We break down Duke Dawson, the Broncos latest trade addition, going back to his college days and his latest preseason performance to see how he fits in Vic Fangio's defense.
With a special group of edge rushers and cornerbacks, the Denver Broncos already have the making for a potentially elite pass defense. The missing piece is increased depth among both units, which is why we went back to the tape to analyze some of the most intriguing contributors on the second unit and beyond.
Denver Broncos 2019 first-round pick Noah Fant isn't a conventional in-line tight end but his skill set and appeal, in Rich Scangarello's new scheme, is easy to see with a blueprint rooted in the otherworldly production of another Iowa tight end who dominated the NFL in 2018.
We've analyzed Denver Broncos new offensive coordinator Rich Scangarello's scheme at nauseam but one aspect we haven't uncovered is the impact of the fullback position. That might sound antiquated and boring but you might find it's exactly the opposite.
With Pat Bowlen's passing still on our minds, we honor the Denver Broncos legendary owner by breaking down the four greatest plays in franchise history from 1984-to-2018.
With Jeff Heuerman and Noah Fant firmly set to make the Denver Broncos 2019 roster, the battle for the third tight end is one of the more interesting one's of the offseason with Troy Fumagalli making his case as we wait for Jake Butt to finally break out.
Vic Fangio is synonymous with linebackers, building his reputation on coaching some of the best second-level units in recent NFL history. Fangio hasn’t just coached up great linebacking units, he’s built schemes around them, perfectly countering modern NFL attacks built around quick passes over the middle of the field, with rangy, athletic backers with high-end cover skills. Which is why…...
Why do the Denver Broncos have so much trust in Joe Flacco? we went back to 2014, a career year for Flacco to see how his success under then-offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak can be replicated by Rich Scangarello in 2019.
With another draft class in the books, we dug deep to breakdown the Denver Broncos nine best undrafted free agents from the 2019 class.
With their final pick of the 2019 NFL Draft, the Denver Broncos selected Colorado wide receiver, Juwann Winfree. We break down the high upside wide receiver.
With the 156th pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, the Denver Broncos selected Oregon outside linebacker, Justin Hollins. We break down the high upside do it all linebacker.
With the 71st pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, the Denver Broncos selected Ohio State defensive lineman Dre'Mont Jones. We break down the high upside inside pass rusher.
With the 42nd pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, the Denver Broncos selected Missouri quarterback Drew Lock. We break down the mercurial quarterback after going back to the film.
With their second-round pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, the Denver Broncos selected Dalton Risner, the local product from Wiggins, Colorado. We break down the big kid's tape and see what he brings to the table for the Orange & Blue.
Ushering in a new era of Denver Broncos football the Orange & Blue selected Iowa tight end Noah Fant with the 20th overall pick of the 2019 NFL Draft. We break down Fant's game and what he could bring to the Mile High City.
The Denver Broncos pulled off the signing most wanted with Bryce Callahan reuniting with Vic Fangio to fix the franchise's issues at cornerback and restore the defense back to greatness.
We break down new Denver Broncos starting right tackle Ja'Wuan James going into his strengths and weaknesses on tape and how he fits into the Broncos plans in 2019.
The Denver Broncos have a trade in place for former Super Bowl MVP Joe Flacco, making him the first big move of the Vic Fangio era. Flacco’s stats dipped in 2017 but picked back up in 2018 before suffering a hip injury and opening the door for Lamar Jackson to take over as the Baltimore Ravens’ quarterback. The Ravens never…...
The Denver Broncos have picked Rich Scangarello as their new offensive coordinator to fix an offense that’s been ailing the franchise since before Super Bowl 50. We went back to Scangarello’s last stop as a play caller at Wagner College and broke down the San Francisco 49ers tape to see what makes him such an appealing play caller with a mix of pro and college concepts.