"It's a huge honor," said Bridgewater, who had the best statistical season for any Broncos QB since Peyton Manning in 2014.
Saturday means a whole lot for the Broncos in terms of where they'll be picking in the draft.
And a top-10 pick is within their grasp.
Here's how the Broncos jump up in the draft this weekend.
For Vic Fangio, his future as a head coach may not come down to the sort of dramatic meeting with a person in high authority that one would script for “The Crown.” He said Wednesday that he did not have a meeting scheduled with Broncos president/CEO Joe Ellis or general manager George Paton, but that he has “multiple” conversations with…...
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — In his short three-year NFL career, Drew Lock’s been put in almost every situation a quarterback can face. He’s been a starter at the beginning of a season. He’s been a backup. He’s been thrust into games when the starter ahead of him got injured. He’s been on injured reserve. He’s been a starter due to injury.…...
"We just didn’t make enough plays, and we just played too sloppy in the back half to be the team that we wanted to be, and those mistakes kind of cost us," lamented Melvin Gordon.
That was Melvin Gordon on Monday as he attempted to wrap his mind around how the Broncos missed the playoffs, despite being stacked with talent.
"It's such a well-built team. Like it's a Super Bowl team, you know?"
In 2019, the Broncos were "living in a world of suck," as Emmanuel Sanders famously stated, later revealing that was Vic Fangio's message to the team. Two years later, they're still in that same world. It sucks.
With playoffs no longer a real option and staring down a third-straight losing season, is there anything Vic Fangio can do down the stretch to ensure he returns in 2022?
They always say, "Next man up." But what happens when you run out of next men? The Broncos might be at that point if their COVID-19 woes get any worse.
“New beginnings are often disguised as painful endings.” – Lao Tzu When my first wife invited me to no longer be married a couple decades back, I spent the better part of the next six months in a state of depression that threatened my relationships with my family, friends, and especially my young daughters. I was in a pretty deep…...
COVID-19 has rocked the Denver Broncos and the Los Angeles Chargers this week. But at this moment, it is the Broncos who are trending in the wrong direction.
The Broncos can thank their last-place schedule for more than just facing easy opponents in 2021. They can greatly benefit in their 2022 draft positioning from it too.
What is likely to be Drew Lock’s second start of the season and the 20th of a star-crossed three seasons in Denver offers a chance for him to test his progress against a Los Angeles Chargers defense that has struggled against the pass and seen its issues multiply in recent weeks.
Despite taking extra precautions, COVID-19 hit the Denver Broncos hard on Wednesday.
But thanks to the new NFL protocols, the Broncos have a chance to get multiple players back before Sunday’s game against the Chargers.
If the Broncos offense was in the hospital, it would be in intensive care. Their vital signs would be failing and a Code Blue could be coming next.
On Sunday, the Broncos said goodbye to their playoff chances, for all practical purposes.
On Monday, however, George Paton did not say goodbye to Vic Fangio.
The head coach opened up on his uncertain future and why he should "absolutely" be back in 2022.
For the Broncos, it's Loss Vegas. They fell for the second time in as many trips to Sin City, and their season is effectively over.
After shanking a crucial 55-yard field goal, Brandon McManus and Vic Fangio had a heated exchange on the sideline.
After the Broncos' crushing 17-13 loss, Fangio blamed the heated exchange on the officials.