There were two words uttered about Justin Simmons on Wednesday that you would never have expected to hear said about someone playing better than perhaps any safety in the NFL.
The Denver Broncos made a major change with their signal-caller and play-caller in Week 6.
After missing the previous two starts with a badly bruised throwing shoulder, Drew Lock was back under center for Pat Shurmur's offense against the New England Patriots. But Lock's play-caller wasn't with him on the field.
The guys discuss if the Broncos should continue to prioritize the ground game against the Saints' stout run defense, answer listener questions and much more.
Exactly one year ago, Garett Bolles was still defined by his mistakes. Now, he's defined by nearly flawless play.
The guys discuss how expensive Garett Bolles will be after the season, answer listener questions and much more.
The guys discuss how Pat Shurmur designed the offense for Drew Lock against the Dolphins, answer listener questions and much more.
The Broncos know what they have to do. They just have to commit to it. But at least they have a viable template now — which is more than they could say before Sunday.
On Sunday, after throwing his fifth interception in the past five quarters, Drew Lock looked adversity in the face and quarterbacked the Broncos to an upset victory.
What does Drew Lock need to do the rest of the season to prove he deserves more time as the Broncos' starting quarterback?
The DNVR Broncos Crew breaks it down and gives their pick for Sunday's game against the Miami Dolphins.
The guys discuss if Drew Lock or Brett Rypien gives the Broncos a better chance to beat the Dolphins, give their final predictions for the game, answer listener questions and much more.
No players have more on their shoulders before the snap in terms of identifying coverages and adjusting protections, and in quarterback Drew Lock and center Lloyd Cushenberry III, the Broncos have two players who have just 21 NFL starts between them.
Drew Lock took a positive step on Thursday to be able to play against the Dolphins.
He also made it clear he wants to play.
The guys discuss what the Broncos can learn from the Dolphins about building a successful team, answer listener questions and much more.
“We can’t start drives with negative plays. That’s first and that’s the biggest thing,” wide receiver Tim Patrick said.
With a wait-and-see approach, Vic Fangio described what he needs to see from Drew Lock throughout the week for the 24-year old to play against the No. 5 scoring defense in the NFL.
The guys discuss if there's anything Brett Rypien can do on Sunday to keep the starting job if he plays, answer listener questions and much more.
Drew Lock doesn’t have any broken ribs, and for the him and the Broncos, that will elicit sighs of relief. But should he play this week?
The guys discuss Drew Lock's injury, talk about how the Broncos should move forward with it, answer listener questions and much more.
Throughout the entire 2020-21 season, DNVR will be giving you game grades from every Denver Broncos contest, evaluating all the starters and beyond to give you a better look at the team’s strengths and weaknesses on a game-by-game basis. The Las Vegas Raiders looked very similar to the Denver Broncos in scheme and disposition but entirely different in execution, depth…...