Why to watchBrandon Marshall, the self-proclaimed monster who vowed to get tossed from Monday night's game, meets the team he spent the bulk of his drama-filled career with. Perhaps this meeting with Champ Bailey will be as eventful as the Marshall-Darrelle Revis match up a week ago. The possibility of fireworks exists.
Inside storyThis really is the Andrew Luck Bowl. John Elway is back at Stanford watching the kid all the time. Dolphins owner Steven Ross tried to hire Luck's college coach in the offseason. Neither team has a sure-fire quarterback of the future. Oh, and Tim Tebow is starting.
Things to Watch
Tebow for starters.
The new healthy offense and what type of plays we will run with Tebow at quarterback.
I would like to see Larsen get a bit more involved also.
On the defensive side of the ball lets hope the secondary can get some turnovers and the front seven can stop the run.
But the best match up to watch will be Baily versus Marshall. Lets see if Bailey can have a similar game against Marshall as did Revis.
I am predicting a score of 48-14, I am thinking big for Tebow's coming out party!
Brian Dawkins, Neck, Full
Eddie Royal, Groin, Full
Demaryius Thomas, Finger, Full
Willis McGahee, Back, Full
MIAMI DOLPHINSReggie Bush, Groin, Full
Brandon Marshall, Quadriceps, Full
Reshad Jones, Knee, DNP
Cameron Wake, Hamstring --
Chris Clemons, Hamstring, Limited
Vontae Davis, Hamstring, Limited
Daniel Thomas, Hamstring, Limited
Nolan Carroll, Hamstring, Limited
Will Yeatman, Shoulder, Limited
Check out this article on Tebow, ESPN
Denver owner Pat Bowlen has stepped down from being part of the NFL labor committee. He’s been through some nasty negotiations in his day, including this year’s lockout.
Pat Bowlen, the Broncos' owner since March 1984, had served the past 10 years as co-chairman of the league's labor committee, along with Carolina owner Jerry Richardson.
With the owners and players able to work out a new collective bargaining agreement in July that will extend for 10 years, Bowlen has joined Richardson in stepping away from their leadership roles. New York Giants owner John Mara now will chair the labor committee.
"After helping to lead extremely demanding labor negotiations during the last few years, Mr. Bowlen has elected to pass the torch," Broncos spokesman Patrick Smyth said. "He's grateful for the opportunity to be part of the process that yielded 10 years of labor peace."
Bowlen will continue to serve on the league's compensation, broadcasting and NFL Network committees. And he will continue to work on trying to fix a Broncos franchise that is 1-4 this year and hasn't been to the playoffs since 2005.
Well guys and gal enjoy Tebow's first start for the year ~ Aussie.