Good Morning, Broncos! With the first axe having fallen on old friend Gary Kubiak, all eyes are on Houston's coaching vacancy.
Another old friend, Wade Phillips, will again serve as interim head coach, as he had while Kubes recovered from his frightening mini-stroke last month.
His quarterback for the next three games will be Case Keenum, whom Kubiak had yanked at halftim on Thursday night in favor of Matt Schaub.
Happy Friday, Broncos fans! With the forecast calling for cold conditions on Sunday, the Broncos moved their practice back outside on Thursday, and will likely do so again on Friday.
Following their now customary Wednesday off day, Peyton Manning and Joel Dreessen returned as full participants.
Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, Julius Thomas, Danny Trevathan, Champ Bailey, Knowshon Moreno, and Malik Jackson were also full participants, after having been limited on Wednesday.
It was the first full practice for DRC since he was injured before halftime at New England.
Good Morning, Broncos fans! The Titans have taken major strides from a year ago, when they finished 6-10 and with a point differential of minus-141.
While they've dropped three of their past four, Tennessee sports a very respectable minus-3 differential through 12 games.
Of course, this is the week that figure could change, and in a big way.
Good Morning, Broncos fans! Appropriately, the NFL has fined Pittsburgh coach Mike Tomlin $100K for his sideline shenanigans.
Additionally, Tomlin has been removed from the competition committee, which also makes sense.
However, the league will await the final draft order before determining whether to dock any of the Steelers' picks.
This would seem a reasonable plan, given that the potential value of each of the team's picks varies quite widely at this juncture.
Good Morning, Broncos fans! If Sunday re-established that Denver is the team to beat in the AFC, Monday night did the same for Seattle in the NFC.
The Seahawks (11-1) scored 27 first-half points in a 34-7 demolition of the visiting Saints (9-3), getting three touchdown passes from Russell Wilson and holding Drew Brees to just 147 yards.
Seattle clinched a playoff berth with the win and now holds a commanding two-game edge over New Orleans and Carolina for best record in the conference.
Good Afternoon, Broncos fans! Sitting atop the AFC and AFCW with a 10-2 record, Denver has a chance to clinch a playoff berth against Tennessee next Sunday.
The Titans (5-7) will come to town having lost three of its past four games, including a 22-14 decision at Indy (8-4) yesterday (their second loss to the Colts in three weeks).
Those three losses have come by a margin of just 13 combined points, with Ryan Fitzpatrick quarterbacking the team in place of Jake Locker, who was lost to a foot injury similar to the one suffered by Ryan Clady.
Good Morning, Broncos fans! Our thoughts today continue to be with Derek Wolfe, whose latest frightening episode will keep him out of today's rematch at Arrowhead.
According to ESPN, Wolfe did not suffer a stroke or full-blown seizure, but it is unclear when he will be able to return to football activities.
The second-year lineman reportedly underwent a battery of tests Friday and Saturday, including MRI, CT scan, and X-rays.
Doctors have reportedly concluded that Friday's seizure-like symptoms were not linked to any prior injuries.
Good Morning, Broncos fans! It's true - Knowshon Moreno has been a rock for Denver, for more than a year now.
But when it's said that Knowshon has gotten up with the ball in his hands for 389 straight touches, there's a convenient omission of sorts.
In full disclosure, Moreno did fumble against Dallas in Week 5.
But because he was fortunate enough to emerge with the ball - and remember, recovering fumbles is all about luck, as last week's game reinforced so well - it can be said that Knowshon hasn't lost a fumble since Week 2 against Atlanta in 2012.
Good Morning, Broncos fans! Peyton Manning and Joel Dreessen were full practice participants Thursday, after having been held out on Wednesday.
Knowshon Moreno, Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, and Omar Bolden made limited returns, while Kayvon Webster was upgraded to a full participant.
Champ Bailey and Julius Thomas were again limited, and are expected to play on Sunday.
Good Morning, and Happy Thanksgiving, Broncos fans! Denver held Peyton Manning out of practice for the third consecutive Wednesday to rest his ailing ankles.
Knowshon Moreno, Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, Joel Dreessen, and Omar Bolden were also held out.
Champ Bailey, Julius Thomas, and Kayvon Webster were limited, while six others were listed as full participants.
Manning and Dreessen are expected back for today's practice.