The Denver Broncos had a miserable night on special teams in the loss to the Kansas City Chiefs, but the talk of the town was Aqib Talib’s shove on Jordan Norwood after he muffed his second punt.
The Denver Broncos defense used to be a sure thing at the end of a game. However, after Sunday night’s 30-27 overtime loss, the defenses play when it matters the most is now a major question for a team currently out of the playoffs.
On Sunday night against the Kansas City Chiefs the Denver Broncos played an excellent half of football and a forgettable half of football on both sides of the ball. In the end, it just fell short.
The Denver Broncos have faced the Kansas City Chiefs over 100 times as rivals. However, that won’t be the reason the defense knows the Chiefs offense so well.
With just over a third of the regular season left the Denver Broncos (almost) control their own destiny: from the No. 1 seed in the AFC to missing the playoffs. However, Gary Kubiak is only focusing on his team.
The Denver Broncos benefited greatly from the bye week. On the first day back from the week off the Broncos had a clean injury report, including a healthy Aqib Talib and Derek Wolfe.
Shane Ray, the Bronco with the Kansas City Chiefs tattoo, is already looking forward to playing the Chiefs, even though the Denver Broncos are on their bye week.
After a much needed bye week, the Denver Broncos will enter playoff mode for the final six games of the season. They could realistically be the No. 1 seed in the AFC, or miss the playoffs all together.
On Monday, head coach Gary Kubiak mentioned many areas where the Denver Broncos could improve, however, none was talked about more than the offensive signal caller, Trevor Siemian.
On Sunday, against the New Orleans Saints, the Denver Broncos did nearly everything the complete opposite of what they had done in the first half of the season, and still found a way to win.
Even after the worst performance of the season against the Oakland Raiders, the Denver Broncos’ running game may have to wait another week before having a revival.
After coming off of the worst performance defending against the run, the Denver Broncos aren’t concerned with their ability to stop opposing offenses from running the ball, even without Derek Wolfe.
The New Orleans Saints, the Denver Broncos’ next opponent, bears a striking resemblance to the Oakland Raiders, the team that just handed the Broncos their worst loss of the year.
After losing 30-20 on Sunday night to the Oakland Raiders, the Denver Broncos may have avoided another devastating loss. On Monday Gary Kubiak was encouraged by Derek Wolfe's arm injury, even though the timetable is still unknown.
The Denver Broncos fell to the Oakland Raiders 30-20 on Sunday night in large part to the poor play in the running game on both sides of the ball.
The Denver Broncos have the No. 1 pass defense in the league and Jared Crick, a defensive end, is helping with that.
Despite the Denver Broncos recent domination of the Oakland Raiders — 7-1 since the start of the 2012 season — the rivalry seems to be heating back up thanks to one man: Jack Del Rio.
Not only is Sunday night the matchup between the two best teams in the AFC West, it also features two of the NFL’s best units: the Denver Broncos secondary and the Oakland Raiders passing game. And they get to go head-to-head with one another on primetime.
The day after the Denver Broncos 27-19 victory over the San Diego Chargers, Gary Kubiak was not pleased with the offensive performance. The head coach did offer one solution to the struggles: balance.