The Denver Broncos remain one of the NFL teams going forward this football season without a single loss to date. With the recent victory of the Denver Broncos over the Cleveland Browns, ending the football match at 26 - 23, the Peyton Manning squad now stands at 6 - 0. Despite the notable performance of the Denver Broncos though, a number of fans and followers of the NFL remain doubtful on the capacity of the football team to actually sustain their winning streak this regular season.
In particular, the critics have been targetting the ability of Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning to maintain his current performance throughout the NFL regular season. While these comments might discourage other NFL teams, it seems that these only serve to bolster the determination of the Denver Broncos to move forward stronger and better.
"We're here to rally behind him," said Denver Broncos star Ronnie Hillman, referring to the NFL team's support for Peyton Manning, according to ESPN. The running back further noted, "Peyton is our leader, our quarterback. People can say whatever they want. They don't know. And this offense is right there. It's going to get going, and then people can ask about something else." Apart from Hillman, Demaryius Thomas also echoed his support for Peyton Manning.
The wide receiver shared, "We don't really care what people say. I know I just got to make more plays and make people be quiet on it. Me dropping a ball, they probably say something about Peyton after that. He added, "I bet there are people that blame Peyton when I dropped the ball. He's our quarterback. Our leader. I know I can make more plays for him."
Meanwhile, the Denver Broncos reversed its earlier decision to let go of Richard Gordon and keep Kapri Bibbs which was made following the injury of Juwan Thompson. The promotion of Bibbs came soon after Thompson incurred a hamstring injury. Aiming to have three healthy running backs for the game against the Cleveland Browns, the Denver Broncos opted to release Gordon to make room for Bibbs. Merely two after the Denver Broncos promoted Bibbs, however, the NFL team brought back the tight end. Gordon is now back with the Denver Broncos, a move that prompted the waiver of Bibbs in an effort to clear a spot in the 53-man roster.
The Denver Broncos will kick off the month of November with a match against Aaron Rodgers' Green Bay Packers. Both defeated at 6 - 0, the Denver Broncos and the Green Bay Packers will face off at the Sports Authority Field at Mile High on November 1 (Sunday), 8:30 pm ET.