The guys discuss the most important storyline coming out of the end-of-season press conferences, answer listener questions and much more.
John Elway, accompanied by Vic Fangio, strutted into the team auditorium late Monday morning to address the media with an unfamiliar trait—an unwavering smile. Both came prepared with plenty of news, too.
Drew Lock aspires to be great. So he’s reaching out to two of the best that have ever played the most important position in all of sports.
The Broncos have two incredible opportunities on their hands on Sunday afternoon in the Mile High City. And no, finishing 7-9 isn't one of them.
John Elway and Vic Fangio like Drew, too. They just haven’t locked themselves in as him being their starting quarterback in 2020 just yet. But Drew has. He’s locked himself in. And he’s acting like it.
The guys discuss Ja'Wuan James' injury and what it means moving forward, answer listener questions and much more.
The guys breakdown where the Broncos stands despite being 6-9, answer listener questions and much more.
The guys breakdown Drew Lock's first four games and what they mean for his future, answer listener questions and much more.
Vic Fangio’s looking for Drew Lock to be the future. All Drew has to do is be himself on Sunday to try to Lock that up for the offseason.
Despite always having the big-play mentality as a part of his core, the gunslinger listened to himself and let his gun stay in the holster on Sunday.
After falling to the Chiefs and dropping to 5-9 on the season, the Broncos were eliminated from the playoffs and guaranteed themselves their third-consecutive losing season. Despite that, there's a growing juicy storyline for Sunday's game against the Detroit Lions as the one and only Kyle Sloter returns to town.
The guys breakdown Sunday's game against the Lions, discuss Drew Lock's gunslinger mentality, answer listener questions and much more.
There’s hope. There’s hope for the Broncos' future. There’s hope that the next golden days for the Broncos are soon. But Von Miller stands by what the cold, hard reality is of the Denver Broncos.
Due to Kareem Jackson’s actions, the Broncos will go from a 10-year safety playing the best ball of his life, to a second-year player who played in four snaps on Sunday against the Chiefs.
John Elway’s made it clear he believes Justin Simmons will be part of the Broncos' future. Simmons has made it clear he wants to be apart of it too, but it has to be a fair deal for the Broncos and Justin.
The guys breakdown Von Miller's post-game comments, discuss his future in Denver, answer listener questions and much more.
The guys breakdown Sunday's game against the Chiefs, discuss what the loss means for Drew Lock, answer listener questions and much more.
On Sunday, the Chiefs, followed by Von Miller, forcefully brought the Broncos back to earth, with Von's comments resonating just as loud as the game itself. But on Monday, Fangio wasn't phased by the very dark picture one of his own players had metaphorically painted.
Drew Lock has made football fun again in Denver. He, along with the young rising corps of players, have brought hope back to Broncos Country. But on Sunday, the Broncos were brought back to reality. And Von Miller wasn't afraid to vocalize just how tough of a spot the organization has been in.
Drew Lock's quickly become the most popular guy in the Mile High City as he's carried the Broncos to a 2-0 record, rewrote the history books in the process and fully embraced his teammates jokingly calling him Buzz Lightyear. But now Drew takes on the toughest challenge he'll face his entire rookie season as he goes back home to Kansas City.