In his third go-around hiring a head coach, Denver Broncos’ General Manager John Elway is taking a much different approach than he has in the previous two times.
It's NFL playoff's time here at BSN ATS and with that we're digging deep, analyzing each game for the week and offering up some interesting tidbits for bettors this week. All that plus our one pick of the week and much more.
It's playoff time in the NFL which means a special edition of the BSN Football Betting podcast. We break down all the games this week, giving you our suggested spreads for each matchup and offering up our one pick of the week. Don't miss out!
The defending Super Bowl-champion Denver Broncos have lost four their last six and games face an uphill battle to qualify for their sixth straight postseason. With 11 teams still alive in the AFC, here's how everything shakes out entering Christmas weekend.
Our breakdown of the AFC Playoff picture heading into week 15. What's the best case scenario for the Denver Broncos.
During Peyton Manning’s four seasons with the Denver Broncos, a first-round bye was nearly a guarantee. This year, Denver is in a heated race to just make the playoffs.
Oh what a week can do. As is currently stands the Denver Broncos are on the outside looking in at the AFC playoff picture after the heartbreaking loss to the Kansas City Chiefs. Now Denver has just one goal: make the playoffs.
With three early games for the thanksgiving week of NFL action, we offer up four picks for our Week 12 BSN ATS picks of the week. Don't miss out as we go through the numbers and break it all down for you as we do each and every week.
From Trevor Siemian's sub-par passing night to the struggles with the run on both sides of the ball to the end of some statistical streaks, here are the numbers of note for the Orange & Blue coming out of Week 9.
Running down the significant stats and notable numbers from the first half of the Orange & Blue's 2016 season.
A Super Bowl rematch right out of the gate? We know you'll be at Sports Authority or glued to your couch Thursday for the 2016 NFL season opener between the Broncos and Panthers. Here are five things to keep an eye on.
No one remembers the '86 Bears, '01 Ravens or '03 Buccanneers. That's because all three defending -- and defensively-dominant -- Super Bowl champions failed in their bids to repeat. Can the 2016 Denver Broncos buck that trend?
Some, including a certain Mile High City TV sports anchor, believe the Broncos can plug anyone in at quarterback next season, and the team can repeat its Super Bowl-winning feat. Not so fast ...
Restricted Free Agent running back CJ Anderson is visiting the Miami Dolphins. Denver could match any offer to Anderson.
The NFL's new league year certainly hasn't gotten off to the best of starts for the defending champs. Here's some thoughts on what's went down so far, including the perfect storm that's hampering the Broncos, the decidedly QB-favored market and which team has emerged as the favorite to oppose the Orange & Blue in the 2016 regular-season opener.
One Sunday to go, two postseason berths up for grabs. That’s the state of the NFL entering Week 17, and both of the open playoff spots are in the AFC. One will claimed by the winner of the AFC South, and the other is a wild-card berth to be settled between the New York Jets and Pittsburgh Steelers. As…...
Believe it or not, we’ve arrived at the three-quarter pole of the 2015 NFL regular season. For the non-math majors out there, that means only four games remain before the real season begins. And so with your 10-2 Denver Broncos on the verge of putting the wraps on their fifth straight playoff berth, there is some tidying up to…...
Five weeks remaining in the regular season and only one game separating the New England Patriots, Cincinnati Bengals and your Denver Broncos – the top three teams in the American Football Conference. Who will emerge with the No. 1 seed? Which team will be forced to play an extra game in the wild-card round? Soon it will be Christmas…...
Hey Broncos Country, what do you say we weigh a novel concept as the Orange and Blue prepares to enter the 2015 season? With the litany of offensive concerns — a new system, a 39-year-old starting quarterback, a reconfigured and inexperienced offensive line and the loss of pass-catching weapons Julius Thomas and Wes Welker — it’s the perfect time…...
Next level Rams? It’s happening all across the NFL landscape. Dee Hart is the latest in a long line of Colorado State football players to graduate into the NFL, with a shot at making the roster, as is the case for Hart in Miami. The Miami Dolphins invited the former Rams and Alabama running back to camp for a…...