The winning streak is over. The Broncos fought back from a pair of 13-point deficits against the Houston Texans on Sunday but were never able to get over the hump in a 22-17 loss. They drove down the field in the final minutes, but could not punch the ball into the end zone. Here’s how the Broncos graded out… Click…
DENVER, Colo. — The win streak continues. The Broncos won their fifth consecutive game on Sunday, beating the Cleveland Browns 29-12 at Empower Field. Denver is now 6-5 on the season with a three-game road swing up next. Here’s how the Broncos graded out on Sunday… Offense Quarterbacks Russell Wilson: C+ — This is a tough grade. Wilson missed some easy…
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — A historic AFC rivalry is coming back to Denver on Sunday. The Cleveland Browns (7-3) will travel to Denver to take on the Denver Broncos (5-5) at Empower Field on Sunday. Kickoff is scheduled for 2:05 p.m. on FOX. The Broncos and Browns have faced off 31 times since their first meeting in 1970, and the Broncos…
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Von Miller is taking on the Broncos for the first time on Monday Night Football. “I know it’s cliché, but it’s really just another game for me,” Miller told Buffalo media on Thursday. The Super Bowl 50 MVP played 10 seasons with the Broncos after the team drafted him with the second overall pick in the 2011 draft.…
Thanks to a two-game win streak, and snapping the team’s 16-game losing streak to the Chiefs, it does not appear the Broncos will be tearing down their team.
In fact, Sean Payton left the door open to potentially adding to it.
DENVER, Colo. — With five minutes left in Sunday’s win over the Chiefs, Broncos fans were ready to party. Linebacker Alex Singleton asked for noise from the fans as Kansas City lined up for a 4th & 27 from their own 14-yard line. Quarterback Patrick Mahomes—who’d been sacked six times already, including both of the two previous plays—felt pressure bearing down…
The Denver Broncos are finally back in the win column. The Broncos scored 24 consecutive points in a 31-28 comeback win over the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field on Sunday. The win improves their record to 1-3 entering a home contest against the Jets this Sunday. The Bears extended their losing streak to 14 games. After a one-week hiatus, Game…
On Russell Wilson’s 20 snaps against the Cardinals, he was pressured a whopping 64 percent of his drop backs.
That was the most in the NFL.
However, Sean Payton isn’t pushing the panic button. He explained why on Monday.
It’s been nearly a decade since the Denver Broncos last had an offensive lineman make the Pro Bowl.
Will the Broncos have an offensive lineman make the Pro Bowl this year?
That is the question.
This is the debate.
After a very disappointing first year with the Denver Broncos, Russell Wilson has had many critics around the country. During the Broncos’ OTAs, Garett Bolles had a message for those critics. “Everyone’s going to eat crow,” Denver’s left tackle said. What does Wilson need to do this year to change the narrative around him? Will Sean Payton be able to turn Wilson around?
Will the Broncos allow more sacks than at least half of the teams in the NFL this year?
That is the question.
This is the debate.
The Denver Broncos made major moves along their offensive line this year in free agency by dishing out big-time contracts to former San Francisco 49ers’ offensive tackle Mike McGlinchey and former Baltimore Ravens offensive guard Ben Powers. Are both of those high-paid players better than Garett Bolles, Quinn Meinerz and Lloyd Cushenberry? Who is Sean Payton’s best offensive lineman? Could a center that George Paton potentially drafts this year be in the conversation for the team’s best offensive lineman? Also, the guys preview the Broncos March Madness Bracket. Is Pat Surtain II better than D.J. Jones? What about Jerry Jeudy against Tim Patrick? Justin Simmons and Ben Powers? And finally, Javonte Williams or Mike McGlinchey?
The Denver Broncos have roughly $12 million in cap space entering the NFL’s 2023 new league year. But the team could open up significantly more cap space by moving on from many players on each side of the ball. Should Sean Payton and George Paton consider cutting Garett Bolles, Graham Glasgow, Lloyd Cushenberry and Chase Edmonds on the offensive side of the ball to free up cap space? What about Brandon McManus? Also, could trading for Derrick Henry be the best way to help turn Russell Wilson around?
Which position will the Broncos invest the most in this offseason?
Will it finally be the offensive line?
Or will it be on the defensive side?
The DNVR Broncos Crew gives their take!
The Broncos’ offensive line has been crushed by injuries this year.
But major help could be on the way for Sunday’s game against the Raiders.
Just how bad is the loss of Garett Bolles and Ronald Darby for the Broncos?
Bolles has the highest cap hit on the team this year, while Darby has third-biggest cap hit, with Russell Wilson sandwiched in-between the two.
The guys make a major announcement, break down how many core players the Broncos have on their roster, talk about who is part of the team's lifeboat, answer listener questions and much more.
Both of the Broncos' offensive guard spots appear to be up for grabs entering training camp.
During the offseason, two guards "surprised" Nathaniel Hackett with their play.
The guys discuss Garett Bolles' claim that he is one of the best tackles in the NFL, break down why 2022 is such an important season for him, talk about offensive tackle prospect Bernhard Raimann, answer listener questions and much more.