"It's a huge honor," said Bridgewater, who had the best statistical season for any Broncos QB since Peyton Manning in 2014.
In 2019, the Broncos were "living in a world of suck," as Emmanuel Sanders famously stated, later revealing that was Vic Fangio's message to the team. Two years later, they're still in that same world. It sucks.
The guys discuss which Broncos deserve to make the Pro Bowl, who will make the Pro Bowl in 2022, answer listener questions and much more.
The Broncos are among the league's best in points allowed per game and per possession over the last eight weeks. But their troubles against the run could be a downfall.
“How are you doing?” Those words might mean nothing to you. But they meant everything to Demaryius Thomas.
After Sunday night’s loss, it feels like the world is falling and the Broncos season is over.
But the playoffs are starting a month early for the Broncos.
The Broncos viewed Sunday's game against the Chargers as a must-win. Next week's game against the Chiefs is a step above that.
Caden Sterns has been incredibly efficient this year.
With Kareem Jackson dinged up, the rookie safety could get his first start as a Bronco against the Chargers.
Here's what Sterns' efficiency could mean for Sunday's game.
Pretend to draw an arrow and fire it from an imaginary bow — get fined five figures. Make the same gesture without releasing the arrow — no fine.
The Broncos have been the league's worst first-possession team as a whole the last two seasons in terms of scoring and allowing touchdowns. But Washington has been nearly as bad.
On paper, the Denver Broncos' pass defense is as good as it gets.
On paper, it's a dream.
The past three weeks, however, that dream has merely been a dream.
On Sunday, Derek Carr exposed them yet again.
Is it fixable?
Despite sitting on top of the AFC—albeit with six other teams—at 3-1, Sunday's game against the Pittsburgh Steelers is as crucial of a game as any team will find just five weeks into the season.
It means “everything” for the Denver Broncos.
Despite the toxicity that surely pervades some corners of Broncos Country right now, the Broncos’ season is not over. Far from it. But Sunday's loss dropped some truth bombs.
Von Miller, for one, says he plans to attack. "I mean, what am I going to do? Just sit on the line of scrimmage and just wait around?" he said.
Believe it or not, Justin Simmons and these Denver Broncos have something in common with three Super Bowl winners -- including the 2019 Kansas City Chiefs. What is it?
The Broncos are certain that Surtain is the right man to replace Darby.
They just need Pat to be Surtain.