"He’s still running the operation very well, making good decisions — for the most part," Broncos coach Vic Fangio said as he reaffirmed his commitment to Teddy Bridgewater on Wednesday.
After three-straight losses, the Broncos are only one more loss away from being below .500 and at the bottom of the AFC West.
What needs to change in order for their season to turn around?
Will Denver be able to bounce back on a short week against the Browns in Cleveland?
Teddy Bridgewater is hobbling this week. The Broncos believe he'll be ready on Thursday. But if not, they must show the trust they've said they have in Drew Lock.
In the first there weeks of the season, the Broncos' offense and defense were off to incredible starts.
Then more difficult competition hit and knocked both units near the bottom of the entire NFL.
Denver's fall has been drastic in nearly every single statistical category.
So who are the real Broncos?
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.
There may not be a Super Bowl-winning quarterback in the Broncos' locker room. But a quarterback who can help them stop this five-year streak of missing the playoffs? There's a good chance he's already there.
On Wednesday, the issues that arose on Tuesday were already "ancient history."
But a new concern—potentially impacting the Broncos' first game—quickly floated to the surface.
The Denver Broncos' initial 53-man roster is officially set.
Here's how the roster shakes out and what George Paton and Vic Fangio had to say about it.
By Tuesday afternoon, George Paton and Vic Fangio must narrow down the Broncos' roster from 80 players to the final 53.
Here's who is projected to make the final roster.
The guys break down Drew Lock and Teddy Bridgewater's performance, talk about the return of Von Miller and Courtland Sutton and discuss the rest of the game as Denver wraps up the preseason.
The result and final score of Saturday’s preseason finale — a 17-12 Broncos win over the Los Angeles Rams — was secondary to the fact that they got four key players their first game-action work of the preseason — and all passed their tests with flying colors.
The guys discuss if the Broncos chose Teddy Bridgewater to be the starting QB for the right reason and answer the listeners questions.
In the end, Teddy Bridgewater represented more of what Vic Fangio and the Broncos coaching staff felt the team needed right now.
Tick tock, tick tock.
With the final preseason game just days away and the regular season quickly approaching, time was ticking for Vic Fangio to end the Broncos' quarterback competition and name a starter.
Here's why he went with Teddy Bridgewater.
The guys discuss the Broncos naming Teddy Bridgwater the starting quarterback, talk about what Bridgewater can do to be the long-term QB, answer listener questions and much more.
The guys discuss what it means for Teddy Bridgewater and Drew Lock that a decision has not been made on who will be the Broncos' starting quarterback, answer listener questions and much more.
"It is close, and I think it’s close for a good reason: They both have played well," Broncos coach Vic Fangio said.