For the Broncos, it's Loss Vegas. They fell for the second time in as many trips to Sin City, and their season is effectively over.
The guys discuss the Broncos' potential path to the postseason and how it could be built upon some key players playing to their potential. Who do the Broncos need to step up the most?
Since returning from their Bye Week, Teddy Bridgewater is averaging 188 passing yards per game and has an 87.7 passer rating.
But it’s not time to worry about the passing game just yet.
That’s not the Broncos’ key to success.
For the first time since 2016, the Denver Broncos have a winning record in December and are playing meaningful football games in the final month of the season.
First place in the AFC West is up for grabs on Sunday Night.
Who do they Broncos need to step up the most to FINALLY beat the Chiefs?
The more you run, the better your chances of beating the Chiefs -- which is why the Broncos need to keep it close and keep their patience Sunday night.
Coming off the best win of his career as the head coach of the Denver Broncos, Vic Fangio's stock is as high as it's been this year.
Despite numerous injuries, Denver's defense has flashed dominance. The Broncos are only 0.5 game back of first place in the AFC West.
Guiding the Broncos to a winning record through nine games, what does Fangio need to do to keep his job into the 2022 season?
Pat Shurmur might not call plays against the Eagles. Vic Fangio won't say who will. Whoever gets the call will be tasked with finding the same success the Broncos had last Sunday in Dallas.
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.
Game balls went to Kyle Fuller, Javonte Williams and running backs coach Curtis Modkins.
The Denver Broncos destroyed the Cowboys by more than just their 14-point win indicates.
But on Sunday, George Paton was the biggest winner.
Angered by the Cowboys' tactical arrogance, the Broncos got mad as hell, and they weren't gonna take it anymore.
Riding a four-game losing streak with the trade deadline quickly approaching, should George Paton and the Broncos try and turn this season around by acquiring a player or two or begin building for the future by trading players away?
Victory was in the Broncos’ hands at Heinz Field, and they dropped it like a greased bottle of ketchup. Now they must clean up the mess.
Entering the season, the Broncos' winning formula was to play elite defense and have a dominant ground game.
Opposing teams, however, have gone to "extreme measures" to derail this.
Teddy Bridgewater has been the ultimate countermove to those measures.
Who is the most important non-QB on the Broncos?
Over/under 10.5 Broncos 1st-half points?
Browns @ Chiefs (-6)
Will Denver cover the 3-point spread?
Debuting Broncos Pick Em'!
The guys host an awards show! The fellas predict who will be the Broncos' MVP, Coach of the Year, Rookie of the Year, answer listener questions and much more.
Another week, another massive compliment for the Broncos' rookie running back.
Following Denver's final preseason game, Teddy Bridgewater compared Javonte Williams to four-time Pro Bowler Alvin Kamara.
On Monday, leading up to his NFL debut, Vic Fangio said there's no sign of rookie in the Broncos' second-round pick.