Jets QB McCown's season over with broken hand

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Although the win was a nice bit of salve for the more than 70,000 who felt compelled to put themselves into the seats Sunday, it will be another rather hearty slice of frustration in what has been a season filled with it.

That helped the Broncos win the field position battle — and a game — for the first time in two months as they snapped an eight-game skid that was the franchise's longest since joining the National Football League in 1970.

Demaryius Thomas passed Shannon Sharpe for career touchdowns and receiving yards and into second place on the team's all-time list.

Taylor replaced McKenzie last month and mostly called for fair catches in two games, although he did have a 15-yard return against Cincinnati and an 8-yard return against Oakland. All things considered, USA sportsbook players will be better off taking the Broncos straight up rather than betting on the Colts to snap their current losing streak.

McKenzie fielded a punt near his goal line, ran backward and allowed the ball to get punched out. If the Broncos do not turn the football over, they should be in pretty good shape.

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"I've never done it before".

I doubt this team will get one more win this season without Josh McCown. "I'm looking forward to getting out there and doing it some more". He's won this job because he's very smart, tough guy and he's an accurate passer. "The leadership meant a lot, from the time he walked in the door". "That's really what I'm focused on".

However, if bettors are convinced that they want to back the Colts on this one, they would be much better off by taking Indianapolis on the spread. This game was also the first time the Broncos accomplished the twin sub-60 trick since November 16, 2003 against the Chargers - which was also the last time the Broncos held anyone to 100 or fewer yards. I was proud of how he managed this football game. For his part, Siemian said he's just tried to stay in the moment, to concentrate on being prepared to make better decisions on the field. The four times Denver's had more rushing attempts, they've won. "Yesterday it was nearly flipped".

Safety Justin Simmons is considered day to day with a mild high ankle sprain, coach Vance Joseph said Monday. S Jamal Carter has a bruised left shoulder but should be OK to play Thursday night, Joseph said. Thirteen teams held opponents to two passing first downs in the seven years that followed - including the Broncos against the Chiefs on December 30, 2012 - but none had limited a team to a single first down.