DENVER, Colo. — The Broncos are cooked. The run defense is Swiss cheese. The pass defense is Swiss cheese. The offensive line is Swiss cheese with a penalty problem. The Broncos have had their moments. They built a 21-3 lead over the Commanders. They came back from a 28-7 deficit to beat the Bears. They ran for 115 yards on 9.6…
How much pressure is there on Payton to beat the coach who he said did one of the worst coaching jobs in the history of the NFL?
The DNVR Broncos Crew gives their take!
Sean Payton and the Denver Broncos take on Nathaniel Hackett and the New York Jets on Sunday in what could be the juiciest game between 1-3 teams of all time thanks to Payton’s comments regarding Hackett and the Jets during training camp.
After saying Hackett and the Broncos’ 2022 staff did one of the worst coaching jobs in NFL history last year in Denver, does Sean Payton HAVE to beat Hackett and the Jets?
Will the Broncos beat the Jets?
Coming off the Denver Broncos’ first win of the season against the Chicago Bears, Pat Surtain II joins the show. Surtain II breaks down the Broncos dramatic comeback victory over Justin Fields including how Vance Joseph’s defense improved in the second half.
On Friday, Sean Payton walked back some of his comments he made to USA Today.
But he didn’t walk back all of them.
Sean Payton had a bombshell article with the USA Today. The Denver Broncos’ head coach took shots at the Broncos’ former head coach and current New York Jets’ offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett along with the entire Jets organization. Payton also defended Russell Wilson. Additionally, did Payton throw members of the current Broncos under the bus, most notably George Paton? As Broncos training camp ramps up, NFL Network Insider James Palmer joins the show to break it all down.
During Thursday’s OTAs, Greg Dulcich won on and off the field.
“He’s got traits that are exciting.”
And he’s finding a very special role in Sean Payton’s offense.
For the first time, Greg Penner will lead the search to find the Broncos’ next head coach.
Who should the Broncos hire??
The DNVR Crew gives their take!
Grabbing my dictionary… Mulligan… Mulligan…
1. a stew made from odds and ends of food.
2. (in informal golf) an extra stroke allowed after a poor shot, not counted on the scorecard.
3. This nice lady…
The Denver Broncos’ next head coach won’t be someone to just fix Russell Wilson.
Greg Penner, George Paton and the rest of the ownership will be looking for a coach for the entire team.
Here’s what they’re looking for.
The guys discuss the breaking news that the Broncos have fired Nathaniel Hackett, talk about what this means for George Paton's future, break down how the team will move forward in their head coaching search, answer listener questions and much more.
It’s safe to say Nathaniel Hackett’s first season as the Denver Broncos’ head coach has not gone to plan.
Will Hackett get a second shot to try and turn the Broncos around or will be a one-and-done coach?
The fellas debate!
Russell Wilson has 41 carries for 215 yards this year. However, he’s suffered multiple injuries too.
With Wilson set to return, does Denver’s QB need to limit the number of times he runs to avoid injury?
Nathaniel Hackett too a hard stance on Wednesday.
The guys discuss if Nathaniel Hackett and the Broncos have made a breakthrough with their offense, talk about what that means for the future of the team, answer listener questions and much more.
On Wednesday, two of the Broncos’ most important players took massive steps to play against the Cardinals.
Help appears to be on the way for Denver.
The guys discuss if Sunday's near comeback against the Chiefs gives Nathaniel Hackett a better chance of returning as Denver's head coach next year, break down what needs to happen in the final four games for Hackett to keep his job, answer listener questions and much more.
The guys discuss if they feel better or worse about Sunday's loss to the Chiefs the following day, break down if the Broncos can build off this performance or if it was a fluke, debate if this game helps Nathaniel Hackett keep his job following this season, answer listener questions and much more.
Russell Wilson put it all on the line on Sunday in an effort to snap the losing streak against the Kansas City Chiefs.