Coming off their Week 10 bye, the Broncos are again faced with the hottest team in the AFC. This time, however, it’s the red-hot Los Angeles Chargers.
The similarities between the Los Angeles Chargers and the Denver Broncos are absolutely striking. Except for one area.
Riding a two game losing streak and with something “not clicking with our players as far as doing things right,” Vance Joseph is changing things up at Dove Valley.
The Broncos win when they run more than they pass. Against the Giants, they threw more. Against the Chargers, expect the opposite.
They say when it rains it pours. After experiencing a major drought, if you will, through the first quarter of the season on the injury front, the flood gates opened Sunday night on the Broncos.
The Denver Broncos look like a complete football team. Yes, Kansas City knocked the snot out of the Patriots, the Packers may finally have given Aaron Rodgers the defense he needs to win a second ring, and Tom Brady and Bill Belichick are still in New England; but you’d be hard-pressed to find a crew that’s looked as talented, prepared…...
The Broncos were without two starting defensive front seven entering Week 1. They may have found two more starters during the game.
Philip Rivers appreciates the atmosphere that comes with playing in Denver, but that’s not why he loves playing in the Mile High City.
Mike McCoy’s inside knowledge of the Los Angeles Chargers could go a long way in deciding Monday night’s game.
The day after the Denver Broncos 27-19 victory over the San Diego Chargers, Gary Kubiak was not pleased with the offensive performance. The head coach did offer one solution to the struggles: balance.
Not even half an hour after the Denver Broncos beat the San Diego Chargers 27-19 on Sunday their focus was already on to the next game — a primetime matchup on Sunday Night Football against the Oakland Raiders.
Even though the Denver Broncos beat the San Diego Chargers by just one possession, there was no doubt from Chris Harris Jr., T.J. Ward and Darian Steward on who the better team was.
Even though the Denver Broncos have a short week to prepare for the San Diego Chargers rematch, they have two advantages that they didn't have the first time these two teams played just two weeks ago.
UPDATE I had originally reported that Franklin was looking for 7 million per year. Well, his new deal with the San Diego Chargers is worth an average of 7.2 million dollars per year, making him the highest paid right tackle in the National Football League. That is, if he plays right tackle. The Chargers may plan on moving DJ Fluker inside or…...