Take a dive into the Broncos’ 2022 schedule with notes, nuggets and facts about a slate that starts off with two of the most winnable games … but ends with a daunting six-week stretch that includes the Ravens, Rams, Chargers and both Chiefs games.
Mathematically, Sunday's Broncos game against the Bengals isn't a must-win.
But for all practical purposes it is.
Here's what's on the line, who to cheer for this weekend along with the Broncos and where Denver stands in the playoff picture.
Vic Fangio dished out Hall-of-Fame praise to Javonte Williams on Wednesday.
And while he's only nine games into his NFL career, don't call the second-round pick a rookie.
Joe Flacco lived up to his nickname of Joe Cool on Sunday. During the game, that is.
But right after the game, Joe Cool was no more.
With 10 days in between games, the Broncos' coaching staff has plenty of time to make significant changes to the struggling offense.
Of the eight rookies on the roster last year, only Garett Bolles started a single game. Even with that, there is still hope for that class moving forward.
John Elway’s never been shy of stealing the national spotlight during an offseason, but if you think you’ve seen anything yet, just wait for this offseason.
In his second time around hiring a special teams coordinator, Vance Joseph made nearly the opposite hire of Brock Olivo, bringing on a 26-year veteran coach with an old-school mentality.
Vance Joseph’s first priority is to win the final two games of the season. He also wants to see Paxton Lynch. That’s why the Broncos have yet to name a starting quarterback.
After Brock Osweiler’s incredible performance against the Colts, he’s got to be the guy moving forward, right? Not so fast.
Watching the game live, Brock Osweiler was incredibly impressive. Taking a step back after the game, he was even more impressive than initially believed.
Week 15 will go a long way in determining where the Broncos draft in April, starting on Thursday night.