On Sunday, Paxton Lynch is the story, but here's the game plan.
We're only four weeks into the NFL season but it's never too early to rank the best and worst in the AFC West based on what we've seen so far this year.
Last year opposing offenses avoided the “No Fly Zone” at all costs. This year, they’ll have to beat them to beat the Broncos.
After touting how experience wasn’t crucial for a head coach, Vance Joseph and John Elway went out and stacked the Denver Broncos’ offensive staff with one thing: experience.
To say the Denver Broncos first battle of the season against the Oakland Raiders was a massive disappointment may be an understatement. But now, in Week 17, Denver has an opportunity to even the ship on a division rival.
Although Sunday’s game will be the only January game for the Denver Broncos this season, it may resemble more of a preseason game played in August than the exciting Week 17 matchup that the Mile High City was hoping for.
After Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill nearly single-handedly beat the Denver Broncos in Week 12, the Broncos want to make sure the same doesn’t happen again on Sunday in the team’s second matchup.
Our breakdown of the AFC Playoff picture heading into week 15. What's the best case scenario for the Denver Broncos.
Which teams have the easiest roads and inside tracks to the postseason? We break it all down and hash it all out here in your AFC stretch-run primer.
The New Orleans Saints, the Denver Broncos’ next opponent, bears a striking resemblance to the Oakland Raiders, the team that just handed the Broncos their worst loss of the year.
From Trevor Siemian's sub-par passing night to the struggles with the run on both sides of the ball to the end of some statistical streaks, here are the numbers of note for the Orange & Blue coming out of Week 9.
Sure, the focus will be on the strength-vs.-strength matchup Sunday night in Oakland, but the Orange & Blue's young offensive players must also step up their games and take advantage of a suspect Raiders defense.
Not only is Sunday night the matchup between the two best teams in the AFC West, it also features two of the NFL’s best units: the Denver Broncos secondary and the Oakland Raiders passing game. And they get to go head-to-head with one another on primetime.
The Orange & Blue have won five straight AFC West titles, but there are several signifcant hurdles in the way of a sixth. We size up the biggest threats to derail the Broncos' Express.
Recent draft history shows us the "can't-miss" quarterbacks selected early often do, leaving some overlooked later-pick gems to be discovered.
Odds are the former Broncos' QB will face his former teammates in his first official start with the Texans as we run down the list of possible Orange & Blue opponents for the 2016 regular-season opener.
With the five-time defending division champs and Super Bowl 50-winning Broncos scrambling to retain as many of their key free agents as possible, the division's other three teams are dealing with their own priorities. The Raiders, with the second-most cap space in the league, shape up to be big spenders.
Who: Denver Broncos (10-2) vs. Oakland Raiders (5-7) What: 2015 Week 14 When: 2:05 p.m. MST, Sunday, Dec. 13 Where: Sports Authority Field at Mile High TV: CBS Announcers: Ian Eagle, Dan Fouts Radio: KOA (850 AM), The Fox (103.5 FM) Odds: Broncos -6.5; O/U 43.5 Notable: Thanks to a 24-2-2 run from 1963-76, the Raiders still own a…...