Howdy, Omelette readers! Another week, another loss for the Denver Broncos, who fell 19-17 to the Houston Texans on Sunday. Here’s a roundup of what you may have missed from yesterday’s game:
Broncos Analysis: Loss to Texans felt like the end for Vance Joseph and the season.
Just lose, baby, columnist Mark Kiszla writes. Broncos can count on Vance Joseph to mess it up, as coach did again against Texans.
Ex-Broncos WR Demaryius Thomas on his Texans debut: “It was tough, man.”
A silver lining for Denver fans: TE Jeff Heuerman produces career day in the loss.
Center Matt Paradis sustained a fractured fibula in the loss.
Broncos report card and game balls from Week 9 against the Houston Texans.
Broncos QB Case Keenum is one of only 3 NFL starters this season to not reach a 100 passer rating.
Denver Broncos sell out their 400th consecutive game.
Broncos’ up-down drill: Best and worst against the Houston Texans.
— Joe Nguyen, The Denver Post
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Hannah Foslien, The Associated PressColorado Avalanche’s Gabriel Landeskog (92), of Sweden, passes the puck away from Minnesota Wild’s Mikael Granlund (64), of Finland, during the second period of an NHL hockey game Saturday, Oct. 27, 2018, in St. Paul, Minn.Even Avs winger Gabe Landeskog has a theory for his NHL-best scoring spree
Gabe Landeskog theories are like belly buttons: Everybody’s got one. The new trainer. The heavy sled. The MGM line. Married life. …
Tony Dejak, The Associated PressDenver Nuggets’ Paul Millsap (4) drives past Cleveland Cavaliers’ Sam Dekker (15) in the first half of an NBA basketball game, Thursday, Nov. 1, 2018, in Cleveland.Paul Millsap’s powers are back: “I feel like a Space Jam creature”
Paul Millsap had put himself through the ringer after five underwhelming offensive games this season. With hesitancy in his shot, Millsap, a 13-year veteran, was pressing. …
Cliff Grassmick, Daily CameraColorado head coach, Mike MacIntyre talks with the officials during the Colorado-Oregon State football game on Oct. 27, 2018.Analysis: Colorado football coach Mike MacIntyre is on the verge of showing 5 wins is the Buffs’ new normal
It’s been 40 years since a Buffaloes team opened 5-0 and then failed to make a bowl. Can CU exorcise the ghosts of Bill Mallory before it’s too late? …
+ How Broncos linebacker Josey Jewell got his groove back.
+ Colorado Buffaloes men’s basketball preview: Point guard McKinley Wright IV headlines young roster filled with potential.
+ Tom McCartney and Fairview, sans star QB, win playoff opener — with coach’s top confidant watching over as usual.
+ College football’s leading receiver and QB play at Colorado School of Mines, and they’re closing …read more
Source:: The Denver Post – Sports