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Popcorn Sutton
09-08-2009, 09:44 AM
Lot's of material here. I expect you all to read and post back in a few hours. Thanks. :approve:

http://web1.denverbroncos.com/resources/custom/mediaroom/games/W1_at_CIN_9_13_09_web.pdf
(http://web1.denverbroncos.com/resources/custom/mediaroom/games/W1_at_CIN_9_13_09_web.pdf)

Tombstone RJ
09-08-2009, 09:59 AM
Lot's of material here. I expect you all to read and post back in a few hours. Thanks. :approve:

http://web1.denverbroncos.com/resources/custom/mediaroom/games/W1_at_CIN_9_13_09_web.pdf
(http://web1.denverbroncos.com/resources/custom/mediaroom/games/W1_at_CIN_9_13_09_web.pdf)


Wow, lots of good stuff, thanks!

GoHAM
09-08-2009, 10:24 AM
Named the 12th head coach in Denver Broncos history on Jan. 12, 2009,
Josh McDaniels will make his NFL regular-season head coaching debut on
Sunday in Cincinnati.

All-time, Broncos head coaches are 8-0 when making their regular-season
head-coaching debut at the start of a season. Including individuals
named head coach during a season, Broncos head coaches are 9-2 in their
first regular-season game with the club.

Below is a look at how Denver’s head coaches have fared in their first regular-
season game.

BRONCOS HEAD COACHES IN THEIR
FIRST REGULAR-SEASON GAME, ALL-TIME
Head Coach NFL Exp. Game Result
Frank Filchock 1st at Boston, 9/9/60 W, 13-10
Jack Faulkner 1st vs. San Diego, 9/7/62 W, 30-21
Mac Speedie* 1st vs. Kansas City, 10/11/64 W, 33-27
Ray Malavasi* 1st vs. N.Y. Jets, 9/25/66 L, 16-7
Lou Saban 7th vs. Boston, 9/3/67 W, 26-21
Jerry Smith* 1st at Kansas City, 11/21/71 L, 28-10
John Ralston 1st vs. Houston, 9/17/72 W, 30-17
Red Miller 1st vs. St. Louis, 9/18/77 W, 7-0
Dan Reeves 1st vs. Oakland, 9/6/81 W, 9-7
Wade Phillips 2nd at N.Y. Jets, 9/5/93 W. 26-20
Mike Shanahan 3rd vs. Buffalo, 9/3/95 W, 22-7
Josh McDaniels 1st at Cincinnati, 9/13/09 TBD
* - Named head coach during the season

I found this information the most interesting, 8-0 all time for Denver's HC debut game.

Here's hoping that trend continues! ^5

Irish Stout
09-08-2009, 10:26 AM
I was just going to post this! Glad someone else did.

150 pages of information!!! It was almost information overload, but it was great! I didn't know that Eddie Royal was #2 all time for Rookie receptions (after Boldin).

ludo21
09-08-2009, 10:30 AM
Eddie Mac is calling the game on KOA, good to see him still around.

Has he been doing this for awhile and I missed it?

gotfredson
09-08-2009, 10:38 AM
Nice info. Gets me ready for gameday. Denver 31-Cincy-17

Inkana7
09-08-2009, 10:40 AM
So this is where the broadcasters get all those nifty little stats.

cousinal11
09-08-2009, 10:48 AM
I was just going to post this! Glad someone else did.

150 pages of information!!! It was almost information overload, but it was great! I didn't know that Eddie Royal was #2 all time for Rookie receptions (after Boldin).

I thought Terry Glenn had a bunch his rookie year.

EDIT: He had 90. Only had more than 70 twice after that in her 11 year career.

ludo21
09-08-2009, 11:05 AM
BEST HOME WINNING PCT. BY A QB, NFL, 2005-PRES.
(min. 15 starts)
Player W L T Pct.
1. Kyle Orton, Chi. 15 2 0 .882
2. Peyton Manning, Ind. 27 5 0 .844
3. Philip Rivers, S.D. 20 4 0 .833
4. Tom Brady, N.E. 19 6 0 .760
5. Jake Delhomme, Car. 17 6 0 .739

hope we get back to our winning ways at home again..