Denver Broncos’ star quarterback Russell Wilson said he feels “lean and mean” following an offseason in which he put in a lot of work. Comparing Wilson’s frame from last year under Nathaniel Hackett to this year under Sean Payton, it’s clear that the Pro Bowl quarterback is in better shape. Will this lead to Wilson running more like he did when he was with the Seattle Seahawks? Or will Payton try to develop him into a pocket passer like he did with Drew Brees?
Denver Broncos head coach Sean Payton is one of the best offensive minds in NFL history. Is he one of the greatest head coaches of all-time too? Where does he rank among currently NFL coaches? Can the Super Bowl winning coach compete with Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Reid, New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick, Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin, Los Angeles Rams coach Sean McVay or San Francisco 49ers coach Kyle Shanahan as the best coach in the NFL right now? Is he in the top five? What about the top three? The fellas look around the league and build their NFL head coach power rankings.
Javonte Williams practiced during the first week of the Denver Broncos OTAs. Sean Payton is expecting and hopeful that the 23-year-old running back will be ready to go at the beginning of Broncos training camp. Russell Wilson called Williams one of the best backs in the NFL. So how valuable is Williams to the Broncos? Is he the second-most valuable player on offense outside of Wilson? How many wins is Javonte worth? On a very different note, the fellas jump into their offseason draft, starting with drafting the best fast food restaurants.
The Denver Broncos began OTAs this week for the first time in the Sean Payton era. On Thursday, media were allowed to watch Russell Wilson, Jerry Jeudy, Randy Gregory, Pat Surtain II and the rest of the Broncos practice. The guys were at practice and spoke with Payton, Wilson, Mike McGlinchey and Zach Allen after practice. They broke down the biggest takeaways on and off the field from OTAs.
At just 23 years old, Pat Surtain II has already established himself as one of the best, if not the best, cornerbacks in the entire NFL. Is Surtain better than Sauce Gardner of the New York Jets? Is Surtain II one of the best defensive players in the NFL already? Where does Surtain rank among the top players under 25 years old? Is he better and more valuable than Dallas Cowboys linebacker Micah Parsons? Is there anything that Surtain can do to become the best defensive player in the NFL?
Kicker Brandon McManus has been released by the Denver Broncos. The 31-year-old kicker was the last remaining player from the Super Bowl 50 team. Sean Payton and the Broncos now have to go out and get a replacement late into the offseason. Was the decision to let him go based on performance? Is Sean Payton trying to send a message to the team?
The Denver Broncos drafted JL Skinner in the sixth round in the 2023 NFL Draft out of Boise State. Skinner’s defensive coordinator at Boise State Spencer Danielson joins the show to talk about what type of player Vance Joseph is getting on the defensive side of the ball. Can Skinner bring a unique trait to the Broncos’ secondary alongside Justin Simmons, Kareem Jackson, Pat Surtain and Damarri Mathis? What is Skinner’s ceiling in the NFL?
The Denver Broncos already have a few solidified stars in Pat Surtain II and Justin Simmons. The team also has good quality players in Jerry Jeudy, Mike McGlinchey, Ben Powers, Zach Allen, D.J. Jones, Josey Jewell and Alex Singleton. But which player would be the best for the team to have a breakout season in 2023? Which player would be best under Sean Payton on offense? What about Vance Joseph on defense? Do players like Russell Wilson, Jeudy, Courtland Sutton, Baron Browning and Randy Gregory apply to be breakout players?
The Denver Broncos, led by Greg Penner and the Walton-Penner ownership group along with George Paton, made massive changes to the entire team this year after firing Nathaniel Hackett. With Sean Payton in charge, the Broncos signed Mike McGlinchey, Ben Powers and Zach Allen in free agency and drafted Marvin Mims, Drew Sanders and Riley Moss, to name a few. How much better are the Broncos this year? Are they a top 10 team in the AFC? Are they better than the Las Vegas Raiders and Los Angeles Chargers? The fellas give the DNVR Broncos AFC Power Rankings.
The Denver Broncos 2020 draft has three years of NFL film out there. Many NFL experts believe you can’t judge a draft class until three years after a draft. With that now being the case with John Elway’s 2020 draft class, what grade does that class deserve? The Broncos drafted Jerry Jeudy and K.J. Hamler with their first two picks. That class also included Lloyd Cushenberry, Albert Okwuegbunam, Michael Ojemudia, McTelvin Agim, Justin Strand, Netane Muti, Tyrie Cleveland and Derrek Tuszka.
