Throughout the entire 2019-20 season, DNVR will be giving you game grades from every Denver Broncos’ contest. Evaluating all the starters and beyond to give you a better look at the team’s strengths and weaknesses on a game-by-game basis. In a wild and sloppy final game of the NFL’s Week 1, the Denver Broncos found a way to lose to…...
In 2019, the Broncos averaged 17.6 points per game. However, in the final five games under Lock, they averaged 21.4 points per game.
For 2020, the Broncos can expect another significant jump.
With an off day in sight, the Broncos brought the heat on Tuesday. But one side of the ball won the day.
Leading up to training camp, Emmanuel Sanders and Jerry Jeudy worked out together at a local field in Colorado.
Despite having two Pro Bowls, a Super Bowl ring and three 1,000-yard seasons to his name, the man that wore No. 10 in Orange & Blue last year was actually the one who reached out to the Broncos’ new No. 10 for advice on how to improve his game.
On offense, the Broncos' expectations "are definitely tempered," John Elway said. "I don't think that we can expect -- with no offseason -- for us to be coming out and hitting on all cylinders.
Marquise Brown, Mecole Harman and Tyreek Hill averaged 44 receptions for 572 yards and six touchdowns during their rookie season. There’s no reason Denver’s second-round pick won’t be able to have similar success.
In January, Lloyd Cushenberry III became a national champion. In April, the 22-year old became John Elway’s highest-drafted center ever.
Now, he has a chance to add a cherry on top of what has already been a magnificent year by competing for the Denver Broncos’ starting center position.
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…...
Physically, the Broncos drafted a near-perfect tight end prospect in Albert Okwuegbunam. Will his potential and chemistry with Drew Lock blossom from the moment the two reconnect or will it take some time?
Jerry Jeudy and Pat Shurmur making their way to the Mile High City in 2020 is not a coincidence. Both were brought in to help revive an offense that has been lifeless since 2015. Even though Shurmur’s second attempt at leading an NFL team was disappointing, he remains one of the more simple yet forward-thinking and adaptable offensive coordinators in…...
The guys discuss the biggest takeaways from the Broncos' coordinators, answer listener questions and much more.
Instead of using the hot-hand approach when dividing the workload between the two Pro Bowl backs, Pat Shurmur said Melvin Gordon and Phillip Lindsay will “have specific roles" week in and week out.
From signing a two-time Pro Bowl running back in Melvin Gordon, to drafting back-to-back receivers in Jerry Jeudy and K.J. Hamler to start the draft, it’s clear adding explosion to the offense was a main priority for John Elway in 2020.
Yet there’s one other notable addition to the offensive side of the ball that hasn’t had a dangerous label to his name. Until now.
Rarely did the Broncos push the ball downfield with Lock starting last year. That's what will change now with Pat Shurmur in command of the scheme.
After snagging the most dynamic and versatile speed receiver of this special 2020 wide receiver class, the Denver Broncos doubled down by selecting Penn State star, K.J. Hamler. Still only 20-years old, Denver’s second-round selection (46th overall) comes as a ready-made star from one of the most entertaining and explosive offenses in the country. In truth, the Broncos aren’t even…...
With the excitement of Thursday night's 2020 NFL Draft still fresh, we went back to our Big Board as our guide to grade all six picks from the Denver Broncos and their AFC West rivals.
From thinking they’d have to trade up to having their guy drop into their lap, the Denver Broncos made out like bandits on the opening night of the 2020 NFL Draft. Jeudy was the eighth-ranked prospect on our draft board, carrying a first-round grade as the second-best receiver in a historic class with 20 wideouts grading out as future NFL…...
There’s a new backup in town, folks. Jeff Driskel comes to Denver as a journeymen signal-caller with nothing more than second-string aspirations. But recent NFL history, unfortunately, suggests that at some point the Broncos backup will see the field. Studying tape through that lens, here’s every reason why you should be both excited and scared if Driskel were forced into…...