For the first time in a while, there's legitimate optimism surrounding the team early in the season.
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Over/under 10.5 Broncos 1st-half points?
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Debuting Broncos Pick Em'!
Believe it or not, the Broncos can still make the playoffs.
Here's what needs to happen for that wild ride to take place and who the Broncos should be cheering for this weekend.
On Sunday, after throwing his fifth interception in the past five quarters, Drew Lock looked adversity in the face and quarterbacked the Broncos to an upset victory.
Drew Lock took a positive step on Thursday to be able to play against the Dolphins.
He also made it clear he wants to play.
For Drew Lock to improve, he needs to play. But health, not being benched, could hold him out of Denver's next game.
In a 37-12 plastering that resembled Clark Griswold's last-ditch trip to an off-brand casino where he lost at war, coin toss and rock-paper-scissors, the Las Vegas Raiders shone not because of anything they did, but because the Broncos did what they’ve been doing — only worse.
Drew Lock and the Broncos' offense had their worst performance of the year on Sunday.
However, Lock and the offense's struggles are bigger than just one game.
Less than a month ago, the Broncos’ season looked so bleak there were many calling for them to tank for Trevor Lawrence.
But now, with the stars aligning, the Broncos can realistically be talkin’ about the playoffs. Yes, Jim Mora, playoffs.
Just one of the Broncos' final four opponents in 2020 had a winning record last year. But past failure is not a guarantee of future frustration.
Four months and counting. On Monday, September 14 at 8:10 p.m. MT, the Denver Broncos’ 2020 season will officially kick off on Monday Night Football. For the first time, Drew Lock will be the starting quarterback in Orange & Blue to start the season. Jerry Jeudy will make his Broncos debut. Jurrell Casey will play in his first game against…...
In the third quarter of the season, it's all about the AFC West, as the Broncos face each of their division rivals, plus a difficult home game against the New Orleans Saints.
John Elway has a lot of money to spend this offseason. Here’s how it stacks up to the rest of the NFL and how it can be spent.