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Throughout the entire 2019-20 season, BSN Denver 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-to-game basis. Sure, he Broncos were expected to lose at Lambeau Field against a hot Green Bay Packers squad, but few would’ve...

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GREEN BAY, Wis. — The Broncos’ woes are bigger than one soggy day in which they handed the Packers a rain-soaked silver platter carrying three turnovers. A win next week against the Jacksonville Jaguars won’t change the outlook. After all, the Jaguars are 1-2 and carry the anvil of the NFL’s second-worst winning percentage this decade. The woes are bigger...

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To send questions, leave them in the comments section below or tweet them to me @MaseDenver with the #AskMase! Let’s start with three similar queries: https://twitter.com/DanielGonzalez8/status/1174842079056420864 https://twitter.com/mike_jesch/status/1174115946979581952 https://twitter.com/hawkswag27/status/1175069011060633600 Of the two options — Trent Williams and Jalen Ramsey — I would consider a trade for Williams, but only if a) the cost is a third-round pick and b) the Broncos...

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The Broncos have enough of a storied history to provide a plethora of games worth celebrating for their excellence and their importance to the team’s history. This was not one of those games. The contest of Sept. 20, 1987, is an oddity. An outlier. And in some ways, it remains the most unusual game in Broncos history, a contest played in muck between one team going to the Super Bowl and another in the midst of its most mediocre era. The Broncos, in their fourth season under owner Pat Bowlen, were going places. The Green Bay Packers, headed toward their fifth consecutive season at .500 or worse, were simply stuck in the mud. For one day, the Packers dragged…

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. – How you view Aaron Rodgers from an opponent’s perspective depends on how often you’ve seen him. Broncos cornerback Chris Harris Jr. has seen him twice. The first time, in 2011, he was a backup who watched as Rodgers diced up the Broncos for 408 yards and four touchdowns on 29-of-38 passing. Not even an interception kept his...

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