TMZ releases footage of Ray Rice punching wife
After entering the elevator in what looks like an argument, Ray Rice initiates contact. Janay Rice reacts physically, only to be hit with a devastating punch that leaves her unconcious. Rice then drags her limp body out of the elevator, which is where the previously released footage picks up.
Not that those men's rights activists ever had any solid footing (on any matter, to be honest), but they can really STFU now...
If you only watched the first half of tonight’s game, you would have assumed the rest of the season was a waste of time.
Hand the Broncos the AFC.
If you’d only watched the second half, well, you would have assumed the same thing. The only difference?
You’d hand the Broncos a top-ten draft pick.
And that was pretty much the game. It remains to be seen just how great this Broncos team is, despite the lofty predictions and expectations.
Crazy, stupid season.
What’s a Broncos season opener without multiple touchdown catches by Julius Thomas? Couldn’t tell you, actually.
Thomas, who scored twice in the 2013 season opener against Baltimore, caught seven passes for 104 yards and three scores.
Rahim Moore nabbed two interceptions, and Montee Ball added 83 yards from scrimmage and a touchdown.
Always nice to see the Snake back where he belongs. (via LBS)
Inactives: Broncos - LB Danny Trevathan, RB Ronnie Hillman, CB Kayvon Webster, G Ben Garland, WR Nathan Palmer, T Michael Schofield, DT Mitch Unrein
Colts - WR Da'Rick Rogers, RB Zurlon Tipton, S Sergio Brown, LB Henoc Muamba, G Joe Rietz, DT Montori Hughes
They were never likely to challenge Denver for the AFCW title, but there's still something comforting about seeing the Chiefs and Raiders open in losing fashion.
Knowshon Moreno lit up New England in his Dolphins debut, rushing for 134 yards and a touchdown on 24 carries.
Miami took down the visiting Patriots 33-20 by shutting them out 23-0 in the second half.
The Chiefs defense was dealt a massive blow on Sunday, as Derrick Johnson suffered what is believed to be a torn Achilles.
Ian Rapoport says the injury is a season ender for Johnson, who graded out at +18.6 over 1,038 snaps in 2013.
The ninth-year linebacker had 4.5 sacks, two picks, seven passes defensed, and 107 total tackles last year.
Enjoy the games; go Miami (vs New England) and Tennessee (at Kansas City)!
According to Mike Florio, Von Miller can hold out for almost the entirety of his fifth season (2015) and still become a free agent the following offseason.
It would be a costly tactic, as Von is set to draw his biggest salary to date ($9.754M). And Denver would still have the option of using its franchise tag on Miller at that point.
We don't see negotiations between Von and the Broncos getting to that point, but it's an important possibility to keep in mind.