If there's one running attack you want a piece, it's the Denver Broncos
When Knowshon Moreno went down with a knee and Willis McGahee left with a hamstring in the Broncos weird win over the Chiefs, there was only one running back left on the team (not named Tim Tebow) to carry the league's heaviest rushing load: Lance Ball.
You should get to know Lance Ball because if there's one rushing attack you probably want a piece of, it's the Denver Broncos.
Tim Tebow defied the odds on Sunday and came away with a victory
If you can't pass, you can't win. Right? Tell it to the Denver Broncos, whose ground-bound attack flies in the face of the prevailing notion that aerial bombardment is the only way to go in today's NFL.
It looks like it's Tebow time in Denver. But is that a good thing?
Tim Tebow has a knack for not going away. With Kyle Orton continuing to struggle, and fans begging for Tebow Time to start in Denver, head coach John Fox finally gave in and benched Orton during the Broncos game against the Chargers.
We take a look at the Panthers rebuilding year with Cam Newton.
The Panthers dropped off a cliff in 2010, falling to an NFL-worst 2–14 mark and setting numerous team records for offensive futility. As you would expect when a team performs that poorly, much is new for 2011. New coach Ron Rivera — who interviewed for 10 head coaching jobs before finally being hired by Carolina — is determined to turn things around in the aftermath of the John Fox era.