Good Morning, Broncos fans! It was a big day on the coaching carousel yesterday, with the most significant move being Oakland's firing of Huebris* Jackson. As Monte Poole details, it appears the Raiders will finally be operating the way most other sports franchises do: with a clear hierarchy, and with new GM Reggie McKenzie's handpicked coach able to hire/fire his own staff and even call plays without keeping one ear open for a call from Big Al.
But thankfully, a couple of Raiders trademarks will endure: firstly, their locational uncertainty continues, as owner Mark Davis says the team is considering either a move back to LA, shacking up with the Niners, or a new stadium in Oaktown. Secondly, it appears Davis has the potential to someday sport a look as caricature-like as his late father did: his hairdo appears to be an amalgam of those belonging to Lloyd Christmas and Ishmael.
More good news for Denver arrives from Jacksonville, where the Jaguars have hired
Mark Mike Mularkey, meaning Mike McCoy is out of the running for that gig. Guess the Broncos are stuck with his terrible playcalling, huh?
* This one belongs to TJ
Sam Monson calls the play which resulted in Daniel Fells' 40-yard reception "one of the most clever play designs I've seen all season." Obviously that wasn't drawn up by McCoy...
Judy Battista finds plenty of praise for Tim Tebow's throwing from a pair of ex-Gators OCs.
In the four years PFF has been tracking this stuff, no cornerback has given up as many yards as Ike Taylor did Sunday.
Barry Petchesky wonders why it wasn't a big deal when Ryan Fitzpatrick, Matt Ryan and some dude named Aaron Rodgers each threw for 316 yards earlier in the year.
Matt Ufford at SBN explains how the Broncos are going to win the Super Bowl via divine intervention.
Those Taiwanese animators may have gone a tad too far in crucifying Tebow in their latest video, but the part with the NFL execs celebrating with cash money is brilliant.
Dave Krieger says the Broncos have nothing to lose and should go all out on Saturday.
Tim Tebow says he's been approached by Republican presidential candidates but he's declining to endorse any of them.
Tebow was the inspiration for Letterman's Top 10 last night.
The Rams interviewed a couple of GM candidates, while Panthers OC Rob Chudzinski joins Jeff FIsher and Dennis Allen as a HC option for them; Eagles personnel man Ryan Grigson had a second interview with the Colts for their GM job; Jay Gruden will remain Cincy's OC next season.
No surprise here: Robert Griffin III will declare for the draft.
Demaryius Thomas is Bill Barnwell's fabulous player from Sunday, while Willis McGahee is his flop.
John Parr re-recorded St. Elmo's Fire with Tebow lyrics, as if that's going to improve the song?
Peter KIng responds to emails about Josh McDaniels and the Broncos.
Stink has a new radio show.