The Denver Broncos took a different approach to the running game on Monday night in the 27 to 9 victory over the Houston Texans, and it payed off. Devontae Booker, C.J. Anderson and the entire offensive line never gave up on the run, and that proved to be the difference from weeks past.
Utilizing a game-plan that featured isolating speedy running backs on linebackers in the passing game, the Falcons out-schemed the Broncos in winning fashion Sunday afternoon.
The undefeated Orange & Blue host the 3-1 Falcons on Sunday, and all eyes will be on the Broncos' QB situation and the marquee matchup of Week 5 pitting Atlanta's high-flying offense against the No-Fly Zone.
With two weeks in the books, we hope to gain some clarity with our numbers and NFL lines. Here're our picks for Week 3 based on our Vegas win total metric.
From Von Miller's dominant current run to the Denver Broncos' surprising penalty-yards advantage to the offense's struggles finding the end zone, here are the stats and numbers you need to know from the Orange & Blue's fourth consecutive 2-0 start.
The Denver Broncos have some injuries at wide receiver but the players down the depth chart are prepared and confident to take over if necessary
The Denver Broncos are very healthy heading into the 2016 season opener against the Carolina Panthers.
The BSN Broncos Podcast drops with Brandon Krisztal and Sam Cowhick taking a look at what changes have been made from last year's Super Bowl teams and how it might impact this year's version of the Denver Broncos taking on the Carolina Panthers.
Todd Davis is one of just two new starters on the Denver Broncos vaunted defense but he and his teammates have plenty of confidence to go around.
Michael Schofield learned last season to ignore the criticism and suddenly he is back into the starting rotation at a new position
The team's league-leading 89 pass attempts tops the list of notable numbers and significant stats for the Orange & Blue so far this August.
From season win totals to weekly pointspreads to the list of top Super Bowl LI favorites, oddsmakers aren't exactly bullish on the 2016 Denver Broncos.
No one remembers the '86 Bears, '01 Ravens or '03 Buccanneers. That's because all three defending -- and defensively-dominant -- Super Bowl champions failed in their bids to repeat. Can the 2016 Denver Broncos buck that trend?
Phase II of minicamp, Pro Football Focus' top-101 players from 2015 and more impressive offseason work by Mark Sanchez highlighted the week that was in Orange & Blue Country.
From the season-opening Super Bowl rematch against the Panthers to the Week 17 home date with the Raiders, here's what you need to know about the Orange & Blue's 2016 itinerary.
The 2016 NFL season will begin like the 2015 campaign ended. In the hours before the NFL’s official 2015 schedule release Thursday, word leaked through various reports that the Denver Broncos will host the Carolina Panthers on Sept. 8 in a rematch of the Orange & Blue’s 24-10 win in Super Bowl 50. Big news: Panthers and Broncos will…...
While we're still waiting for a QB, the Broncos lost more free agents, hosted a talented-but-troubled draft prospect and slipped in one national outlet's way-to-early NFL power rankings.
Odds are the former Broncos' QB will face his former teammates in his first official start with the Texans as we run down the list of possible Orange & Blue opponents for the 2016 regular-season opener.
The contributions of Super Bowl MVP Von Miller and team leaders DeMarcus Ware and Peyton Manning were obvious. But when a team wins a Super Bowl, there's plenty of credit to go around, and it's time to shine the spotlight on some of the possibly-overlooked role players in the Orange & Blue's run to the top.