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Champ Bailey: ‘I should be a first ballot Hall of Famer’
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MessaggioInviato: Mer Nov 28, 2018 7:37 am    Oggetto:  Champ Bailey: ‘I should be a first ballot Hall of Famer’
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Every now and then the NFL has a player so special at his position that when he retires he ends up in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in his first year of eligibility. Champ Bailey will be one of those players. Champ even said so this week and it wasn’t even to be arrogant or cocky. He was just stating an objective fact.“I objectively think I should be a first ballot Hall of Famer
,” Bailey said on the Talk of Fame Network. “But it’s not up to me.’’Bailey played 15 seasons in the NFL an was the league’s premier lockdown cornerback for half that time. He was a 12-time Pro Bowl selection and a three time First-Team All-Pro selection. If that’s not a first ballot Hall of Fame player then no one is. Then again, he played most of his career with the Denver Broncos, so anything is possible. Horse TracksChamp Bailey On Hall of Fame, I Won't Pull a Terrell OwensChamp Bailey says he wouldn't miss his HOF induction ceremony, even if he's not a first-ballot guy.John Elway’s reason the Broncos don’t want Colin Kaepernick is disingenuousElway is right that Kaepernick "had his chance" to join the Broncos, but it doesn’t explain the team’s decision to avoid him now.Bears QB Mitchell Trubisky simply 'Uncle Mitch' to Garett Bolles and familyAfter bonding through their draft process, including an eventful draft night, Garett Bolles considers Mitchell Trubisky part of his family.Broncos training camp Day 14 observationsGarett Bolles helped the Broncos get going in their final training-camp practice.Paxton Lynch's time with Denver Broncos may be running outAfter getting demoted this week to the No. 3 QB slot, Lynch needs to impress or risk being cut.Bears QB Mitchell Trubisky off to roaring startChicago Bears rookie QB Mitchell Trubisky impressed in the team's preseason opener against the Broncos. Is it enough to oust presumptive starter veteran Mike Glennon?4 things to watch: Bears-BroncosSenior writer Larry Mayer identifies four storylines to monitor to Saturday night’s preseason game between the Bears and Broncos in Denver.NFL NewsNFL preseason 2018: The biggest winners and losers in Week 2 so farThe Patriots got their Super Bowl revenge (sorta), while Teddy Bridgewater is slowing the Sam Darnold hype train a little.Is Todd Gurley or the Patriots’ RBs a better investment for NFL teams?Would you pay more for a star running back, or less for a stable?How the f*** do you pronounce Tyrod Taylor’s name?The NFL has its own "GIF" argument.Odell Beckham Jr. has fun with Saquon Barkley’s injuryStar wide receiver also offers words of wisdomNFL preseason 2018: 23 biggest injuries of the offseason (so far)Thursday’s preseason action added to a growing list of NFL injuries. Patriots rookie offensive lineman Isaiah Wynn and Washington RB Samaje Perine were both among those injured in Week 2 of the preseason. Good morning, Broncos Country!We’ve come to expect the unexpected from this rivalry. After 116 games between the Denver Broncos and Kansas City Chiefs, there is no other way to look at it. We’ve seen just about anything and everything when these two teams smash helmets, save for the Chiefs winning the trophy named after their former owner. On my weekly segment with Michael Klahr and Mark Knudson, we discussed the going ons this week and previewed today’s game (segment starts at 25:55).But before the next chapter in this storied rivalry is written, let’s look back at the history between these two teams. Some of the greatest games and moments have taken place in this rivalry. There also is some things for Broncos fans to watch for today. All of this is courtesy of the team’s weekly release.Today’s game in Kansas City marks the 117th regular-season game between the Broncos and Chiefs. Denver is 54-62-0 in those games — 35-24 at home; 19-38 on the road. The first game was Oct. 30, 1960, at Bears Stadium. The Dallas Texans beat the Broncos 17-14.The last game played between the Broncos and Chiefs was a few weeks ago on Monday Night Football, with KC coming from behind to win 27-23 in Denver. The Broncos are now on a six-game losing streak to the Chiefs. In that time, however, Denver has three wins in the playoffs while KC has one.The last Broncos home win over the Chiefs was Sept. 14, 2014, 24-17. That was the day Denver inducted Gene Mingo, Dan Reeves and Rick Upchurch in the Ring of Fame (my wife and I were there. It was awesome to witness). The last home loss was, of course, last season. The last Broncos road win over the Chiefs was Sept. 17, 2015, 31-24. The walk-off forced fumble returned for a touchdown by Bradley Roby was the first indication of what a special season that would be for Denver. Interestingly, that’s also the last time the Broncos beat KC. The last Broncos road loss was the 29-19 debacle last season.The Broncos longest winning streak is eight games that took place Oct. 24, 1976-Oct. 28
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