The guys discuss who is most to blame for the 19-16 loss to the Chargers, talk about what changes could be made, answer listener questions and much more.
Allie Monroy and Ryan Koengisberg break down what to watch for in the Denver Broncos first regular season game against the Oakland Raiders. https://youtu.be/hub1slmBFuE
After the Broncos 29-19 defeat, Vance Joseph changed his stance on the future of Denver’s starting quarterback.
Wednesday, in the lead-up to the biggest game of the year, the Broncos received some big, and surprising, names back from the injury report.
The Broncos were without two starting defensive front seven entering Week 1. They may have found two more starters during the game.
Whether it’s for the better or worse, the Broncos’ roster is far from settled entering training camp. Here’s what could shakeup in the summer battles.
On Monday night the Denver Broncos proved that defense trumps offense when both sides are familiar with each other. The Broncos 27-9 victory over the Houston Texans ruined former Bronco quarterback Brock Osweiler return to Denver.
The Denver Broncos took a different approach to the running game on Monday night in the 27 to 9 victory over the Houston Texans, and it payed off. Devontae Booker, C.J. Anderson and the entire offensive line never gave up on the run, and that proved to be the difference from weeks past.
Bennie Fowler refused to blame the loss on not having head coach Gary Kubiak around and he felt good about Trevor Siemian. So who's fault is it?
For the first time in recent weeks the Broncos came out on the good side of halftime adjustments. After trailing 17-3 at halftime, Denver’s defense held the Bengals to just 90 yards in the second half in the Broncos 20-17 overtime win. “We knew that we hadn’t even started yet, so we knew the second half was going to be...