Saturday, November 23, Story Links

Steve Beuerlein (in photo) will get the start on Sunday. Read more about his preparation in today's story links.

Broncos seek to right the ship - Rocky Mountain News - Lynn DeBruin
November 23, 2002 - The cameras caught Steve Beuerlein running around with his kids Monday. Not much figures to change Sunday, when the NFL's senior quarterback steps back into the limelight for the Denver Broncos.

Lincicome: Pity Beuerlein . . . or, instead, should that be Griese?- Rocky Mountain News - Bernie Lincicome
November 23, 2002 - Are you ready for some Beuerlein? Ready or not, and everyone seems more than ready, eager even, here comes the Age of Beuerlein.

Harrison quietly erupts- Rocky Mountain News - Lee Rasizer
November 23, 2002 - At Rod Smith's house, game day doesn't end until about 3 or 4 in the morning after he's gone on the information superhighway.

Griese ready to help Beuerlein- Daily Camera - Ryan Thorburn
November 23, 2002 - Brian Griese will not play against the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday, but that doesn't mean he isn't involved. The Broncos starting quarterback, out for one to three weeks with a knee injury, sat in on meetings during the week and will be available to help Steve Beuerlein get through his first start in a Denver uniform.

Mile High factor is real, but not to be dwelled on- Indianapolis Star - Mike Chappell
November 23, 2002 - Fact or fiction: The Denver Broncos enjoy additional home-field advantage because their home is a mile above sea level.

Broncology: Road Feasts and Home Cookin'- - Andrew Mason
Nov. 22, 2002 - Week 11's win over the Seattle Seahawks represented more than just the Broncos' seventh win of the regular season, one that keeps them tied atop the AFC with their division compatriots from San Diego. It also stands as their most sizable triumph in nearly two seasons.

Chester McGlockton Answers Your Questions- - Andrew Mason
Nov. 22, 2002 Through 11 weeks of the season, the Denver Broncos have the number one rush defense in the National Football League and the number two defense overall. Denver's success, especially against the run, starts with the solid play of the team's defensive line. In his second year with the Broncos, Chester McGlockton has teamed with Lional Dalton in the middle of that line and have effectively shut down teams with strong running games.

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