The guys discuss the report of Russell Wilson using Seahawks language when making audibles, break down if this is the week Denver will top 20 points against a poor Raiders defense, give their final predictions for the game, predict the Chargers-Chiefs game on Sunday Night Football, answer listener questions and much more.
The guys discuss the state of the Broncos' offense, talk about how they form an identity, break down the keys to the Broncos beating the Raiders, answer listener questions and much more.
The guys discuss if Josh McDaniels or Nathaniel Hackett could be fired after Sunday's game, talk about which coach is on the hotter seat, break down Denver's new wave of injuries, answer listener questions and much more.
The Broncos' new offense led by Nathaniel Hackett and Russell Wilson is averaging under 14 points per game.
How many points do they need to score against the Raiders to ease your concerns?
The end of one of the greatest current, and most successful, eras in Denver Broncos history could quickly be coming to an end.
During the team’s sixth-straight loss on Sunday, they say something that is typically only seen in the cities: thousands of empty seats.
Not only was Super Bowl LI one of the greatest championship games ever, it left a blueprint for the rest of the league moving forward. Will the Denver Broncos pick up on the lessons left by the Atlanta Falcons and New England Patriots?
To say the Denver Broncos first battle of the season against the Oakland Raiders was a massive disappointment may be an understatement. But now, in Week 17, Denver has an opportunity to even the ship on a division rival.
After a disappointing 2016 season the Denver Broncos are in a position they haven’t been in for over five years. What won’t be disappointing is what will happen in the offseason.
The Denver Broncos won't be going to the playoffs after a beatdown at the hands of the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday night.
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.
The formula for toppling a dynasty such as the New England Patriots is simple -- disrupting Tom Brady's timing, running the ball and winning the turnover battle -- but decidedly difficult to execute. Yet, those are the keys for the Denver Broncos to win Sunday and advance to Super Bowl 50.
This week’s Sunday night game will be the Denver Broncos’ 174th home contest, including the playoffs, since the start of the 1995 season, and for only the 24th time in that span, the Orange and Blue are a Mile High City underdog. Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers opened Sunday in Las Vegas as 1.5-point favorites in the…...
Who: Denver Broncos (3-0) vs. Minnesota Vikings (2-1) What: Week 4 When: 2:25 p.m. MDT, Sunday, Oct. 4 Where: Sports Authority Field at Mile High TV: FOX Announcers: Kevin Burkhardt, John Lynch Radio: KOA (850 AM), The Fox (103.5 FM) Odds: Broncos -7; O/U 43 Notable: The Vikings hold a 7-6 lead, but the Broncos have won the last two…...
Peyton Manning is back, and so is Demaryius Thomas, Von Miller and Chris Harris Jr. But there’s a big difference between this year’s Denver Broncos and the 2011-14 versions, and it has to do, of course, with the fresh – but familiar – face wearing the main headset, throwing the challenge flags and calling the shots on the sideline.…...
For a guy who’s been involved in the Denver Broncos’ organization for as long as Rick Dennison has, the team’s offensive coordinator still remains somewhat anonymous. Since signing with the franchise as an undrafted rookie out of Colorado State in 1982, Dennison has played for or coached on the Broncos’ staff for 24 of the last 34 NFL seasons. The…...