Take a dive into the Broncos’ 2022 schedule with notes, nuggets and facts about a slate that starts off with two of the most winnable games … but ends with a daunting six-week stretch that includes the Ravens, Rams, Chargers and both Chiefs games.
Who SHOULD George Paton hire as the Broncos' next head coach?
With no shot at the playoffs, and a fifth-straight losing season guaranteed, it's a matter of what, not if, changes will be made following Saturday's game.
Will George Paton move on from the entire coaching staff or just parts of it?
With playoffs no longer a real option and staring down a third-straight losing season, is there anything Vic Fangio can do down the stretch to ensure he returns in 2022?
What is likely to be Drew Lock’s second start of the season and the 20th of a star-crossed three seasons in Denver offers a chance for him to test his progress against a Los Angeles Chargers defense that has struggled against the pass and seen its issues multiply in recent weeks.
If the Broncos offense was in the hospital, it would be in intensive care. Their vital signs would be failing and a Code Blue could be coming next.
On Sunday, the Broncos said goodbye to their playoff chances, for all practical purposes.
On Monday, however, George Paton did not say goodbye to Vic Fangio.
The head coach opened up on his uncertain future and why he should "absolutely" be back in 2022.
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.
After shanking a crucial 55-yard field goal, Brandon McManus and Vic Fangio had a heated exchange on the sideline.
After the Broncos' crushing 17-13 loss, Fangio blamed the heated exchange on the officials.
The guys break down if Drew Lock should have been the starting QB all season, talk about Vic Fangio's job security, answer questions and much more.
With only a five percent shot at making the playoffs, should George Paton and Vic Fangio approach the final three games any differently?
The Denver Broncos no longer control their own destiny.
But they've still got a shot at the playoffs. But they need help.
Here's what Denver needs and who to root for this weekend for the Broncos' playoff dreams to stay alive.
“I woke up with a big smile on my face this morning being able to come out here and be the guy this week for this team,” he said.
Drew Lock will be the Broncos' starting quarterback against the Raiders.
However, regardless of how good Drew is, Teddy Bridgewater will takeover the starting job once he's healthy.
Teddy Bridgewater was released from the hospital on Monday morning.
However, it's highly unlikely he'll play on Sunday against the Raiders.
That sets up Drew Lock to get his first start of the season.
Which of the next three games is the most difficult for the Broncos?
Week 15 — vs 7-6 Bengals
Week 16 — @ 6-7 Raiders
Week 17 — @ 8-6 Chargers
@ZacStevensDNVR, @RyanKoenigsberg and @MaseDenver debate & give their picks for the weekend!
Will the Broncos be able to make a push for the playoffs or is last week a preview of what's to come?
The Broncos missed a massive opportunity to take the lead in the AFC West last Sunday when they fell to the Chiefs in Kansas City.
However, their playoff hopes are far from over.
Here's everything you need to know about Denver's path to the playoffs.
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.