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On the heels of a blowout win over the Sacramento Kings, the Denver Nuggets are rising in the estimation of NBA pundits, and in their rankings as well.
Denver's road-heavy schedule in the early going has done them no favors, as they still struggle for consistency and position in the Western Conference. The power rankings intelligentsia continue to keep the Nuggets in the middle of the pack.
Most NBA rankings have Denver's crew among the best squads in the league, but the Nuggets need to find some consistency to ensure they stay there.
The Denver Broncos maintain a strong position in the latest SB Nation NFL Power Rankings, coming in seventh among the league's 32 squads. Denver drops a spot in the rankings even after their Week 11 pummeling of the Carolina Panthers.
The Colorado Rockies announced Tuesday via Twitter that they had traded left-handed relief pitcher Matt Reynolds to the Arizona Diamondbacks for corner infield prospect Ryan Wheeler.
The Wyoming Cowboys have put themselves in superb position for a win today, leading the Colorado St. Rams 42-17 after the third quarter. Cowboys QB Brett Smith added a rushing score and his fourth passing touchdown of the game in the quarter.
The Wyoming Cowboys led the Colorado St. Rams 28-14 at halftime, dominating the visitors to Laramie in all phases and putting themselves in position to pick up their first win of 2012 in Mountain West Conference play.
The Wyoming Cowboys have used offensive efficiency and defensive opportunism to lead the Colorado St. Rams 21-7 after the first quarter of play. Cowboys quarterback Brett Smith has completed 11 of 16 passes for two touchdowns and 141 yards.
The Colorado Buffaloes have a tall task in slowing down Stanford this week, while the Colorado State Rams will try to buck the Wyoming Cowboys in Mountain West play.
The Denver Broncos want to prove they belong with the NFL's elite, and they can state their case in their week 9 matchup against the Cincinnati Bengals. The Broncos offense has put up big numbers lately, dropping 70 points in their last two games.