The guys discuss Ejiro Evero's interview with the Broncos on Tuesday, talk about Jim Caldwell's chances of getting the job after his interview on Wednesday, break down the chances of either being Denver's next head coach, hand out awards to Pat Surtain and Jerry Jeudy, answer listener questions and much more.
The guys discuss Pat Surtain being named to his first Pro Bowl, break down if Justin Simmons should have made the Pro Bowl, talk about the keys to the Broncos beating the Rams on Christmas, give their final picks of the weekend, answer listener questions and much more.
The guys talk about who has been Denver's most valuable player on offense and defense, break down who their most disappointing players have been, go around the NFL and break down the biggest storylines, answer listener questions and much more.
The guys break down the biggest news of the day, discuss matchups in the Broncos-Raiders game, talk about if Pat Surtain or Davante Adams has the edge, give out their keys to Denver beating Las Vegas, answer listener questions and much more.
The guys discuss if they feel better or worse after the Broncos a day after the game, discuss the good injury news surrounding Pat Surtain and Jerry Jeudy, break down how much those two injuries will impact Sunday's game against the 49ers, talk about Denver's 16-9 win over the Texans, answer listener questions and much more.
Russell Wilson, Nathaniel Hackett and the Denver Broncos’ new high-flying offense have been the talk, and the hope, of the Mile High City for the past six months.
But through the first two weeks of the NFL season, it’s been the other side of the ball — the ‘Dark Side,’ as the defense calls themselves — that has carried the team, kept them afloat and guided Denver to a 1-1 record.
The Broncos’ offense and defense were neck and neck heading into the final period on Tuesday.
But Russell Wilson and Kendall Hinton were able to do just enough to get points and win the day.
For the first time in the Nathaniel Hackett era, the head coach was upset with the offense's slow start to practice.
Russell Wilson sensed that, gathered the offense and responded with back-to-back touchdowns.
Before every training camp practice, Justin Outten makes a plea to Pat Surtain.
“I’ll go over to him each and everyday and say ‘Can you let us complete a pass please. Just once,’” Denver’s offensive coordinator said after practice.
On Saturday, during the Broncos’ fourth training camp practice, Surtain obliged his offensive coordinator.
But just once.
Despite an overcast day on Thursday at the UCHealth Training Center, the Denver Broncos’ stars shined through.
Denver’s defense clearly had enough of Russell Wilson and Nathaniel Hackett being the storylines of camp.
The defense came out of the gate with their hair on fire at all three levels during the first practice of camp.
But Russ did fight back at the end of practice.
A hamstring injury did its best to derail Michael Ojemudia's promising young career last season.
But recently, Ojemudia's pushed his way back to not just making the 53-man roster, but competing for a starting job during training camp.
The Broncos didn't have a single Pro Bowler last year.
That won't happen this year.
But how many Pro Bowlers will the Broncos have?
We've set the line at over/under 4.5.
The guys make a major announcement, break down how many core players the Broncos have on their roster, talk about who is part of the team's lifeboat, answer listener questions and much more.
The AFC West is absolutely stacked with talent.
Outside of QB, who is the one player from the division that would be the best addition on the Broncos?
A pass rusher?
The fellas discuss in the latest roundtable!
Russell Wilson and the Denver Broncos didn't throw a single interception in the first week of OTAs.
On Tuesday, Pat Surtain changed that on the very first play.
That was just a taste of the "night and day difference" Surtain is showing in Year 2.
The guys discuss the candidates on the Broncos' roster that could have a breakout season, break down who will have the biggest breakout year, answer listener questions and much more.
The guys draft the 2022 Broncos roster, discuss why Trey McBride could have been Denver's No. 1 target in the draft, answer listener questions and much more.
The Broncos’ defensive nomenclature is different under new defensive coordinator Ejiro Evero. But after spending five seasons under Vic Fangio, Evero has plenty of concepts drawn from the Broncos’ former coach.