The Denver Broncos pulled off one of the most notable upsets this NFL season - stripping off the New England Patriots their undefeated title. Before facing the Peyton Manning squad, Tom Brady's squad had been tied with the Carolina Panthers regarding unblemished records. In an unanticipated move, however, the Denver Broncos put an end to the streak. Apart from the unexpected victory, the CJ Anderson football team managed the win without famed starting quarterback: Manning.
The Denver Broncos entered the face off against the New England Patriots with backup quarterback Brock Osweiler in the starting lineup. With such a ferocious opposing team and an ailing leader to head the squad, fans of Manning and his group lost hope early on. However, Osweiler proved the rest of the football community wrong when he efficiently maneuvered the Denver Broncos to snag an unheralded victory over the New England Patriots.
"It's was a great win," shared Manning, referring to their victory over Brady's team, according to ESPN. He added, "Brock, I'm proud, happy for the way he's played and proud of the way the team has played. Happy for everybody."
The excitement and pride of Manning on the team's recent accomplishment were echoed by Osweiler as well. He said, "Peyton was one of the most excited people in the locker room after the game on Sunday." The current Denver Broncos starting quarterback added, "He was ecstatic for the team. He's the ultimate teammate. He's supporting everybody along the way."
Meanwhile, sports analysts are now pointing out how the Denver Broncos can capitalize on their latest victory. Apart from the experts, the members of the NFL team's roster appear to be seeing the potential of Osweiler as a permanent starter for the squad.
"Gary Kubiak is a great fit for Brock," shared Chris Harris, Jr with the Denver Post's Woody Paige and Les Shapiro. The Pro Bowl cornerback added, "Brock is Joe Flacco Jr. He has the big arm. He's tall like Joe. He's mobile. He's the same mobile as Joe."
Amid the speculations, though, head coach Gary Kubiak remains adamant on Manning's status on the NFL team. He said, "We're totally committed to getting our quarterback, getting Peyton healthy, and getting him back and nothing's changed." Kubiak went on to share, "And nothing's changed where we're heading this week, Brock's our starter this week and we're all in getting ready for San Diego. We're week to week, and we're doing everything we can to win the next football game, but absolutely nothing has changed."