Allie Monroy and Ryan Koenigsberg discuss the Broncos recent loss to the Chiefs, Drew Lock’s performance, what to look forward to and more! https://youtu.be/qFlUQnfrtcQ
On Sunday, the Chiefs, followed by Von Miller, forcefully brought the Broncos back to earth, with Von's comments resonating just as loud as the game itself. But on Monday, Fangio wasn't phased by the very dark picture one of his own players had metaphorically painted.
Drew Lock has made football fun again in Denver. He, along with the young rising corps of players, have brought hope back to Broncos Country. But on Sunday, the Broncos were brought back to reality. And Von Miller wasn't afraid to vocalize just how tough of a spot the organization has been in.
Drew Lock's quickly become the most popular guy in the Mile High City as he's carried the Broncos to a 2-0 record, rewrote the history books in the process and fully embraced his teammates jokingly calling him Buzz Lightyear. But now Drew takes on the toughest challenge he'll face his entire rookie season as he goes back home to Kansas City.
If Ja’Wuan James is “football cleared” to play on Sunday, they’ll be a significant change coming to the Broncos’ offensive line.
With 10 days in between games, the Broncos' coaching staff has plenty of time to make significant changes to the struggling offense.
Despite dropping a mere six points on the board on primetime in front of the entire nation on Thursday night against the Chiefs, Drew Lock will not be saving the Broncos’ offense any time soon, if at all in 2019.
Despite being two games behind Kansas City in the standings, will Denver be able to ride their recent momentum to pull off the upset?
On Monday, Vic Fangio compared Patrick Mahomes to John Elway. Yet, on Tuesday, Von Miller said they need to shut down another part of the Chiefs' offense in order to have a chance on Thursday.
The end of one of the greatest current, and most successful, eras in Denver Broncos history could quickly be coming to an end.
The Broncos had a tougher opponent than the now 7-1 Chiefs on a balmy Sunday afternoon in Kansas City.
Andy Reid has an excellent eye for evaluating talent at the quarterback position. On Wednesday, he identified another who just happens to be on the Broncos.
Even before Monday night’s game, it was clear Denver’s Week 5 matchup against the New York Jets, not Week 4 against the Chiefs, was the turning-point game of the first half of their season.
The Broncos run game vanished in the fourth quarter against the Chiefs. On Tuesday, Vance Joseph laid out a plan as to why that won't happen moving forward.