What, if anything, can Brandon Allen do to remain the Broncos' starting quarterback and fend off the highly-anticipated rookie?
The guys breakdown Sunday's game against the Vikings, discuss Drew Lock's encouraging progress, answer listener questions and much more.
The guys breakdown what in the world happened with Gary Kubiak, discuss whether the Broncos would be better this year with him on their staff, answer listener questions and much more.
Week 11 of the 2019 NFL season has been a memorable one for Drew. On Sunday, he turned 23. On Monday it was publicly announced he would be designated to return to practice. On Tuesday, he had his first practice since August. And on Thursday, well, a future Hall of Famer said he was a famous star in the making.
Matt McChesney gives you a college football and Buffs heavy episode with the Denver Broncos coming off a bye. Matt gets into the Broncos and NFL as well, including Colin Kaepernick’s upcoming NFL workout and a whole lot more. Follow the show and Matt on Twitter @DNVRUnChained and @SixZeroAcademy. DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE ON ONE OF THE APPS! iTunes link …
The question is, will the Broncos go the most direct route, or will they keep taking detours on the road to Lock getting his starting shot?
The plan for Drew Lock after his first practice on Tuesday has been a mystery. However, on Wednesday, those plans, at least for the short-term, became slightly more clear.
Vic Fangio will be dialing up Denver's defense against Minnesota's offensive coordinator Kevin Stefanski. But behind the scenes, there are two other major players in Sunday's game.
Allie Monroy is joined by an All-Star panel of DNVR beat reporters to discuss a variety of sports topics in the Mile High City. With Ryan Koenigsberg, AJ Haefele, Drew Creasman and Adam Mares, the squad goes over the Nuggets and Avs big weeks, plus Drew Lock returning to practice for the Broncos. As always, the show wouldn’t be complete…
The guys discuss the implications of Drew Lock returning to practice, answer listener questions and much more.
The guys breakdown Denver's defensive performance up to the bye week, discuss the path to drafting Joe Burrow, answer listener questions and much more.
Drew Lock will take a massive step in his return to the field on Tuesday. But it’s only one step in his long race back to the game field.
While the Broncos disperse across the globe on their bye week, it's time to take a look at the team beyond this season and explore just how much will continue to change in a year's time.
Matt McChesney is joined by Steve Atwater and Andrew Mason to talk Broncos and all things football. Follow the show and Matt on Twitter @DNVRUnChained and @SixZeroAcademy. DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE ON ONE OF THE APPS! iTunes link – Google Link – Pocket Casts Link – Spotify Link
Allie Monroy is joined by an All-Star panel of DNVR beat reporters to discuss a variety of sports topics in the Mile High City. With Ryan Koenigsberg, Nathan Rudolph, Drew Creasman and Harrison Wind, the squad goes over the Nuggets big win, the Avs continued struggles, the Broncos new quarterback, plus some college football and baseball awards talk. As always,…
The guys breakdown all of the quarterbacks Denver could pursue in the offseason, answer listener questions and much more.
Brandon Allen’s 125.6 passer rating, along with a rejuvenated Broncos’ offense and a dub, showed the Broncos enough to roll with Allen for another week. Or make that two on the calendar.
We grade all the Denver Broncos starters and beyond from their 24-19 win over the Cleveland Browns. We break it all down from best to worst and everyone in between, including the coaching staff and special teams.
The guys breakdown Denver's win over the Browns, discuss how Brandon Allen changes the Broncos' plans, answer listener questions and much more.
On Sunday against Cleveland, the undrafted, unheard of and unnoticed Allen had a glistening 125.6 passer rating—only 3.6 points behind Manning’s magnificent debut against the Steelers in 2012. And, to be fair, Allen’s wasn’t just his first start as a Bronco, like No. 18’s, it was his first start ever in the NFL.