For the most part, the 2020 Broncos have really only experienced the positives of the up-tempo offense thanks in part to their youth's experience with it. However, there's a "really, really bad" side to it as well that is holding Denver back from unleashing it for the entirety of a game.
The guys discuss if Derek Carr's career is a fair comp for Drew Lock, answer listener questions and much more.
The guys break down the Broncos' defensive struggles over the past few weeks, discuss what they can do to improve, answer listener questions and much more.
Vic Fangio hasn't lost confidence in Pat Shurmur or the Broncos' offense.
In fact, the head coach believes they still have a chance to be "really, really good." Here's why.
ATLANTA — There was a “Wide Receiver U” reunion at Mercedes-Benz Stadium on Sunday. Between the Denver Broncos and Atlanta Falcons, there were three first-round receivers from the University of Alabama in attendance at Sunday’s early afternoon showdown — future Hall of Famer Julio Jones, one of the best receivers in the NFL Calvin Ridley and, of course, the Broncos’ 15th-overall pick…...
The Denver Broncos improbable 21-point comeback against the Chargers kept playoff hopes alive and helped change the narrative surrounding Denver's young offense.
But what does Lock and the Broncos' young offense need to do on Sunday against the Atlanta Falcons to prove their comeback win wasn't a fluke?
The guys discuss the game plan to pulling off to upset over the Falcons, answer listener questions and much more.
Less than a month ago, the Broncos’ season looked so bleak there were many calling for them to tank for Trevor Lawrence.
But now, with the stars aligning, the Broncos can realistically be talkin’ about the playoffs. Yes, Jim Mora, playoffs.
The guys discuss how the Broncos should address their depleted defensive line, answer listener questions and much more.
Down 24-3 on Sunday to the Los Angeles Chargers, Drew Lock had a spectacular fourth quarter to lead the Denver Broncos to an inconceivable last-second comeback victory.
But despite tossing three touchdowns, including a walk-off, and a 142.2 passer rating in the fourth quarter, it wasn't the Q who was responsible for getting the comeback started, according to the Broncos' next opponent.
The guys discuss how many times Phillip Lindsay should be touching the ball every game, answer listener questions and much more.
The guys discuss John Elway and Joe Ellis testing positive for COVID-19, talk about Von Miller's optimistic timeframe to return this year, answer listener questions and much more.
Not only was Bryce Callahan's end-zone interception one of the "big plays" of the game, but it was also the play of his career.
The guys discuss how Drew Lock builds off his second-half performance on Sunday, answer listener questions and much more.
At halftime, the Broncos were staring a 2-5 record straight in the face. The cellar of the AFC West was only 30 minutes of football away.
After a speech and a phenomenal comeback, the Broncos now only sit a game and a half out of the playoff chase.
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Drew Lock vs. Justin Herbert. Sunday 2:05 p.m. MST. Part One. On Sunday, for the first time in their young careers, Lock and Herbert will square off in what each team hopes will be a battle for many years to come. But has Herbert’s hot start changed people’s opinions on the Broncos’ young quarterback? The DNVR Crew…...
The guys discuss Graham Glasgow testing positive for COVID-19, give their predicitions for Sunday's game against the Chargers, answer listener questions and much more.
Since having ankle surgery after suffering a dislocated peroneal tendon on Sept. 8 in practice, the Broncos' star pass rusher has been rolling around the practice field with his foot in a boot propped up on a scooter.
But on Thursday, there wasn't a scooter. There wasn't a boot. Instead, Von was walking around the practice field in tennis shoes.