Denver Broncos News Blogs - Sunday, Dec. 3

Rookie QB Jay Cutler got a rude introduction to the NFL as he was intercepted twice in the Denver Broncos' 23-20 loss to the Seattle Seahawks.

Brown's 50-yarder dooms Cutler, Broncos - - Arnie Stapleton
Dec 4 - Josh Brown, Shaun Alexander and Matt Hasselbeck made a prophet out of Mike Holmgren. Brown tied an NFL single-season record with his fourth winning field goal in the final minute, nailing a 50-yarder with 4 seconds left to give the Seattle Seahawks a 23-20 win over the stumbling Denver Broncos that spoiled Jay Cutler's debut Sunday night. By halftime, Brown had missed from 40 and 53 yards, Hasselbeck had thrown for just 39 yards and Alexander had run for only 15 yards. "I told the team at halftime I knew we would win the game, that somehow, some way, we would win the game," Holmgren said. "And we did." Brown made all three of his kicks in the fourth quarter, but didn't forget that he missed from 40 and 53 yards in the first half.

Cutler dazed, confused - Denver Post - Woody Paige
12/04/2006 - Broncos' season is frozen over. And Jay Cutler is not so hot himself. It was not a coming-out party. More like the Donner party. The Broncos were beaten Sunday night by the Seattle Seahawks - in cold blood and at the heart-chilling finish - 23-20. Baby, it was cold outside: 16 degrees at kickoff, and colder inside the Broncos' locker room. Three consecutive losses and three degrees of separation from San Diego, and the Broncos are fading fast and must go play the well-cushioned division leaders, the Chargers, next. Who's the third-string quarterback?

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