Good Morning, Broncos fans! So, the Greg Bedards of the world can't accept the notion that a single blown call might have cost the Lions a win on Sunday.
Well, how about two blown calls?
The NFL admitted on Tuesday that the refs missed another huge penalty on Sunday, this time an uncalled hold on Ndamukong Suh during Tony Romo's late fourth-down conversion to Jason Witten.
Perhaps Bedard will now posit that the defender on Witten should have provided better coverage.
Bedard & Co. want us to believe the Lions missed opportunity after opportunity to defeat the Cowboys, so it's ultimately their fault. Of course, the irony here is that Bedard suggests any one play could have turned the game back in Detroit's favor.
So, a game can turn on one play, according to Bedard. Just not one where the officials screw up. How's that?
In his latest mailbag, Mike Klis says the Broncos have not considered consulting with Rex Ryan for a possible rematch with the Patriots.
Matt Bowen loves the versatility and balance C.J. Anderson adds to Denver's offense heading into the postseason.
Rahim Moore says he's not focusing on the awful memories of his last playoff action.
Danny Trevathan underwent surgery on his left kneecap on Tuesday.
The upcoming issue of SI includes a feature on John Elway.
Indy placed guard Hugh Thornton on IR and re-signed running back Michael Hill.
Mike Wells saw many signs of maturity in the play of Andrew Luck on Sunday.
While Manning and Luck have tired of talking about themselves and each other, Jim Irsay is still flapping his gums. Nothing quite like a silver spooner discussing destiny while heartily patting himself on the back.
A loss to Denver on Sunday might mark the end of Reggie Wayne's stellar career.
According to his father, FSU quarterback Jameis Winston will declare for the 2015 Draft.
Oakland is reportedlyone of many teams prepping a major offer for Lions pending free agent Ndamukong Suh.
Kurt Warner will tutor Colin Kaepernick this offseason.
KC signed several players to future contracts, including former Broncos corner Aaron Hester.
Chris Brown chronicles the brilliant partnership between Aaron Rodgers and Mike McCarthy.
Doug Farrar thinks Denver's offensive line is the third best among the eight remaining playoff teams.
Greg Cosell studies the play of Tony Romo from Sunday.
Aaron Rodgers is PFF's rightful Offensive POY.
Bill Barnwell looks at big offseason questions facing each of the Wild Card losers.
Jason Fitzgerald examines the caponomic situation of his woeful LOLJets.
KSK meme-ifies Wild Card weekend.
Brian Burke considers the impact of great players on each other and their respective units.
With Odell Beckham a slam dunk for Offensive ROY, Chase Stuart discusses the rarity of winning an individual award despite missing several games within a season.