NFL Monday Night Football: Season 34, Episode 9

New England Patriots vs. Denver Broncos (3 Nov. 2003)

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The last game before their bye week of the 2003 season, the New England Patriots took on the Denver Broncos, a foe they had long struggled against; they had won ten of their first eighteen ... See full summary »

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Episode credited cast:
Al Michaels ...
Himself - Play-by-Play Announcer
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Himself - Color Commentator
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Herself - Sideline Reporter
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Mike Anderson ...
Himself - Denver Broncos Running Back
Joe Andruzzi ...
Himself - New England Patriots Guard
...
Himself - New England Patriots Head Coach
Bertrand Berry ...
Himself - Denver Broncos Defensive End
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Himself - New England Patriots Quarterback
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Himself - New England Patriots Wide Receiver
Troy Brown ...
Himself - New England Patriots Wide Receiver
Tedy Bruschi ...
Himself - New England Patriots Linebacker
Chris Cole ...
Himself - Denver Broncos Wide Receiver
Jason Elam ...
Himself - Denver Broncos Kicker
Kevin Faulk ...
Himself - New England Patriots Running Back
Christian Fauria ...
Himself - New England Patriots Tight End
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The last game before their bye week of the 2003 season, the New England Patriots took on the Denver Broncos, a foe they had long struggled against; they had won ten of their first eighteen match-ups against the Broncos in the 1960s, then split four 1970s meetings before losing eleven straight against John Elway's Bronco teams; the Patriots finally won again after Elway's retirement, winning two straight before dropping two straight entering this 2003 match-up. The Broncos were surging toward the 2003 playoffs under the stewardship of coach Mike Shanahan, having recovered from a 6-10 1999 season, the first following Elway's retirement. Former Arizona Cardinals quarterback Jake Plummer was the Broncos' new QB, but Plummer and backup Steve Buerlein were out with injuries, leaving journeyman Danny Kanell to control the football on Denver's possessions. The heart of the Broncos, though, was their defense and their running game, and they pounced to an early 7-0 lead before Tom Brady nailed ... Written by Michael Daly

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