Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots are reportedly shopping former first-round quarterback Mac Jones. CBS Sports suggested that the Denver Broncos would be a good fit for Jones if he is traded. Do you agree? Would Sean Payton be able to make Jones the next Drew Brees? Or would Jones not fit in Denver? Could Denver trade Russell Wilson for Jones? Would both teams accept a deal around those two quarterbacks? Or is all of this completely outlandish? Also, the Broncos March Madness bracket continues. Will Jerry Jeudy be able to upset Pat Surtain II? Can Javonte Williams pull off the upset over Justin Simmons to make it to the championship round?
The Denver Broncos have hired former Arizona Cardinals defensive coordinator to be their defensive coordinator. Did Sean Payton make the right decision to hire Jospeh over New England Patriots senior football advisor Matt Patricia and ESPN analyst Rex Ryan? PHNX Arizona Cardinals beat reporter Bo Brack joins the show to break down Joseph's strengths and weaknesses as a defensive coordinator. Will the Broncos former head coach be able to make Denver’s defense a top-10 unit in the NFL? What does he need to do for it to be a successful hire?
Mathematically, Sunday's Broncos game against the Bengals isn't a must-win.
But for all practical purposes it is.
Here's what's on the line, who to cheer for this weekend along with the Broncos and where Denver stands in the playoff picture.
Drew Lock didn't cut it on Sunday against the Kansas City Chiefs. There's no other way around it.
But the Denver Broncos' issues in the passing game are much bigger than just their second-year quarterback.
After Sunday's disappointing performance, Drew Lock pointed to a few key areas in which he needs to improve.
Every area of improvement the 23-year-old quarterback pointed to revolved around one central point.
The Broncos desperately needed a win and takeaways last week.
Vic Fangio offered his team a "little deal" if they were able to do both. They did.
The head coach handed out the reward this week.
Will the Broncos be able to continue to turn their season around despite all of the changes with their game against the Patriots?
The DNVR Broncos Crew breaks it down and discusses Garett Bolles' future.
For the moment, the Broncos' revised plans for Week 6 remain without further change. Despite the reports of a positive COVID-19 test on the Patriots' roster, the Broncos' weekend in New England is on, with the team's Saturday plans to fly northeast unaffected.
The guys discuss how the Broncos beat the Patriots with Drew Lock, answer listener questions and much more.
It's no secret Drew Lock is trending in the right direction to play on Sunday against the New England Patriots.
After his second straight full practice on Thursday, Vic Fangio added to that optimism.
On Sunday morning, the NFL postponed the Broncos-Patriots Week 5 game — which had already been pushed to Monday — due to New England having their fourth positive COVID-19 test in the last eight days.
Here's everything you need to know about the last-minute change and how the Broncos are dealing with it.
Since Vic Fangio took over as the Broncos' head coach, his defense has been missing something in which his units usually excel.
The NFL gave the Denver Broncos 24 more hours to see if Drew Lock can be healthy enough to play in Week 5 after the league moved their game against the New England Patriots from Sunday to Monday.
The Broncos are taking that extra time and running with it.
The sight of No. 3 slinging the ball around at practice was unquestionably a positive sign for his potential availability against the New England Patriots.
But Lock being able to throw a football without pain will only be part of the equation on whether or not the Broncos will have their starting quarterback return after suffering a badly bruised shoulder in Week 2.
The Broncos did not place Drew Lock on the injured reserve in hopes he would miss fewer than three games. If he is able to play on Sunday, their gamble would pay off in a big way.
A lot rides on Drew Lock's health moving forward. But there's a 50-50 chance the Broncos will get their starting quarterback back for their next game.
After leading the Broncos to their first win of the season, Rypien is poised to be their quarterback at least for another game, right?
Not so fast.
The Broncos went all-in on Drew Lock for the 2020 season. At first, all hope appeared to be lost when Lock went down on Sunday. But now, there's hope the second-round pick will be back on the field within the next three weeks.