More Paul Klee Articles

  • Klee: Despite loss to Seahawks, Broncos answer the burning question

    By Paul Klee, The Gazette
    Updated: 3 hr ago

    SEATTLE — Wearing a business suit that costs more than a teenager's first car, John Elway found Demaryius Thomas leaning against a wall. The Broncos' boss dealt DT a fist bump. Over on the defensive side of the too-small locker room at CenturyLink Field, John Fox first stopped at...

  • Klee: In Super Bowl rematch, odds favor Seahawks, not Broncos

    Yesterday

    SEATTLE - The Broncos were favored in the Super Bowl. Well, not initially. But eventually. Soon after songstress Renee Fleming graced the national anthem with a voice that would put angels to sleep, the Seahawks kicked off as three-point underdogs. They left MetLife Stadium as...

  • Klee with three for the Broncos-Seahawks matchup

    Yesterday

    Bring the noise Here's the lowdown on Seattle's CenturyLink Field. It seats 67,000. A gorgeous facility, CenturyLink also features the best playlist in the NFL, ranging from favorite sons Mudhoney to Alice in Chains to Chris Cornell, and the best home advantage in the league. The...

  • Broncos: The Line of Scrimmage, Broncos at Seahawks

    Paul Klee, The Gazette
    Updated: Wed, Sep 17, 2014

    You might remember the Line of Scrimmage from last week. Here's the second edition. The Line: Seattle -4.5. Going back to their AFC West days, the Broncos have owned this series. Denver is 34-18 against Seattle. The Broncos' longest win streak — a six-gamer — occurred right around...

  • KLEE: Why I like Seahawks star Richard Sherman - when he wins

    Paul Klee
    Updated: Tue, Sep 16, 2014

    DENVER — It's easy to talk after a win. The locker room's a little giddier, the next game a little easier, the media a little nicer. That's when Richard Sherman is at his best. After a win, in a Seahawks locker room with more personalities than a sitcom, Sherman is a walking, talking...

  • Klee: Despite 2-0 start, Broncos must walk the talk in Seattle

    By PAUL KLEE The Gazette -
    Updated: Mon, Sep 15, 2014

    DENVER — With a wallet thicker than a layer of sod, the Broncos built a defense that claimed it could be the second coming of the Orange Crush. For large portions of two games, though, it has been orange mush. Do you know what the Seahawks will do to the Broncos if they allow Seattle...

  • Klee: Broncos Country should crack a cold one for Chiefs fans

    By Paul Klee paul.klee@gazette.com -
    Updated: Sun, Sep 14, 2014

    DENVER — There was a time, not that long ago, when Chiefs Kingdom had this argument over the quarterback situation in Kansas City: Damon Huard or Tyler Thigpen? There was a time, too, when blowing a 28-point lead in a playoff game was something the Raiders would do, or missing three...

  • KLEE: Broncos or Chiefs? Emmanuel Sanders this close to playing in KC

    Paul Klee
    Updated: Thu, Sep 11, 2014

    DENVER — So far he fits like a cold hand in a warm glove. In five months and one NFL game, Emmanuel Sanders has brought a blur of speed and a splash of personality. He fast gained a following among fans, both with his impromptu Twitter chats and deep touchdown catches in the...

  • Klee: Better than last year? Broncos need to start playing and acting like it

    By Paul Klee, The Gazette
    Updated: Mon, Sep 8, 2014

    DENVER — The Star Wars numbers will return. Peyton Manning, 38, still looks more like 28-year-old Peyton Manning than about-to-retire Peyton Manning. A prideful defense looks like it can return to prominence. On opening night, the Broncos' defense built a wall near the goal line not...

  • Klee: Sabotaged interview helped Peyton Manning to Colts - and Broncos

    By Paul Klee paul.klee@gazette.com -
    Updated: Sun, Sep 7, 2014

    DENVER — It was the 1998 NFL draft combine. One day after Ryan Leaf had blown off an interview with the Colts, the Other Quarterback sat down with Indy's brass. Peyton Manning arrived with a yellow legal pad and enough questions to fill a press conference. Sixteen years later,...

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