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Old 10-23-2012, 04:40 AM   #1
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Tackle Ryan Clady is one of just four tackles in the NFL to have started all six games without allowing a sack to start the season.

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Quarterback Peyton Manning earned his NFL-record 22nd career conference Player of the Week award after completing 24-of-30 passes for 309 yards with three touchdowns and one interception for a QB rating of 129.0 in Denver’s win over San Diego.

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The 24-point deficit that the Broncos overcame to defeat the Chargers on Monday night tied a team record for largest comeback in team history. Denver became just the fifth team in NFL history to trail by 24 or more points at halftime and win the game.
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Denver’s 35 second-half points set a team record, topping the previous high of 31 that the team scored at Kansas City (10/20/02) and at Oakland (11/6/11).

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Manning led his 47th career game-winning drive in the fourth quarter or overtime in Denver’s Week 6 win at San Diego to tie Dan Marino for the most since the 1970 NFL merger.

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Denver has outscored its opponents by 73 points in the fourth quarter this year to rank second in NFL history by a team through six games in a season. In Monday’s win, the Broncos outscored the Chargers 21-0 to complete the historic comeback. Denver hasn’t allowed a fourth-quarter point since Week 1 vs. Pittsburgh.

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Center Dan Koppen improved his career winning percentage to .778 with his 98th career regular-season win in Week 6. He owns a career regular-season record of 98-29 over his 10 NFL seasons.

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Linebacker Keith Brooking appeared in his 182nd consecutive game on Monday night in San Diego. That streak, which began on Sept. 3, 2001, is the third-longest among active NFL players, trailing London Fletcher (230) and Ronde Barber (229).

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Manning topped the 300-yard passing mark for the fourth consecutive game in Denver’s Week 6 victory. That ties a franchise record in that category.

-Stuart Zaas

Read comments here: http://blog.denverbroncos.com/denver...umbers-week-6/

Ring of Fame


The Broncos have a Ring of Fame on the Level 5 facade of Sports Authority Field at Mile High, which honors the following:Colorado Sports Hall of Fame


Main article: Colorado Sports Hall of Fame
  • 23 Goose Gonsoulin, S, 1960–66
  • 44 Floyd Little, RB, 1967–75
  • 87 Lionel Taylor, WR, 1960–66
  • 87 Rich Jackson, DE, 1967–72
  • Gerald Phipps, team owner, 1961–81
  • 18 Frank Tripucka, QB, 1960–63
  • 36 Billy Thompson, CB, 1969–81
  • 7 Craig Morton, QB, 1977–82
  • 25 Haven Moses, WR, 1972–81
  • 53 Randy Gradishar, LB, 1976–83
  • 57 Tom Jackson, LB, 1973–86
  • 80 Rick Upchurch, WR, 1975–83
  • 20 Louis Wright, S, 1975–86
  • Red Miller, Head Coach, 1977–80
  • Dan Reeves, Head Coach, 1981–92
  • 7 John Elway, QB, 1983–98
  • 77 Karl Mecklenburg, LB, 1983–94
  • 84 Shannon Sharpe, TE, 1990–99, 2002–03
  • 30 Terrell Davis, RB, 1995–2001
  • Pat Bowlen, Team Owner, 1983-Present (Class of 2007)
  • Mike Shanahan, Head Coach, 1995–2008
  • 91 Alfred Williams, DE-LB, 1996–99
HALL OF FAME

Willie Brown (1963-1966)
Tony Dorsett (1988)
John Elway (1983-1998)
Floyd Little (1967-1975)
Shannon Sharpe (1990-99, 2002-03)
Gary Zimmerman (1993-1997)

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Old 10-23-2012, 04:45 AM   #2
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It's hard to believe Rhonde Barber is still playing.
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Old 10-23-2012, 05:34 AM   #3
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Denver’s 35 second-half points set a team record, topping the previous high of 31 that the team scored at Kansas City (10/20/02) and at Oakland (11/6/11).
I love in the last 10 years we have put up over 30 points in a half against all three of our divisional rivals!

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The number of wins the Denver Broncos have this season.

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This is the only number I want to concern myself with right now. I'd like that to look like a 6 three and half weeks from now.
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0 - the number of afc west divisional losses the Broncos have
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Tackle Ryan Clady is one of just four tackles in the NFL to have started all six games without allowing a sack to start the season.
Goes back to Beantown Bronco Rule No. 11: nobody ever has their worst season in a contract year.
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Hmmmm I'm having a little trouble understanding this. Do you think you could put it in grid format?

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Denver’s 35 second-half points set a team record, topping the previous high of 31 that the team scored at Kansas City (10/20/02).


One of the few game outside of the Monday Night game vs oakland that S.O.B. played that I remember fondly.
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