The Broncos couldn't help but to vent some frustration after their first win in weeks.
The Denver Broncos Week 13 loss to the Miami Dolphins was far from a perfect game for anyone, except for maybe Bradley Roby, who was tasked with being a full-time starter and did so with great success. Beyond Roby, Chris Harris Jr. had himself a game and safety Justin Simmons played well also. More so than Simmons’ play, his usage…...
The guys break down Sunday's game against the Jets before welcoming De'Angelo Henderson to the show to talk about his exciting week.
As the 2017 Denver Broncos season is all but sunk it's time to look forward to the future to see who John Elway and co. could select with a top-five pick in the 2018 draft at quarterback.
The Denver Broncos had maybe their worst loss of the season against the Miami Dolphins 35-9 and while there were some positive standout performances the game also had a lot of poor outings by the Orange and Blue.
"What is Bronco football?" Von Miller said rhetorically after the game. It sure as heck ain't this. Well, it used to not be this.
With Aqib Talib suspended Bradley Roby has the chance to step-up in a full-time starter role to show how good he truly is. With an up-and-down season the future 2019 unrestricted free-agent needs a big finale to the season to prove he's worth it.
The guys give their preview of Sunday's game before welcoming Zach Kerr on the podcast. Kerr gives an inside look at the coaching style of Bill Kollar and how that's helped him "hold it down" on the defensive line.
Paxton Lynch came in with so much promise and already his time as a Denver Broncos savior seems to be in jeopardy. We get into what happened against the Oakland Raiders, from his play to the scheme around him.
The guys discuss the suspension of Aqib Talib, the prospects of Eli Manning in Denver and much, much more.
On a short-sighted scale, Sunday showed that the Raiders lost the battle and won the war. But even when the Raiders win, they lose.
Like we do every week we dig into the tape, chart every play and go back to figure out who played well and who didn't in the Denver Broncos tough loss to the Oakland Raiders in the NFL's Week 12.
Both players will appeal their suspensions, but as of right now, the Broncos only have three cornerbacks.
DENVER — Change is in the air. The Denver Broncos’ offense wasn’t cutting it, and so offensive coordinator Mike McCoy was fired in favor of quarterbacks coach Bill Musgrave. Musgrave was the OC for the Oakland Raiders a season ago, and we’ve actually admired how he handled the Raiders offense in the past, especially in a win over the Broncos…...