The guys discuss how important Sunday's game against the Steelers is, start to break down how Denver can beat Pittsburgh, answer listener questions and much more.
The guys discuss Vic Fangio and John Harbaugh's insults to one another, break down the Broncos' injuries, answer listener questions and much more.
Up 23-7, John Harbaugh and the Ravens wanted to make history. Baltimore ran the ball instead of taking a knee to end the game.
On Monday, Vic Fangio made it very clear he was not happy about that decision. And he wasn't surprised by it either.
Despite the toxicity that surely pervades some corners of Broncos Country right now, the Broncos’ season is not over. Far from it. But Sunday's loss dropped some truth bombs.
After the Broncos' disappointing loss to the Ravens, there was a sign of hope that Teddy Bridgewater will be back sooner rather than later.
The guys break down Teddy Bridgewater and Drew Lock's performance, dish out blame for the embarrassing loss, talk about what this game means for the team moving forward and much more.
The Broncos are a perfect 3-0.
But all three wins have come against teams with a combined 0-10 record.
What does Denver need to do to convince you they are the real deal?
Von Miller, for one, says he plans to attack. "I mean, what am I going to do? Just sit on the line of scrimmage and just wait around?" he said.
On the surface, the Broncos' next month looks incredibly daunting.
But not so fast.
There are plenty of reasons why Denver can come out of the next four games still leading the AFC West.
The guys break down how the Broncos-Ravens game will go, pick the rest of the AFC West games, answer listener questions and much more.
“I feel much better about our red-zone offense than I did last year early in the season,” Broncos coach Vic Fangio says. He has plenty of reasons to feel that way -- including Teddy Bridgewater's high level of red-zone efficiency.
Youth, inexperience and talent will highlight the Broncos' interior offensive line on Sunday if Dalton Risner and Graham Glasgow can't play.
As each day goes on, that looks like more of a possibility.
The guys discuss the keys for the Broncos to beat the Ravens, talk about how Denver can contain Lamar Jackson, answer listener questions and much more.
Yes, the Broncos have done well against lesser opposition. But an evaluation of their per-possession production compared with opposing defenses of a similar level from last year shows just how much more efficient their offense is this season.
The guys discuss if the Broncos are a legitimate playoff team, answer listener questions and much more.
The guys discuss the devastating injury to K.J. Hamler, hand out helmet stickers for Sunday's dominant win, answer listener questions and much more.
There’s no replacing what K.J. Hamler brings to the Broncos’ offense.
That’s why instead of trying to replace him, Denver will have to go big.
Entering the season, the Broncos' winning formula was to play elite defense and have a dominant ground game.
Opposing teams, however, have gone to "extreme measures" to derail this.
Teddy Bridgewater has been the ultimate countermove to those measures.
A team that wallops the bad clubs should be a .500 team against the good ones. And that would give the Broncos a stamp of legitimacy that their three wins have not.