Gary Kubiak and John Elway are the Denver Broncos and have been for the greater part of the past three decades. On Monday, in an emotional retirement press conference, Kubiak said goodbye to the organization and his friend one final time.
Even in a game that had very little meaning to the team, the Denver Broncos made sure they did everything possible to send Gary Kubiak out on a high note.
In Gary Kubiak's final game as head coach he sent a clear message on who he believes is the quarterback of the future.
To say the Denver Broncos first battle of the season against the Oakland Raiders was a massive disappointment may be an understatement. But now, in Week 17, Denver has an opportunity to even the ship on a division rival.
On Friday, Gary Kubiak wouldn't indicate what his career plans are after this season ends on Sunday, which may be telling within itself.
Although Sunday’s game will be the only January game for the Denver Broncos this season, it may resemble more of a preseason game played in August than the exciting Week 17 matchup that the Mile High City was hoping for.
After a disappointing 2016 season the Denver Broncos are in a position they haven’t been in for over five years. What won’t be disappointing is what will happen in the offseason.
Although the Denver Broncos season officially will come to an end on New Years Day, it all but ended on Sunday in Arrowhead, and according to the coach the Broncos were doomed the weekend after Thanksgiving.
The Denver Broncos won't be going to the playoffs after a beatdown at the hands of the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday night.
Even though the Denver Broncos are on the brink of missing the playoffs, they believe if they earn a trip to the postseason they will be a team that nobody wants to play.
After Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill nearly single-handedly beat the Denver Broncos in Week 12, the Broncos want to make sure the same doesn’t happen again on Sunday in the team’s second matchup.
Breaking down Denver Broncos general manager John Elway's strategy may suggest the defense, and not the offense, is really the problem.
With concussions to both Virgil Green and A.J. Derby, second year tight end Jeff Heuerman may have an opportunity to redeem his career on Sunday against the Kansas City Chiefs.
Despite a season low three points in a 16-3 defeat to the New England Patriots on Sunday the Denver Broncos believe they have the right pieces for their offense.
On Sunday in the Denver Broncos 16-3 loss to the New England Patriots there was a distinct difference in the play, and mindset, of the offense and defense.
With no more Peyton Manning against Tom Brady matchups the Denver Broncos and New England Patriots have to settle for the next best thing: Brady against the No Fly Zone.
The New England Patriots have been the most successful NFL franchise since Bill Belichick took over in 2000, however, not against the Denver Broncos. Denver is the only team to have a winning record against the Patriots in that time.
After being nothing more than a backup on the New England Patriots earlier this year, tight end A.J. Derby has an opportunity to help the Denver Broncos beat his former team. To say he’s ready is an understatement, especially after the way last week’s game ended.
Despite rushing for only 18 yards in a 13-10 loss to the Tennessee Titans on Sunday, Gary Kubiak and the Denver Broncos not only have confidence in their ground game, but have no intention on giving up on it.