The Broncos are rolling with the “we don’t care” attitude moving forward.
In a crazy 20-19 comeback win over the Oakland Raiders, the Denver Broncos scraped by with lots of ugly individual performances. We break every performance down from the gutsy Week 2 win.
Special is the word many Broncos used to describe the chemistry of this team after Sunday’s come-from-behind victory.
Led by Jon Gruden, the Raiders will try to get their season back on track, while the Broncos look for their sixth-straight 2-0 start.
In just two moves during the offseason, John Elway addressed an issue with the team he personally identified.
Bill Musgrave might not have been a hot name nor was he the man most expected as the Denver Broncos newest offensive coordinator, but he might be the right man for the job, here’s why.
Saddle up, because if Paxton’s ankle is ready to run on Sunday, the Broncos will end the season with a good hard look at the quarterback they hoped would take the reigns of the franchise for many years.
Vance Joseph’s first priority is to win the final two games of the season. He also wants to see Paxton Lynch. That’s why the Broncos have yet to name a starting quarterback.
Sunday’s game against the Jets could go a long way in deterring April’s draft order. Here’s what the game, and thus the draft, could come down to.
As crazy as it may seem, the Broncos are still mathematically capable of making the playoffs. However, at 3-9, their attention is no longer on this season.
As if a long drawn out game of quarterback carousel lasting throughout the season didn’t show you the Broncos’ quarterback situation clearly enough, Vance Joseph told you.
The Broncos’ head coach repeatedly said Talib’s actions on Sunday were “unacceptable.” That was except for one aspect of it.
On a rainy day in the Oakland, the sloppy weather was emblematic of No. 12’s performance and was likely the final nail in the coffin for his potential to be the Broncos’ franchise quarterback.