The guys discuss Demaryius Thomas' remarkable career, breakdown if Courtland Sutton can follow in DT's footsteps, answer listener questions and much more.
Andrew Mason breaks down the potential suitors for Emmanuel Sanders. Who can the Broncos deal with, and what return can they get for him?
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.
With Demaryius Thomas now gone to the Houston Texans, the Denver Broncos are handing the keys to their receiving corps to three young wideouts, Courtland Sutton, Tim Patrick, and DaeSean Hamilton. We went back to the tape to see what the trio brings.
Fresh off playing the best team in the AFC, the 7-1 Kansas City Chiefs, the Broncos now face the hottest team in the AFC, the 5-3 Houston Texans.
Most people will remember him for his walk-off touchdown against the Steelers, we remember him for something else.
On Tuesday, hours before the trade deadline, John Elway traded one of the all-time great Broncos, sending Demaryius Thomas to the Houston Texans.
The Broncos' second-leading all-time receiver and longest-tenured player was shipped out in exchange for a fourth-round pick.
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 gave themselves a chance to earn their first win against the Chiefs since Peyton Manning was in town, but couldn't execute down the stretch.
On Monday, Thomas addressed the trade rumors for the first time, not putting out any flames to the growing fires.
After their first loss of the season, we went back to the tape to see who was truly guilty for the Denver Broncos issues in the passing game with an analysis of the quarterback play, the offensive game plan, and the rest of the offense.
There isn't a single word to describe how bad the Broncos were in the penalty department on Sunday against the Ravens.
It took a dramatic late comeback for the Denver Broncos at home to beat the Oakland Raiders 20-19 putting Denver 2-0 on the season.
We finally got a taste of Bill Musgrave's real offense in Denver, as the Broncos offensive coordinator unleashed a variety of formations and personnel packages that led the offense to a break out 470-yard performance in Week 1 against the Seattle Seahawks. We break it all down in our film room.