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Good morning https://www.broncosfanstore.com/Justin-Simmons-Jersey , Broncos Country!One of the most amazing yet bittersweet moments came for this rivalry. Of course I speak of the AFC Championship Game in January 1999 when the Denver Broncos hosted the New York Jets at Mile High Stadium. The win 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, 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 Domata Peko Color Rush Jersey , 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, 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 Demarcus Walker Jersey , 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. News and notes from day 14 of Broncos camp" Denver Broncos Training Camp2019 Denver Broncos Training Camp: Day 14 news and notesNew,24commentsNews and notes from day 14 of Broncos campMDTDay 14 was a shorts and shells practice day for the Broncos and the last practice before they head to Seattle to take on the Seattle Seahawks. Today we have Sanders and Sutton meeting with the media, Flacco playing some against the Seahawks and Drew Lock playing a lot, Austin Fort continuing to get reps, injury updates, quotes, and more!Sanders and Sutton address their fightYesterday’s big news was the little kerfuffle between fellow wide receivers Emmanuel Sanders and Courtland Sutton. Punches were thrown and words were exchanged but it appears all is good between the two.They both met with the media together and joked about their situation. Sanders told reporters that their next fight would a Pay-Per-View fight and it would cost people $69.99 to watch it.Sanders then got serious and told reporters that everything stands good and they had a bit of a miscommunication which resulted in their altercation. Sutton then stepped in and said that he has looked up to Sanders throughout his football career and that they are brothers at the end of the day.There are a lot of cliches in here likely orchestrated by the Broncos PR but I think this was a bunch of nothing. You see fights happen during camp in just about every camp each and every year. Yes, this was two people within their own positional group, but emotions were running high and shit happens. I don’t think it really warranted this sort of attention and should have been treated like a typical camp fight, but it is what it is. Obviously https://www.broncosfanstore.com/Chris-Harris-Jr-Jersey , I have moved on from this and hopefully Sanders, Sutton, and everyone else can too as well. Joe Flacco to play a little while Drew Lock will play a lotThe Broncos will play their first non-Hall Of Fame game preseason game this Thursday as they travel to Seattle to take on the Seahawks. It is just a preseason game, but those fans know how to get loud, so it should be a nice test for the team as they face some tough road conditions.After today’s practice. Head Coach Vic Fangio was asked about the quarterback rotation and he indicated that we will see a little of Joe Flacco and a lot of rookie Drew Lock.So we will get out first look at Joe Flacco under center in a Broncos uniform in a game scenario. That still is something we all need to get used too but hopefully it is a promising start for Flacco. I would imagine we will see a few safe plays where he gets rid of the ball quickly and he likely will only be out there a series or two at most. We then will see Kevin Hogan come in as the second quarterback. Despite his Training Camp struggles, he did look adequate in the Hall Of Fame game so lets see if he can continue that on Thursday night. He like Flacco will only play a little bit. Finally, we are going to see a lot of rookie quarterback Drew Lock according to Fangio. I would imagine he will take over sometime in the second quarter and likely play into the fourth. If he does well, we could see Rypien get some snaps, but it seems like they may just let Lock get as many reps as he can.Fangio was asked what improvements Lock can make against Seattle, and he told reporters that he just needs to “operate”. It wasn’t a great start for Lock in his preseason debut against the Falcons so hopefully he can turn it around against the Seahawks. Tight end Austin Fort continues to get repsThe Broncos tight end position is a bit banged up right now. Jeff Heuerman sat out today’s practice with a dinged up shoulder that isn’t a major concern for Head Coach Vic Fangio. Jake Butt hasn’t practiced in what seems like weeks. Bug Howard sprained his ankle and has been sidelined over a week and Troy Fumagalli has dealt with minor bumps and dings as well.All this has allowed undrafted free agent Austin Fort to receive an extra workload of snaps because of the injuries. Head Coach Vic Fangio commented on this after practice today.He seems like a safe bet to make the 53-man roster as of now. A spot is opening up with Jake Butt continuing to get injured and that is something that likely won’t stop.Injury reportTight end Jeff Heuerman sat out practice with a shoulder injury but Vic Fangio is not concerned about it.Linebacker Josey Jewell did not practice after tweaking his oblique during yesterday’s practice. Linebacker Joe Jones will be out for several weeks with a triceps tear.Linebacker Todd Davis continues to be sidelined with a calf injury.Tight end Jake Butt is continuing to sit out with knee issues.Tight end Bug Howard continued to sit out with an ankle injury.Linebacker Aaron Wallace continued to sit out practice as well.Tweets from campQuotesQuarterback Joe Flacco on whether the offense has continued to build on momentum during the last week.“Yeah, I think so. Once you start playing these games, it’s not quite as easy to go out there and run a million plays. [Head Coach] Vic [Fangio] has done a good job kind of working us hard and resting us also around these games. We had a good amount of time off being the fact that we (most of the starters) didn’t play in the Hall of Fame Game. We came back and had two really good days. Now, this is a day where we kind of more got ready for Seattle. It’s just one of those things where you have to make the most of your reps when that starts to become the case. Because that’s how the season goes, too. Once the season starts, you’re not [in] training camp practices running 110 plays like we have been. So, you have to make the most of what we got. And I think we have a group that’s working toward getting better at doing it.” Rookie guard Dalton Risner on if there will be extra excitement playing with QB Joe Flacco on Thursday.“Of course, I’m sure that Joe is going to do an extremely good job and I look up to Joe Flacco a ton. Shoot, I think I might have been in middle school whenever he won the Super Bowl for the Ravens. Being out here blocking for him is an honor. I take a lot of pride in blocking for him because I know that he knows what he’s doing and he works his butt off every day in practice. My job every day is to go out there and protect him.”Quarterback Joe Flacco on how involved Offensive Line Coach Mike Munchak is with the rest of the offense.“To be honest, he’s an offensive line coach. It’s not like I am sitting in meetings with him. But when we put in the run game, he gets a chance to get in front of us as a team and it’s awesome to hear him go to work. Obviously, the experience he brings because he was a such a great player in the league—but he’s also been a coach now for a long time and built his reputation on being a great coach. And you can see that come off when we’re in the meeting room and he’s going over the game plan and what we’re going to do. When you talk to the linemen, it’s nothing but a ton of respect for what he does and how he does it with them. So, it’s pretty cool to have him here.”

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