The NFL released the Denver Broncos’ 2023 schedule last Thursday. After having a few days to digest it, what are the most important games for Sean Payton, Russell Wilson and the Broncos if they are to make a playoff run? What are the crucial moments of the season? Is this the year the Broncos finally beat Patrick Mahomes, Andy Reid and the Kansas City Chiefs? What game is the most important in the AFC West?
The Denver Broncos held their rookie minicamp over the weekend. Sean Payton and George Paton’s five draft picks—Marvin Mims, Drew Sanders, Riley Moss, JL Skinner and Alex Forsyth—were all in attendance and on the field for practice. Payton and all of the rookies spoke after practice as well to break down the rookie class, along with the Broncos signing Kareem Jackson, how the offseason program is going and much more. But most importantly, Payton discussed the shocking news about Javonte Williams’ recovery from knee surgery.
The Denver Broncos schedule is unveiled on Thursday at 6 p.m. How many primetime games will the Broncos be given by the NFL in Sean Payton's first year with the team? What is the Broncos easier and most difficult month of the schedule? Will Russell Wilson be given an easier start to the season? What games are the most enticing? And, finally, the guys go through the schedule to give an early record prediction.
Sean Payton's first NFL Draft with the Denver Broncos is complete. What grade do George Paton and Payton deserve for their five-man draft class? Despite not having a first-round pick, was the team able to make up for it enough with drafting Marvin Mims, Drew Sanders, Riley Moss, JL Skinner and Alex Forsyth? What grades did national companies—like ESPN, NFL.com, PFF, Bleacher Report, New York Post and CBS Sports—give Denver?
The NFL's 2023 schedule release is set for Thursday night. After Russell Wilson and the Denver Broncos struggled mightily on primetime games last year, with the NFL give Denver any primetime games this year? Or will Sean Payton's arrival put them in the national spotlight once again? Will the Broncos open up the season against the New York Jets with Aaron Rodger and Nathaniel Hackett? What does an ideal schedule look like for the Broncos? Is there a better time in the season to play the Kansas City Chiefs, Andy Reid and Patrick Mahomes? The fellas build their dream schedule and what they want to see the Broncos' schedule look like.
The Denver Broncos re-signed Kareem Jackson on Monday, after agreeing to a contract over the weekend. Jackson will once again pair with Justin Simmons in Vance Joseph's secondary. But will Jackson maintain the starting role like he has the past four years in Denver? Or will Caden Sterns, JL Skinner, PJ Locke or Delarrin Turner-Yell be able to push Jackson for the job?
With Sean Payton and George Paton’s last pick in the 2023 NFL Draft, the Denver Broncos selected center Alex Forsyth out of Oregon. Did the Broncos find a gem in the draft in Forsyth? Where does Forsyth fit in with the Broncos’ center room this year? Can he compete with Lloyd Cushenberry for the team’s starting center job under Russell Wilson? What about after this year? Do the Broncos deserve an A grade for drafting the center?
With Sean Payton and George Paton’s fourth pick in the 2023 NFL Draft, the Denver Broncos selected safety JL Skinner out of Boise State. Did the Broncos find a gem in the draft in Skinner? Why did the talented safety fall? Where does Skinner fit in with the Broncos’ safety room this year? Can he compete with Caden Sterns, or even Kareem Jackson, for playing time next to Justin Simmons? What about after this year? Do the Broncos deserve an A grade for drafting the talented and productive safety?
With Sean Payton and George Paton’s third pick in the 2023 NFL Draft, the Denver Broncos selected defensive back Riley Moss out of Iowa. Payton stated after the draft that Moss will play corner in Vance Joseph’s defense. Is that the right call? Where does Moss fit in with the Broncos cornerback room this year? Can he compete with Damarri Mathis for the team’s starting cornerback role opposite Pat Surtain II? What about his long-term future with the team? Do the Broncos deserve an A grade for drafting the talented and productive defensive back?
With Sean Payton and George Paton’s second pick in the 2023 NFL Draft, the Denver Broncos selected linebacker Drew Sanders out of Arkansas. With his ability to play inside and outside linebacker, where does Sanders fit in with Vance Joseph’s defense? Is there a chance he can start over Alex Singleton or Josey Jewell this year? Or is he just a replacement for Jewell after his contract expires following the 2023 season? Is inside linebacker the post spot for the former five-star player who initially went to Alabama? Do the Broncos deserve an A grade for drafting the talented and productive linebacker?