The guys discuss Pat Surtain being named to his first Pro Bowl, break down if Justin Simmons should have made the Pro Bowl, talk about the keys to the Broncos beating the Rams on Christmas, give their final picks of the weekend, answer listener questions and much more.
The guys discuss what they want to see from Denver's top players the final three games of the season, talk about if Randy Gregory need to rack up a few sacks down the stretch, break down what Russell Wilson needs to do to building confidence heading into next season, answer listener questions and much more.
Russell Wilson put it all on the line on Sunday in an effort to snap the losing streak against the Kansas City Chiefs.
The Broncos’ defense was elite on Sunday against the Ravens.
For the first 55 minutes of the game.
“Not to beat a dead horse, it came down to the two-minute drive, and if you want to be elite and you want to call yourself the best”
Russell Wilson’s high knees on the plane wasn’t the only notable thing to happen on Tuesday for the Denver Broncos as they prepared to play the Jaguars in London.
Here’s what helped lead the Broncos to victory, beginning on Tuesday night.
After only five games, the Denver Broncos have reached a crucial point in the season. Not according to the media. Not according to the fans. Not according to the analysts. Not according to me.
According to the Broncos’ longest-tenured captain.
For the first time in what's felt like a long time, the Broncos were handed encouraging news on the injury front Tuesday.
Russell Wilson, Nathaniel Hackett and the Denver Broncos’ new high-flying offense have been the talk, and the hope, of the Mile High City for the past six months.
But through the first two weeks of the NFL season, it’s been the other side of the ball — the ‘Dark Side,’ as the defense calls themselves — that has carried the team, kept them afloat and guided Denver to a 1-1 record.
For at least the next month, the Broncos will have to try and fill the shoes of an All-Pro safety.
While it won't be easy, Kareem Jackson is very confident in the Broncos' plan.
The guys discuss the news of Justin Simmons going on IR, talk about which game the Broncos will be most impacted by not having their All-Pro Safety, debate Russell Wilson's interesting comments, break down the keys for Denver to beat Houston, answer listener questions and much more.
Tim Patrick’s injury stopped Tuesday’s practice for longer than Kareem Jackson’s ever witnessed for a player getting hurt.
That shows how loved Patrick is in the locker room.
Once practice continued, a talented rookie stepped up.
Despite an overcast day on Thursday at the UCHealth Training Center, the Denver Broncos’ stars shined through.
Denver’s defense clearly had enough of Russell Wilson and Nathaniel Hackett being the storylines of camp.
The defense came out of the gate with their hair on fire at all three levels during the first practice of camp.
But Russ did fight back at the end of practice.
The guys discus ESPN ranking Justin Simmons as the best safety in the NFL, talk about if Simmons is the best, answer listener questions and much more.
The Broncos didn't have a single Pro Bowler last year.
That won't happen this year.
But how many Pro Bowlers will the Broncos have?
We've set the line at over/under 4.5.
Injuries, inconsistent play and a floundering college football program turned former five-star recruit, Caden Sterns, into a fifth-round draft pick. Fortunately for the Denver Broncos and Sterns, the former Longhorn is on schedule to outplay his draft position and become a crucial piece for the new-look Broncos. Expectations were low for Sterns as a rookie with veterans Kareem Jackson and…
The guys make a major announcement, break down how many core players the Broncos have on their roster, talk about who is part of the team's lifeboat, answer listener questions and much more.
Russell Wilson hit two 50-yard bombs during Monday's OTA practice.
But one had Nathaniel Hackett jumping up and down.
And it wasn't because of it's perfect placement either.
It took only one practice as a Denver Bronco for Russell Wilson to display not just why he's a nine-time Pro Bowler, but what makes him special.