After watching the Monday night game in Seattle, everything we’ve heard about Detroit was proven first hand. Let’s start on the offensive side of the ball. Detroit’s line play has been horrendous. Manny Ramirez, who was acquired from the Broncos in a draft day move has failed to impress, and former first-round selection Riley Reiff has not looked good at the tackle position...
The Detroit Lions spent their first-round pick in this year's draft on guard Laken Tomlinson (28th overall), but so far he hasn't been able to beat out veteran Manny Ramirez for the majority first-team reps at training camp. "Both guys are tough, strong guys. Obviously, the obvious thing is that Manny’s been around. Manny knows the position inside and out and is doing a great job...
Detroit Lions 2015 draft class: 1-3 ________________________________________________________________________________ Draft profile The Lions traded down to this spot and were still able to pick up a promising Guard to fill in the Lions offensive line with some young talent. In the process the Lions also received some extra draft picks and even obtained Denver Broncos offensive...
The Lions acquired veteran C Manny Ramirez along with picks No. 28, 143 and a 2016 fifth-rounder from the Broncos for their No. 23 overall selection. The Broncos used the pick on OLB Shane Ray, who was considered by many to be a Top 10 talent before he was arrested earlier in the week and given a ...
The Denver Broncos began the Super Bowl in the worst way possible on Sunday, giving up a safety on their first offensive play of the game. Crowd noise and nerves probably played a role, but who was responsible for the play? After the loss, Broncos center Manny Ramirez said it was Peyton Manning’s fault. He […]
So as it turns out the Manny Ramirez botched snap in the beginning of the game was a sign of things to come for the Broncos. Twelve-seconds into Super Bowl XLVIII the Seattle Seahawks got themselves on the board for a two-point safety and never looked back as they routed Peyton Manning and the Denver […]
The Denver Broncos had two weeks to prepare for their first offensive drive against the Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl XLVIII. Yet on the first play from scrimmage, quarterback Peyton Manning and his center, Manny Ramirez, weren’t on the same page on the snap. Ramirez snapped the ball way over Manning’s head, which led to a safety and a 2-0 lead for Seattle. It’s hard to believe...
Manny Ramirez has arguably the toughest job in pro football. As Peyton Manning's center, he literally works under the most demanding quarterback in the NFL. Not only that, but before this season, the seventh-year journeyman from Texas Tech hadn't played a full year at center since his junior year at Willowridge High School in Houston - way back in 2000. With Ramirez as its anchor...
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