Good Morning, Broncos fans! Denver has a full game lead on the rest of the AFCW today, thanks to a late comeback win by the Cardinals on Monday.
Arizona scored 12 fourth-quarter points to knock off San Diego 18-17, with Carson Palmer directing a game-winning 91-yard drive.
Philip Rivers was intercepted once and had a key late fumble that pushed San Diego out of field goal range.
Center Nick Hardwick suffered an ankle injury of unknown severity during the loss.
As Doug Farrar sees it, Rivers may already be missing the influence of former OC Ken Whisenhunt, now coaching Tennessee.
An 0-2 start seems quite likely, as the Chargers will host the Seahawks on Sunday.
Before there's a vote on a new drug policy, the Broncos' players will need to elect a new union rep, as they haven't found a replacement for Joel Dreessen.
Chris Harris acknowledges he's not in good enough shape yet to play a full complement of snaps.
While his injury limited him to 39 snaps, Nate Irving still racked up an impressive +2.6 grade from PFF.
Troy Renck focuses on the fine NFL debut of Bradley Roby.
Joan Niesen says there's no doubting that Manning is now a Coloradan and a Bronco.
Reality appears to have set in that the Chiefs just aren't as good as they were last year.
Jason Hirschhorn says Alex Smith's new contract reminds him of the albatross KC gave Matt Cassel.
According to TMZ, the NFL never requested to see the elevator video of Ray Rice knocking out his then-fiancee.
Incredibly, Baltimore coach John Harbaugh says he still fully supports Rice.
Keith Olbermann and Jason Whitlock say Roger Goodell should turn in his resignation.
Mike Florio maintains that the league could have gotten access to the video, if they really had wanted to.
Detroit trounced the Giants 35-14, as Matthew Stafford connected with Calvin Johnson for two touchdowns.
Matt Bowen breaks down tape from Week 1, including Julius Thomas's second touchdown of the night.
Brian Burke considers the value of a coach's replay challenge.
Robert Mays offers an ode to the Arizona secondary.
Undrafted Jacksonville wideout Allen Hurns had one of the best rookie debuts of the past 45 years.
Peyton Manning ranked fourth among quarterbacks in DYAR in Week 1.