The Denver Broncos’ season is off to a disastrous 0-3 start, losing to the Las Vegas Raiders, Washington Commanders and getting blown out by the Miami Dolphins.

Is there any hope for Sean Payton and the Broncos the rest of the 2023 season? Or should the Broncos tank this year and start the rebuild process?

If so, would they have their eyes on USC’s elite quarterback Caleb Williams, University of North Carolina’s Drake Maye or the University of Colorado’s Shedeur Sanders? What would that mean for Russell Wilson’s future with the team?

Before the Denver Broncos’ season started, Sean Payton told USA Today he would be “pissed off” if the Broncos didn’t make the playoffs.

After the 0-2 start to the season, history would suggest Payton will be upset at the end of the year.

That is, unless, Payton and the Broncos are able to turn their season around with the remaining 15 games. Will they? What will Denver’s final record be after the slow start to the season?

The Denver Broncos are still looking for their first win of the season after dropping their first two games to the Las Vegas Raiders and Washington Commanders. Will Sunday be the Broncos’ first win in the Sean Payton era against the Miami Dolphins?

How can Payton and the team pull off the upset, where they are nearly a touchdown underdog?

Will Russell Wilson, Jerry Jeudy, Marvin Mims and Courtland Sutton get the passing game going against Bradley Chubb and Vic Fangio’s defense? Will Javonte Williams, Samaje Perine and Jaleel McLaughlin be able to establish the rushing attack?

Potentially even more importantly, will Pat Surtain II, Justin Simmons, Randy Gregory and Vance Joseph be able to slow down Tua Tagovailoa, Tyreek Hill, Jaylen Waddle and Mike McDaniel’s offense?

Additionally, will the Kansas City Chiefs, Las Vegas Raiders and Los Angeles Chargers lose this weekend?

There is a recent history of NFL teams making the playoffs after starting 0-2. However, there it gets MUCH more difficult after an 0-3 start.

That’s why Sunday’s game against the Miami Dolphins is SO crucial for the Denver Broncos.

What are the keys for Sean Payton and Russell Wilson to beat Vic Fangio and Bradley Chubb’s defense?

How can Vance Joseph, Pat Surtain II and Randy Gregory slow down Mike McDaniel, Tua Tagovailoa and Tyreek Hill on offense?

NFL Network and Fox Sports analyst Brian Baldinger joins the show to break down these questions and the state of the Broncos!

On the DNVR Broncos Podcast, Super Bowl 50 Champion Todd Davis, Zac Stevens and Henry Chisholm are coming to you LIVE from the DNVR Bar to break down all of the latest news in Broncos Country.

The Denver Broncos season is off to a rocky 0-2 start. Due to the tough start to the season, are Sean Payton and Russell Wilson still on the same page? Payton and Wilson were not fully on the same page with their postgame comments following the 35-33 loss to the Washington Commanders. Additionally, both Payton and Wilson admitted to communication…

Russell Wilson, Sean Payton, and the Denver Broncos lost a heartbreaker to Chase Young, Sam Howell & the Washington Commanders.

In the second half, the offense stalled and the Ron Rivera and the Commanders sealed the win with a last-minute 2-point conversion stop. Join Alexis Perry, Todd Davis, and Ryan Koenigsberg as they break down today’s loss.

Denver Broncos All-Pro cornerback Pat Surtain II joins the show to break down his incredible game against the Las Vegas Raiders. While the Broncos fell to the Raiders 17-16 on Sunday, Surtain II proved he is the best cornerback in the NFL as he locked down Davante Adams.

Was this Surtain’s best game… ever? What allowed him to have such a dominant game?

The Denver Broncos lost a tough one against Josh McDaniels & the Las Vegas Raiders 17-16. Sean Payton came out of the gate with an onside kick, but it did not work out. Russell Wilson looked like his old self out there, but the defense left them hanging at times.

Join Alexis Perry, Jake Shwantiz, and Super Bowl 50 Champion Todd Davis as they break down what went wrong in today’s loss to the Las Vegas Raiders. Brandon Marshall also joins the show and Zac Stevens checks in from the stadium to talk about Sean Payton’s reaction to the game.