Do Sean Payton and the Broncos have to beat Brandon Staley and Justin Herbert in order to keep their season alive? Or can Denver lose and still have a shot at the NFL playoffs?
Russell Wilson has been one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL in the red zone and at the end of games for the Denver Broncos this year.
But he only has the 19th most passing yards in the NFL, behind Minnesota Vikings’ QB Joshua Dobbs, New Orleans Saints QB Derek Carr, Seattle Seahawks QB Geno Smith and Green Bay Packers QB Jordan Love.
Does Sean Payton need more from Russell Wilson in order for the Broncos to make the playoffs? Or is his efficient and timely play enough for the Broncos to make a run in their final five games against the Detroit Lions, Los Angeles Chargers, New England Patriots and Las Vegas Raiders?
How much did Sean Payton and the Broncos fall in the AFC playoff picture after the loss to the Texans?
With a 6-6 record, do the Broncos have to win-out in order to catch the 7-5 Pittsburgh Steelers, the 7-5 Cleveland Browns, the 7-5 Indianapolis Colts and/or the 7-5 Texans for a wild card spot in the AFC?
After the loss, Sean Payton fittingly named the Broncos’ final play of the game against the Texans “Chaos.”
While the play ended in an interception, chaos began before the ball was even snapped.
The Denver Broncos had a heartbreaking loss to the Houston Texans on Sunday, falling just a few yards short of completing a magnificent comeback.
Was the loss more on Sean Payton and the Broncos’ offense’s shoulders? Or was Vance Joseph’s defense more to blame?
Sean Payton and the Denver Broncos lose a close one to Demeco Ryans and the Houston Texans.
Join Zac Stevens, Alexis Perry, Henry Chisholm, and Ryan Koenigsberg as they break down the first loss in 6 weeks.
Riding five-game win streaks, the 6-5 Denver Broncos and the 10-1 Philadelphia Eagles are the two hottest teams in the NFL.
But now Denver faces a three-game road trip against the 6-5 Texans, the 4-7 Chargers and the 8-3 Lions.
What will the Broncos’ record be in that span?
The 6-5 Denver Broncos are tied for the final Wild Card spot in the AFC playoff picture with the 6-5 Indianapolis Colts and the 6-5 Houston Texans.
With six games left in the season, what needs to happen for Sean Payton and Russell Wilson to make the final push for the playoffs?
The first step is beating the Texans in Houston on Sunday.
Will the Broncos win?
The Denver Broncos are having one of the biggest turnarounds in NFL history after starting 1-5 and potentially making a playoff push.
Does Sean Payton deserve all of the credit for the turnaround?
Does he deserve to be the NFL’s Coach of the Year?
Denver Broncos’ All-Pro cornerback Patrick Surtain II joins the show less than 48 hours after the Broncos’ fifth-straight win of the season.
Surtain discusses the Broncos’ 29-12 win over the Cleveland Browns and how Denver’s defense was able to get the win.
Surtain then breaks down the Broncos’ next opponent and how the team can beat the Houston Texans. How big of a challenge will it be for Vance Joseph’s defense, led by Surtain and Justin Simmons, to stop C.J. Stroud and Tank Dell? Will Surtain follow Tank around the field?
The key to Denver’s remarkable turnaround isn’t hidden in a top-secret playbook in Sean Payton’s office.
It’s drastic improvements in a few key areas which has helped the Broncos roll off five-straight wins and put them squarely in the playoff conversation heading into December.
The Denver Broncos and Sean Payton are tied with the Philadelphia Eagles as the hottest team in the NFL right now as both teams have won five-straight games.
Although the Broncos are currently tied with the Indianapolis Colts and Houston Texans for the final playoff spot in the AFC, and do not hold the tiebreaker, are they one of the best teams in the AFC?
Russell Wilson and the Denver Broncos are cooking after beating the Cleveland Browns! The Broncos have now won five straight games to get above .500.
Don’t look now, but the Denver Broncos are in sole possession for second place in the AFC West.
Their NFL-best four-game win streak has catapulted the team ahead of the 5-6 Las Vegas Raiders and the 4-6 Los Angeles Chargers.
As Denver makes a playoff push the final seven weeks of the season, which of these two division rivals poses the biggest threat to the Broncos?
The surging Denver Broncos take on the Cleveland Browns on Sunday in what could be a massive game in regards to the AFC playoffs.
Will the winner of the 5-5 Broncos and 7-3 Browns have the upper hand to a Wild Card spot in the AFC West?
Denver Broncos All-Pro cornerback Pat Surtain II joins the show to talk about the team’s four-game win streak.
Even though it wasn’t intentional, the Broncos’ turnover machine has rightfully earned the nickname “McMillion” as he’s been money in Denver’s four-game win streak.
The Denver Broncos beat the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday Night Football thanks to a fourth-quarter comeback by Russell Wilson, Courtland Sutton and Samaje Perine and a big stop by the defense.
Who was the player of the game for the Broncos? Was it Courtland Sutton? Russell Wilson? Samaje Perine? Jerry Jeudy? Ja’Quan McMillian? Justin Simmons?
Who deserves the MOST credit for the Broncos’ four-game win streak?
Sean Payton, Russell Wilson, and the Denver Broncos beat Josh Dobbs, James Addison, and the Minnesota Vikings in a nail-biter on Sunday Night Football.
Join Alexis Perry, Eric Weedum (D-Line), and Super Bowl 50 Champion Todd Davis as they break down one of the biggest wins in recent Broncos history!
Thanks to a three-game win streak, including victories over the Kansas City Chiefs and Buffalo Bills, Sean Payton and the Broncos are only one game out of .500.
As hot as the Broncos have been, however, there is one team on an even longer win streak. That team, the Minnesota Vikings, just happens to be coming to Empower Field at Mile High for Sunday Night Football.
Will the Vikings, who are riding a five-game win streak, snap Denver’s three-game win streak?
If not, how long will the Broncos’ streak extend?