Welcome into our film breakdown series with former CU star and Denver Bronco Matt McChesney. Each week, Matt will be picking six plays from the most recent game that impacted the game and giving you a real-life film-room experience as he breaks down the play. (Warning: This film-room experience is so real that some of these videos contain adult language)…...
Brandon Allen’s 125.6 passer rating, along with a rejuvenated Broncos’ offense and a dub, showed the Broncos enough to roll with Allen for another week. Or make that two on the calendar.
On Sunday against Cleveland, the undrafted, unheard of and unnoticed Allen had a glistening 125.6 passer rating—only 3.6 points behind Manning’s magnificent debut against the Steelers in 2012. And, to be fair, Allen’s wasn’t just his first start as a Bronco, like No. 18’s, it was his first start ever in the NFL.
A late stop, some heroics from Brandon Allen and a breakthrough game from Noah Fant powered Denver to a win over Cleveland.
Allie Monroy and Ryan Koenigsberg discuss the NFL Trade Deadline, Broncos upcoming matchup against the Browns, new QB Brandon Allen and more! https://youtu.be/DSRhtRGfN_g
Midway through the season, the Broncos are on pace to finish 4-12 and have a healthy quarterback room consisting of zero players that have played an NFL snap. Not exactly the plan John Elway drew up for the team during the offseason. Will Brandon Allen be the key to a second-half turnaround?
The Broncos' sixth starting QB since Peyton Manning's retirement is an unknown quantity, but he has spurred some confidence in his teammates.
For now, that plan for Drew Lock remains locked behind the doors at Dove Valley. But what’s not at all uncertain is Drew Lock is ready. And he wants the Broncos, and the world, to know it.
If the Broncos won't begin getting Lock ready to start in the wake of Joe Flacco's disc injury, something clearly is awry.
In an emergency edition, we go back to our notes and give you the full breakdown on what the Denver Broncos can expect from their new starting quarterback, Brandon Allen.
From the biggest weaknesses Allen will have to overcome to why he’s such a nice fit in Rich Scangarello’s offense, we’ve got you covered.
Without Joe Flacco, Denver’s down to three unknowns at the most important position in sports. And who will be their backup quarterback remains a mystery.
Since the end of April, the Broncos have been grooming three quarterbacks to backup Joe Flacco. Eight days before the season kicks off, the Broncos completely abandoned those plans, opting to go an entirely new direction instead.