Good Morning, Broncos fans! Naturally, all eyes today will be on Von Miller's right knee, which will undergo multiple tests, including an MRI.
While that situation will be all about hoping for the best, there's at least some good news regarding Champ Bailey's health.
Champ was limited to 35 snaps during yesterday's win at Houston, but said after the game that he felt good.
A lingering Lisfranc injury had permitted Bailey to play just 134 snaps prior to Sunday.
Denver might be in trouble if Miller is lost for the playoffs, but having Champ available would go a long way toward compensating for his absence.
Although it's nice that the Broncos were turnover free on Sunday (for only the third time all season), when are they going to cut down on all those penalties?
Demaryius Thomas says Peyton Manning's hard work means more to his success than his physical talents.
Tom Brady spoke this morning about Manning having taken the TD record back, and like Peyton, referred to it as a team record, rather than an individual one.
Here's what John Elway had to say about Peyton's record-breaking performance.
Matt Bowen breaks down Peyton Manning's record-breaking touchdown pass to Julius Thomas.
As far as Scott Kacsmar can tell, Manning is the first player to reclaim a major single-season record he'd previously lost.
Bills @ Pats has been moved to a 4:25pm ET kickoff so that the Broncos cannot clinch HFA before their game at Oakland.
Chicago coach Marc Trestman says that despite another classic Jay Cutler performance last night (five sacks, a fumble, and pick-six), Cutler will start the finale over Josh McCown.
Detroit (7-8) was eliminated from playoff contention by their 23-20 overtime loss to the Giants (6-9).
Longtime Jacksonville center Brad Meester, who plans to retire after the season, caught his first NFL pass in the Jags' home finale.
Dallas QB Tony Romo (back) will undergo an MRI but is expected to play Philly next week.
St. Louis fears that T Jake Long tore his ACL yesterday.