After being nothing more than a backup on the New England Patriots earlier this year, tight end A.J. Derby has an opportunity to help the Denver Broncos beat his former team. To say he’s ready is an understatement, especially after the way last week’s game ended.
In the thriteenth edition of the BSN Football Betting podcast we break down the week that was and give you all the metrics, stats, and analysis to beat the NFL spreads Week 15. With four underdogs in the mix you won't want to miss out.
Our breakdown of the AFC Playoff picture heading into week 15. What's the best case scenario for the Denver Broncos.
Despite rushing for only 18 yards in a 13-10 loss to the Tennessee Titans on Sunday, Gary Kubiak and the Denver Broncos not only have confidence in their ground game, but have no intention on giving up on it.
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.
Which teams have the easiest roads and inside tracks to the postseason? We break it all down and hash it all out here in your AFC stretch-run primer.
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.
In the top-heavy AFC West, every game in important, and two of the division's heavyweights go head-to-head Sunday night when the Broncos and Chiefs match 7-3 records in Denver. Here's what to keep an eye on ...
With just over a third of the regular season left the Denver Broncos (almost) control their own destiny: from the No. 1 seed in the AFC to missing the playoffs. However, Gary Kubiak is only focusing on his team.
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.
After a much needed bye week, the Denver Broncos will enter playoff mode for the final six games of the season. They could realistically be the No. 1 seed in the AFC, or miss the playoffs all together.
Running down the significant stats and notable numbers from the first half of the Orange & Blue's 2016 season.
Here are the Orange & Blue's notable numbers coming out of Week 3, including Trevor Siemian's big day in extending Denver's NFL-best five-plus-year run of success away from home.
It's the Broncos' first road game, the Bengals' home opener and a meeting of two AFC powers who have both made the playoffs in each of the last five seasons. Here's what to keep an eye on Sunday in Cincy.
After our part one, in which we introduced our "using Vegas' numbers against the spread, we're putting the numbers to good use and seeing what over and unders they favor this week.
En route to hoisting the Lombardi Trophy, the 2015 Broncos won a record 11 games by seven points or fewer, but the law of NFL averages says that doesn't exactly portend great things for the 2016 Orange & Blue.
From season win totals to weekly pointspreads to the list of top Super Bowl LI favorites, oddsmakers aren't exactly bullish on the 2016 Denver Broncos.
What are the key ingredients to the Broncos' recipe for reeling off five straight AFC West titles. Having the division's best quarterback for most of that span didn't hurt, but the Orange & Blue's success on the road and against the league's other good teams have been the primary factors.
Phase II of minicamp, Pro Football Focus' top-101 players from 2015 and more impressive offseason work by Mark Sanchez highlighted the week that was in Orange & Blue Country.