The first-quarter scoreboard, the turnover battle and the special-teams matchup are only some of the some of the facets of Sunday's showdown to keep an eye on.
After being nothing more than a backup on the New England Patriots earlier this year, tight end A.J. Derby has an opportunity to help the Denver Broncos beat his former team. To say he’s ready is an understatement, especially after the way last week’s game ended.
A day after Paxton Lynch’s second career start head coach Gary Kubiak put his utmost confidence in the rookie quarterback’s future.
Here are some of the more significant stats and notable numbers from the Broncos' 20-10 win Sunday, including impressive figures from Bradley Roby, Chris Harris Jr. and the rest of the Denver D.
The Denver Broncos (8-4) continue to win on the back of their defense. On Sunday in the 20-10 victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars (2-10) the Broncos found a way to win despite an abysmal offensive performance.
The Denver Broncos won a tight defensive contest to the Jacksonville Jaguars at home 20-10 to push them back into the playoff hunt.
The big news out of Dove Valley this week was that second-year quarterback Trevor Siemian will miss the 11 am start against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Siemian, who has started all but one game this season for the Orange & Blue, missed the entire week of practice dealing with a sprained foot suffered on the opening overtime drive Sunday night. With...
Rookie running back Devontae Booker believes he is too important to the Denver Broncos offense and team to let himself hit the rookie wall. Whether he does or not may determine the Broncos’ destiny.
The Denver Broncos (7-4) have a favorable matchup this Sunday against the Jacksonville Jaguars (2-9). But it isn’t the team’s record that gives Denver their biggest advantage.
Oh what a week can do. As is currently stands the Denver Broncos are on the outside looking in at the AFC playoff picture after the heartbreaking loss to the Kansas City Chiefs. Now Denver has just one goal: make the playoffs.
It's another week of NFL bets for you and we have you covered with all our suggested spreads, numbers, and picks for the Week 11 games.
After a much needed bye week, the Denver Broncos will enter playoff mode for the final six games of the season. They could realistically be the No. 1 seed in the AFC, or miss the playoffs all together.
Week 10 of the NFL slate might have offered up some of the most entertaining and important matchups of the season. Our picks predicted two of the big upsets of the week in the Tennesee Titans and Dallas Cowboys, but it wasn't all perfect in a wacky week that saw our metrics finish with winning records across the board.
After going 4-and-1 in Week 3 we continued our winning ways Week 4 taking us to 10-and-5 on the year on our NFL picks. We analyze our Week 4 picks and take a look at the early spreads for the upcoming week.
We break down our week there NFL bets as we went 4-and-1 and missed out on perfection by one point. We also take an early look at the Week 4 lines and compare them to our EW spreads.
With two weeks in the books, we hope to gain some clarity with our numbers and NFL lines. Here're our picks for Week 3 based on our Vegas win total metric.
From his bootleg proficiency to his high-school career to the NCAA record he tied in his final home game last November, add to your knowledge about the Orange & Blue's newest quarterback.
The NFL's annual draft is nothing more than a 50-50 crapshoot, and that's readily evident in the top-five lists of the Broncos' top steals and biggest busts since 2000.