“We don’t skip steps” – Michael Malone “We don’t skip steps” – Tim Connelly “We don’t skip steps” – Nikola Jokic “We don’t skip steps” – Josh Kroenke, Jamal Murray, Paul Millsap, Gary Harris… Oh, and in case you were wondering… You probably get the point by now. Apparently the NBA’s new Cinderella Squad is vehemently against skipping. And steps.…...
Less than a month ago, Cushenberry wasn't receiving first-team reps as he was fighting his way up the depth chart. Now, he's having "almost a perfect game" calling the shots for Denver's offensive line.
Jerry Jeudy had two "critical" drops on Monday night. But those drops just simply were "not a Jerry Jeudy thing to do."
Barely 12 hours after defending his decision to not take a timeout, Broncos coach Vic Fangio walked it back.
Throughout the entire 2019-20 season, DNVR will be giving you game grades from every Denver Broncos’ contest. Evaluating all the starters and beyond to give you a better look at the team’s strengths and weaknesses on a game-by-game basis. In a wild and sloppy final game of the NFL’s Week 1, the Denver Broncos found a way to lose to…...
Coulda, woulda, shoulda. The COVID-19 pandemic took nearly all of the fans out of Empower Field at Mile High, but one thing that didn’t change was the Broncos’ recent pattern of self-inflicted wounds in close games.
The end of Monday night's Denver Broncos game was defined by two twos.
The Broncos fell to the Tennessee Titans by two points, 16-14. And Vic Fangio left the field with two timeouts, despite the game coming down to the final seconds.
The DNVR Broncos Crew, plus a few special guests, gives their take on how Denver's season will unfold.
If you think you know the Titans from their game against the Broncos last year ... you don't. And if you think the Titans are that team that seemed perpetually poised to go 9-7 ... they aren't, even though they finished with that record for the fourth consecutive season last year
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In 2019, the Broncos averaged 17.6 points per game. However, in the final five games under Lock, they averaged 21.4 points per game.
For 2020, the Broncos can expect another significant jump.
The wait is over. The NFL returns this week and with the start of the new season, the league has two new faces sitting at the top as the league’s highest-paid players. Deshaun Watson and the Houston Texans agreed to a four-year extension worth $160 million tying him to Houston through 2025. While Patrick Mahomes broke the internet on July…...
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Without Von Miller, it wouldn’t be fair to expect Denver's defense to be the best in the league, as they very well could have been with Von.
But with a defensive mastermind leading a unit that's been upgraded from last year, there's no reason why the expectations shouldn't be higher than what they were last year.
By decision, circumstance and the simple passage of time, the Broncos will take the field Monday night with just one player left from Super Bowl 50: kicker Brandon McManus. That serves as a reminder that this is a new team, untethered to the past.
As Justin Simmons stated on Wednesday, there is just simply no replacing the type of player Von Miller is.
But the Broncos don't have a choice. They have to find a way to replace the irreplaceable. Here's how they'll do it.
As the regular season dawned, the Broncos were counting on a powerful defense to carry the team and sustain their hopes while a young, evolving offense found its footing. Losing Von Miller could deal a body blow to those hopes.
Quarterback is the only position that has more on their plate than center on the offensive side of the ball. Despite that, the Broncos are handing the keys to the center of their offensive line to a rookie.
Lloyd Cushenberry is up for the task.