Justin Michael, Henry Chisholm and Jake Schwanitz give their thoughts on Denver’s dominating Week 1 victory over New York, before giving an early ranking of the Broncos’ biggest draft needs. They also go over Week 2 for college football, including the results, CFB Playoff implications, and who stood out from an NFL Draft perspective. Finally, the gang previews this weekend’s…
While initially Jerry Jeudy's gruesome injury looked potentially season ending, tests only revealed a high ankle sprain.
Here’s everything you need to know about how long the star will be out and how the Broncos will replace him.
Vic Fangio trusted Teddy Bridgewater. More importantly, his gut trusted Bridgewater. And that's why the Broncos had more fourth-down conversions Sunday than they had in their first 14 games last year.
While he won't say it, it's clear—Von Miller is back.
That's fantastic new for Vic Fangio and the Broncos.
It's terrible news for opposing quarterbacks, especially Trevor Lawrence, who is Von's target in Week 2.
The guys break down Teddy Bridgewater's fantastic performance, give out helmet stickers, talk about what this game means for the team moving forward and much more.
Who is the most important non-QB on the Broncos?
Over/under 10.5 Broncos 1st-half points?
Browns @ Chiefs (-6)
Will Denver cover the 3-point spread?
Debuting Broncos Pick Em'!
The guys give their final Broncos record predictions, breakdown if Denver will beat the Giants, give their predicted AFC West standings, answer listener questions and much more.
A strong start to the season certainly doesn't guarantee the Broncos anything.
But a slow start in 2021 will nearly guarantee doom for many across the organization. The Broncos simply can't slumber their way through September again.
Tick tock, tick tock.
With the final preseason game just days away and the regular season quickly approaching, time was ticking for Vic Fangio to end the Broncos' quarterback competition and name a starter.
Here's why he went with Teddy Bridgewater.
The NFL decided the Broncos aren’t ready for prime time. But the NFL also gave the Broncos and head coach Vic Fangio a massive gift.
The Broncos had a three-man competition for the team’s third cornerback spot throughout the majority of training camp.
Two of them are no longer on the roster. Here's why.
A few weeks ago on Broncos Film Room, we went back to 2017 and put Stefon Diggs under the microscope with the goal of learning how Jerry Jeudy fits in Pat Shurmur’s offense. This week we turn our eyes to the Meadowlands to follow Shurmur and Evan Engram from 2018-2019 to project Noah Fant’s future outlook and utility in Denver’s…...
Pat Shurmur had an opportunity to work with Drew Lock last year. The Giants organization went a different direction. When Shurmur had his choice, he chose the Broncos and Drew Lock.
Pat Shurmur’s the Broncos new sheriff in town for Denver’s offense. Along with a new offensive system and playbook, the former Giants head coach could be bringing a few of his former players with him out west from the Big Apple.
Special is the word many Broncos used to describe the chemistry of this team after Sunday’s come-from-behind victory.
Case Keenum made one play on Friday that made some of his teammates turn to the media and exclaim “You better be tweeting that right now!”
The Broncos thought they were prepared for everything entering the draft. That was until the unthinkable happened.
Riley Dixon is heading to the Big Apple, but both Matt Paradis and Shaq Barrett will remain in the Mile High City.