes. He twice led the league in passing completion percentage.