Justin Michael, Henry Chisholm, Andre Simone and Jake Schwanitz give their thoughts on how every team in the AFC fared in the 2021 NFL Draft. They give grades and set the line on how many projected starters each team landed. Finally, the guys talk a little bit of Aaron Rodgers and what they would be comfortable giving up for him…
Beating the Patriots isn’t easy, but if the Broncos have any shot on Sunday Night Football it will be following this formula.
Sitting atop the AFC, the Chiefs have proven to be difficult to beat. However, if the Broncos can hit these numbers, they’ll give themselves a good shot at pulling the upset.
The Broncos’ offensive identity is “a work in progress,” according to Vance Joseph. Not finding one may be their best path to success this season.
Although 3-1 through the first quarter of the season, Vance Joseph believes the Broncos can be significantly better than they have been through the first month of the season with only a few slight changes.
18 months ago, Brock Osweiler signing a contract with the Broncos was meant to happen. It didn’t. Now, it wasn’t meant to happen. And it did.
Although Sunday’s game will be the only January game for the Denver Broncos this season, it may resemble more of a preseason game played in August than the exciting Week 17 matchup that the Mile High City was hoping for.
Even though the Denver Broncos are on the brink of missing the playoffs, they believe if they earn a trip to the postseason they will be a team that nobody wants to play.
With no more Peyton Manning against Tom Brady matchups the Denver Broncos and New England Patriots have to settle for the next best thing: Brady against the No Fly Zone.
Our breakdown of the AFC Playoff picture heading into week 15. What's the best case scenario for the Denver Broncos.
During Peyton Manning’s four seasons with the Denver Broncos, a first-round bye was nearly a guarantee. This year, Denver is in a heated race to just make 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.
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.
Peyton Manning comes off the bench to replace Brock Osweiler and leads Denver Broncos back to beat San Diego Chargers to clinch AFC west and Home field advantage throughout the playoffs. Gary Kubiak faces uncertainty going forward at the quarterback position.
Your undefeated Denver Broncos are finished resting. The bye week has come and gone and the team is back to practice preparing for their Sunday night tilt with another team with a perfect record, the foreboding Green Bay Packers. Broncos Country will learn a lot about their team and its preparedness for the post-season after it locks horns with…...