The win streak continues. The Broncos knocked off the Buffalo Bills on Monday Night Football thanks to a stellar effort from the defense. The Broncos forced four turnovers on their way to a 24-22 win, extending their win streak to three games and improving their record to 4-5. The Bills fell to 5-5. Here’s how the Broncos graded out… Offense…
With the Chiefs in the rearview mirror, Denver rides in to their Bye Week on a two-game win streak and a 3-2 record in their past five games.
Sitting at 3-5 on the season, what are realistic expectations for the Broncos for the rest of the season?
Is playoff too much to ask for?
DENVER, Colo. — The streak is over! The Broncos took down the Chiefs 24-9 in a cold afternoon game at Empower Field at Mile High on Sunday. The win ends Denver’s 16-game losing streak to Kansas City that began in 2015. The Broncos improved their record to 3-5 entering their bye week. Here’s how the Broncos graded out… Offense Quarterbacks…
DENVER, Colo. — A win! The Broncos are back in the win column with a 19-17 win over the Packers in Denver on Sunday. They improved their record to 2-5, with a home matchup against the Chiefs looming on Sunday. Here’s how the Broncos graded out… Offense Quarterbacks Russell Wilson: B+ — Wilson took what the defense gave him. When the…
Here we are again. The Broncos fell 19-8 to the Chiefs in Kansas City on Thursday. Denver is now 1-5 on the season and tied for the second-worst record in the NFL. They’ve lost 16 consecutive games to Kansas City. Here’s how the Broncos graded out… Offense Quarterbacks Russell Wilson: D — The Broncos’ quarterback turned in his worst performance…
Once again, the Broncos lost on Thursday. The Denver Broncos took a quick trip to Kansas City to take on the Chiefs at GEHA Stadium on Thursday Night Football. Denver didn’t score until the fourth quarter, but had made the Chiefs sweat a little in a 19-8 loss. The Broncos are now 1-5 this season, while the Chiefs improve to…
Through three weeks of the NFL season, the Denver Broncos have the worst scoring defense in the NFL, giving up slightly over 40 points per game.
What would have to happen for the Broncos to make that change and move on from Vance Joseph?
The 2023 Broncos season started the exact same way the 2022 season started.
Both Week 1 games ended with a 17-16 loss for Denver.
Under Sean Payton, instead of Nathaniel Hackett, will the team turn things around? Or do season expectations change after losing at home to the Las Vegas Raiders in Week 1?
On one hand, Denver’s offense was much improved with their long drives and efficiency. On the other, they only scored the all-too-familiar 16 points.
But Samaje Perine is optimistic of where the Broncos’ offense can go, especially if they add just one more element to it.
Wednesday was an encouraging sign that Sean Payton could have Javonte Williams and Jerry Jeudy on Sunday against the Raiders.
The Denver Broncos played the San Francisco 49ers in their second preseason game on Saturday night. Sean Payton played the Broncos’ starters on offense, including Russell Wilson, Jerry Jeudy and Courtland Sutton played. How did the first-team offense do? Are we more encouraged or discouraged about the season after their performance? Javonte Williams made his preseason debut as well. On the other side of the ball, Vance Joseph’s unit, featuring Pat Surtain, Randy Gregory and Alex Singleton, went up against Kyle Shanahan. Are we pleased with how they looked?
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — The Broncos have hit the halfway point in training camp. “You come in off the drills and you say, ‘What are we doing well? What aren’t we doing well?’” head coach Sean Payton said after practice. “That’s every period, and specifically, when it gets to the preseason and you’re playing a game. I think the easier thing…
Javonte Williams only has one major hurdle to clear before making his official return as the Denver Broncos’ starting running back in the regular season.
And he’s on track to clear that hurdle.
A few months ago, Javonte Williams realized he might be “a little bit” ahead in his recovery.
He was not a little bit ahead.
He was light-years ahead.
On Thursday, he reveled he’s passed another significant milestone.
Javonte Williams was supposed to be in a training room months away from returning from this devastating injury once training camp rolled around.
Instead, it appears he’s on track to be the Broncos’ starting running back Week 1 against the same team he got injured against last year.
Russell Wilson and Javonte Williams are the two leading candidates from the Denver Broncos to win the NFL’s Comeback Player of the Year in 2023. Which one has a better chance of winning the award? What does recent history say? What do the odds say? What numbers does Wilson have to put up under Sean Payton to win the award? Would Williams have to have a near 2,000-yard season to beat out the quarterbacks for the award?
After suffering a devastating knee injury last season, Denver Broncos’ start running back Javonte Williams’ health was one of the top stories this offseason. Sean Payton has continued to deliver good news about the bruising back’s injury and expects him to be fully healthy at the beginning of training camp, beginning at the end of July. If Williams is healthy, does the combination of he and Samaje Perine give the Broncos’ one of the best running back rooms in the NFL? If Javonte isn’t as healthy as the team is leading on, does that make Denver have one of the worst running back rooms in the NFL? Where does Williams’ health stand entering training camp? Does the Broncos’ 2023 season rest on Javonte Williams’ health?
Will the Broncos’ playoff chances rest on the health of Javonte Williams?
That is the question.
This is the debate.
On Thursday, the Denver Broncos made a big-time addition to their pass rush by signing former Kansas City Chiefs’ edge rusher Frank Clark. It appears the signing is in reaction to Baron Browning’s offseason surgery that could sideline him longer than initially expected. Will Clark be Vance Joseph’s starting linebacker alongside Randy Gregory? What are the expectations for Clark this year? Additionally, the Broncos are being connected to Dalvin Cook, who is expected to be officially released from the Minnesota Vikings on Friday. How Sean Payton utilize Cook? What would this mean for Javonte Williams and Samaje Perine?
The Denver Broncos wrapped up their third week of OTA practices on Thursday. Minutes after Sean Payton wrapped up practice, George Paton and the team signed former Kansas City Chief pass rusher Frank Clark to a one-year deal worth up to $7.5 million. Additionally, we found out that Baron Browning had surgery this offseason and that’s why he hasn’t been at OTAs. Will Clark be able to fill in for Browning effectively? What does this mean for Randy Gregory, Nik Bonitto and Jonathon Cooper? The Broncos also will reportedly have interest in Dalvin Cook. What does this mean for Javonte Williams? The DNVR Broncos Crew was at the practice and talked to Sean Payton after. They break down the biggest takeaways from Russell Wilson, Jerry Jeudy, Pat Surtain II, Randy Gregory and Justin Simmons. Now that OTAs are completed, the team looks toward mandatory minicamp taking place next week.