There may not be a Super Bowl-winning quarterback in the Broncos' locker room. But a quarterback who can help them stop this five-year streak of missing the playoffs? There's a good chance he's already there.
Fortune favors the bold. Yes, the Vikings' bold QB moves in recent years didn't get them over the hump. But the moves made by a front office that included new Broncos GM George Paton allowed them to boast the NFL's fourth-highest passer rating over the last five seasons.
Drew Lock was the talk of Denver at this time last year, just as he is now. The reasons are different.
Drew Lock is eight starts into his NFL career, and there is only one logical assessment of his play to date and what it means for his future: The jury is still out -- and it could be deliberating for a while.
On Friday, Devontae Booker delivered a headline that can typically only be found on the cover of the New York Post.
Why do the Denver Broncos have so much trust in Joe Flacco? we went back to 2014, a career year for Flacco to see how his success under then-offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak can be replicated by Rich Scangarello in 2019.
To be frank, the Broncos don’t have massive amount of cap space to work with this offseason. But with many tough decisions, they can free up a significant amount of cap space to let Elway work free agency.
Outside of Von Miller, nearly every household name in Broncos Country could be cut to open up cap space.
Just because Denver is ready to pony up $18.5 million and ship a fourth-round draft pick to Baltimore for Flacco’s services by no means rules out the possibility of Denver drafting a quarterback in the first round of the 2019 NFL Draft.
The Denver Broncos have a trade in place for former Super Bowl MVP Joe Flacco, making him the first big move of the Vic Fangio era. Flacco’s stats dipped in 2017 but picked back up in 2018 before suffering a hip injury and opening the door for Lamar Jackson to take over as the Baltimore Ravens’ quarterback. The Ravens never…...
Scangarello has a clear and precise vision of exactly what his offense with the Broncos will look like as he takes the reins as their offensive coordinator.
The Denver Broncos offense hit a new low in Week 17 on their way to a 23-9 home loss to the Los Angeles Chargers, while the defense fought hard and turnovers were never-ending. We grade every player's performance in Denver's catastrophic loss.
In a season finale with over 12,000 empty seats at Broncos Stadium at Mile High, the Broncos played tough for each other and for their coaches, but that wasn't enough to overcome themselves.
The Denver Broncos were thoroughly embarrassed in a 27-14 defeat at the Oakland Raiders. We grade every player's performance in Denver's catastrophic loss.