customizable beats by dre headphones Cornick’s work pays off in start for Broncos
Von’s streak lives
Von Miller danced out of the south tunnel for warm ups, shaking and bobbing to the music in his headphones (he wisely taped over the Beats by Dre logo to avoid a fine). He plays with emotion, but he appeared even more animated Sunday. He went through his rush routines, and it paid off in the second quarter as he delivered a sack for the fifth consecutive game, one shy of his career best set in 2012. He finished with two sacks and has eight for the season.
The average ticket price on the secondary market for the game Sunday against the 49ers was $485, according to TiqIQ. That’s 22 percent more than any other Broncos home game this season.
Secondary tickets in the lower bowel went from $1,000 to $1,200. Three factors were in play: The 49ers are Super Bowl contenders;
a nationally televised night game in general stirs excitement; and Peyton Manning had a chance to make it a historic game by breaking the all time record for touchdown passes.
49ers pick on Roby
Michael Crabtree remains Colin Kaepernick’s favorite target. He is not, however, his most reliable. That honor goes to Anquan Boldin. When the game gets greasy, the 49ers look for their hulk of a wideout. Kaepernick picked on nickel cornerback Bradley Roby, who was giving 24 pounds and two inches to Boldin. Boldin made big catches in the second quarter before an untimely third down drop that forced a field goal.
“He’s just a super competitive guy. I remember him coming out of Florida State years ago. People said he couldn’t run, he couldn’t do this, he couldn’t do that. He’s been a pretty good pro for a number of years,
” Broncos defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio said last week.