Good Morning, Broncos fans! The picture coming out of Washington continues to get uglier, with the latest story coming at the expense of RG3 (and RG2).
The elder Robert Griffin, true to his reputation as an overbearing parent of an athlete, has reportedly been lobbying owner Dan Snyder to hire Baylor coach Art Briles to replace Shanahan.
(Not even Archie Manning would do that. Well,
probably maybe not.)
Cole adds that Snyder is so cozy with RG3 that he invited the QB over to his house for Thanksgiving.
FWIW, Albert Haynesworth claimed last week that Shanny's contract forbade Snyder from fraternizing with players.
As for Shanahan, he at least still has a big fan in Marty Schottenheimer, who maintains that his nemesis is still the best coach around.
Champ Bailey is expected to play Sunday in Houston.
Trindon Holliday says he gets antsy with all of the nonreturnable kicks in today's game, but that doesn't explain why he looks like he's in his own head.
Paris Lenon doesn't appreciate being reminded of his advanced NFL age.
Once Denver's season is over, Matt Prater's cleats from his record-breaking FG will go to Canton.
We're not big fans of DVOA, but it's still hilarious (and typical) that Mike Klis had never heard of it before one of his emailers brought it up.
Jeff Legwold checks in on Denver's rookies.
Bucky Brooks thinks the Chiefs offense is picking up enough steam to make them a threat in the playoffs.
Oakland is now projected to have more than $63M in cap room for 2014, but Joel Corry expects Reggie McKenzie to take a cautious approach to free agency.
According to PFF, Louis Vasquez has the highest pass blocking efficiency among the league's right guards.
Chase Stuart puts Seattle's pass defense into historical perspective - among the greatest in NFL history.
Denver remains behind Seattle according to FO's DVOA.