The addition of the 17th game already is making a profound impact on the AFC wild-card race.
Josey Jewell and Alexander Johnson were the Broncos' Plan A at ILB.
Last week, Denver's ILBs were Justin Strnad and Micah Kiser.
This week against the Washington Football Team, it could be an entirely new group, led by Kenny Young.
After nearly a month without a win, Vic Fangio isn't concerned about losing his job. Instead, he's worried about doing his job better to get the Broncos back on track.
Could a change to the Broncos’ play caller be on the way?
What about at quarterback?
Vic Fangio addressed both after another disappointing game on Thursday night.
The Broncos were D’Ominated, leaving them D’Flated and D’Pressed as they slinked back to D’Enver with their fourth consecutive defeat, 17-14.
After three-straight losses, the Broncos are only one more loss away from being below .500 and at the bottom of the AFC West.
What needs to change in order for their season to turn around?
Will Denver be able to bounce back on a short week against the Browns in Cleveland?
In 2018, just two days before Denver played Arizona, Von Miller correctly predicted the Broncos were going to "kick their ass."
On Tuesday, nearly exactly three years later, Von made a similar vow for Thursday's game against the Browns.
The Denver Broncos' starting inside linebackers didn't just suffer one torn pec. The group suffered two.
Here's how the Broncos will try and replace Josey Jewell and Alexander Johnson.
On the surface, the Broncos' next month looks incredibly daunting.
But not so fast.
There are plenty of reasons why Denver can come out of the next four games still leading the AFC West.
Who is the most important non-QB on the Broncos?
Over/under 10.5 Broncos 1st-half points?
Browns @ Chiefs (-6)
Will Denver cover the 3-point spread?
Debuting Broncos Pick Em'!
Believe it or not, the Broncos can still make the playoffs.
Here's what needs to happen for that wild ride to take place and who the Broncos should be cheering for this weekend.
Justin Michael breaks down a career day for Rashard Higgins and talks about whether or not we should expect to see more of “Hollywood” on the field now that Odell Beckham Jr. is done for the year. Later in the episode, Justin talks about UNM’s confusing decision to cancel against CSU but still travel to San Jose. DON’T FORGET TO…
On Tuesday, the Broncos agreed to trade their starting fullback Andy Janovich to the Cleveland Browns for a 2021 seventh-round pick, a sourced confirmed to DNVR.
And if the Broncos commit to a young, cost-controlled QB -- either currently on the roster or in Round 1 of the 2020 NFL Draft -- they can easily afford these players.
A late stop, some heroics from Brandon Allen and a breakthrough game from Noah Fant powered Denver to a win over Cleveland.
For now, that plan for Drew Lock remains locked behind the doors at Dove Valley. But what’s not at all uncertain is Drew Lock is ready. And he wants the Broncos, and the world, to know it.
Without Joe Flacco, Denver’s down to three unknowns at the most important position in sports. And who will be their backup quarterback remains a mystery.
The Denver Broncos hopes of making the playoffs were dashed in a 17-16 loss to the Cleveland Browns, getting outplayed offensively and coming up short in key moments. We grade every Bronco's performance in the tough loss.