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Topic - Jack Del Rio
Denver Broncos coach John Fox returned to work Monday, four weeks after open-heart surgery, his newfound energy matching his renowned enthusiasm.
Jack Del Rio had a big Thanksgiving Day surprise for his team.
If it's any consolation, these two will almost certainly meet again before the season is done.
Brady threw for three touchdowns to lead the Patriots (8-3) from a 24-0 halftime deficit against the NFL's best offense for a 31-24 lead as New England scored on its first five possessions of the second half. Then Peyton Manning threw an 11-yard scoring pass to Demaryius Thomas for the Broncos (9-2), tying it at 31.
John Fox will be home in time for Thanksgiving.
Jack Del Rio's stock is soaring less than two years after his firing in Jacksonville.
It means the '72 Dolphins can rest easy for another year. And it puts Denver and the Chiefs in a tie atop the AFC West at 9-1, with a rematch set in two weeks.
The Denver Broncos stamped themselves as the AFC's top team by ending Kansas City's perfect run.
Jack Del Rio's stock is on soaring less than two years after his firing by the Jacksonville Jaguars.
It's not in Alex Smith's competitive nature to sit on the ball.
The Broncos reported no further damage to Manning's ankle after an MRI on Monday. Interim coach Jack Del Rio said the quarterback's status for practice would be determined later in the week but that Manning would definitely play Sunday night against Kansas City.
The numbers keep piling up and so do the wins.
While Manning was throwing the final pass in a 28-20 win over the Chargers, San Diego lineman Corey Liuget hit the quarterback around the ankles. Manning was noticeably limping as he finished the game.
A person with knowledge of the results says Peyton Manning's MRI showed aggravation of his right ankle that is not expected to keep the Broncos quarterback out of next Sunday's game against Kansas City.
The MRI determined the hit caused no further damage to Peyton Manning's tender right ankle.
"It was special to have John Elway recognize the things I did," Del Rio said, "but I basically want to say that is just a representation of what we all did.
"We came up a little bit short tonight," Del Rio added, "but I'm not going to start to question how we go about our business."