Drew Lock was the talk of Denver at this time last year, just as he is now. The reasons are different.
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.
As Minshew hangs his hat on his ‘stache, the rest of the NFL, including the Broncos, shouldn’t lose sight of the traits that have allowed the mustache to become famous.
On Friday, Devontae Booker delivered a headline that can typically only be found on the cover of the New York Post.
When it comes to the most important position battle entering camp, forget about the starting positions up for grabs such as right guard, running back and tight end, it’s all about the backup.
If it wasn’t already clear back in April and May, it’s certainly crystal clear now by nearly the entire organizations own admission: Case Keenum’s running the show.
The goal of free agency is to eliminate any needs. For the most part, on a semi-limited budget, John Elway did a mighty fine job of that over the past month and a half during free agency. Here's what remains.
John Elway started his annual pre-draft press conference on Thursday with four simple words that set the tone for how the rest of the presser went: “Lay it all out.”
There’s a different mindset of how the Broncos want to win. That’s exactly why they signed Case Keenum.
Kirk Cousins is on everyone’s mind, but if the Broncos can’t land the top quarterback on the market, Denver’s options will be limited outside of a few other signal callers.
For countless reasons, the Broncos made the right move, and found the right guy, to lead their offense moving forward.
As Brock Osweiler yelled into a void on the Denver Broncos sideline this weekend, two of the teams biggest problems were on full display.
Saddle up, because if Paxton’s ankle is ready to run on Sunday, the Broncos will end the season with a good hard look at the quarterback they hoped would take the reigns of the franchise for many years.
Kirk Cousins’ masterful performance killed the Broncos on Christmas Eve. But if the team has it their way, performances like Sunday’s by Cousins will greatly help them in the future.
On the Friday edition of the BSN Broncos Podcast, Ryan Koenigsberg and Zac Stevens are coming to you from two different cities as they break down all of the Broncos news of the day.
Vance Joseph’s first priority is to win the final two games of the season. He also wants to see Paxton Lynch. That’s why the Broncos have yet to name a starting quarterback.