Evan Engram's production with Pat Shurmur in New York shows what is possible for the Broncos' second-year tight end.
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.
Another long discussion from Allie Monroy and Ryan Koenigsberg as they discuss the Broncos 38 point win over the Houston Texans on Sunday, Drew Lock and Kareem Jackson’s performances and the upcoming game against the Kansas City Chiefs. https://youtu.be/5W3TgGqUFKo
It wasn't one moment or one play, but a series of unfortunate events. But what can the Broncos do about it now?
Let's talk about Drew Lock ... and how to build off the positive momentum being built by Vic Fangio's defense ... and the origin of SEVENTY-FIVE!
If Broncos players achieve these five statistical benchmarks the rest of the way, you'll know the team is headed in the right direction, regardless of the W-L ledger at the end of the season.
On Sunday against Cleveland, the undrafted, unheard of and unnoticed Allen had a glistening 125.6 passer rating—only 3.6 points behind Manning’s magnificent debut against the Steelers in 2012. And, to be fair, Allen’s wasn’t just his first start as a Bronco, like No. 18’s, it was his first start ever in the NFL.
A late stop, some heroics from Brandon Allen and a breakthrough game from Noah Fant powered Denver to a win over Cleveland.
Noah Fant won't miss any time because of the cut on the side of his foot. But he didn't want to say how the injury happened.
Two players who have seen their seasons defined by drops must step up if the Broncos are to find their footing without Sanders.
Also, find out why the Broncos’ tide is turning when it comes to covering running backs and tight ends in the passing game!
Just four games into his professional career, Dalton Risner's been deemed a cornerstone of the franchise "for a long time."
After numerous six-to-eight week injuries and multiple players finding their way to the injured reserve, Vic Fangio finally was able to deliver good news about many of his players on Wednesday.
Like much of Broncos Country, Vic Fangio was “extremely disappointed” following Monday night’s 16-24 loss to the Raiders. Unlike some of Broncos Country, however, the 61-year old head coach was not discouraged.
OAKLAND, Calif. — After an offseason of hearing about “death by inches,” the Broncos died by yards Monday night. They died by the yards Oakland running back Josh Jacobs racked up as he rumbled through the Broncos’ defense for 113 yards from scrimmage, the most the Broncos have ever allowed to a rookie in a Week 1 game. They…...