DRC: They wanted it way more than us

Good Evening, Broncos fans. Earlier today, we noted a couple of telling quotes from the SB-winning Seahawks.

Here's one from the Broncos, and it's far from your typical "they were better than us today" line. Here's what Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie had to say:

We've got to give credit to Seattle, you could tell they wanted it way more than us. They were not going to take a loss. They definitely came out and punched us around.


SB 48

Sam Monson, Bill Barnwell, Mike TanierBrian BurkeBen StockwellPeter King, Don Banks, Ben ShpigelWill Brinson, and John Clayton recap the game.

Mike Silver, Jarrett Bell, and John Branch sum up the game for Seattle.

Joan NiesenAndrew Mason, Dave Krieger, Jeff LegwoldPaul KleeWoody Paige, and Mark Kiszla recap it from Denver's perspective.

Benjamin Hochman focuses on the horrifying plays that started each half.

Thanks to some terrible planning by the NFL, NJ Transit was apparently a total clusterf#$% last night.


Chris Harris will undergo surgery on his left knee to repair an ACL he says is only 30% torn.

Lindsay Jones and Chris Burke discuss the offseason roster decisions facing Denver.

Shannon Sharpe thinks HOF voters should examine the statistical similarities between the careers of Terrell Davis and Earl Campbell.

One Broncos fan earned his first PGA Tour win before last night's game, while the rest fired up their porn machines once it was over.

If you can laugh through these visualizations of how badly Denver got smoked last night, you are quite well adjusted.

PFT Commenter puts into words what every Zombie was thinking last night.

Peyton Manning

Despite Sunday's humiliation, Manning was gracious as ever, including with Richard Sherman.

Judy Battista and Ashley Fox consider what the loss means for Manning.


DC Dan Quinn says he would have been interested in the Browns head gig, had he been available to interview for it.

Doug Farrar on Pete Carroll's long road to the top; Judy Battista wonders if a dynasty is in Seattle's future; Jeffri Chadiha says Percy Harvin proved his worth on Sunday night.

Chase Stuart and Jason Lisk put the Seattle defense into historical perspective.

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