They're learning how to win.
This game — assuming that it takes place Sunday at Gillette Stadium - is more valuable being played now rather than later because Drew Lock is expected to be in the lineup.
The guys discuss how the Broncos beat the Patriots with Drew Lock, answer listener questions and much more.
The problem is that there is only so much improvisation and adjustment that can be done before it begins exacting a toll on the legitimacy of a season.
On Sunday morning, the NFL postponed the Broncos-Patriots Week 5 game — which had already been pushed to Monday — due to New England having their fourth positive COVID-19 test in the last eight days.
Here's everything you need to know about the last-minute change and how the Broncos are dealing with it.
The NFL gave the Denver Broncos 24 more hours to see if Drew Lock can be healthy enough to play in Week 5 after the league moved their game against the New England Patriots from Sunday to Monday.
The Broncos are taking that extra time and running with it.
The sight of No. 3 slinging the ball around at practice was unquestionably a positive sign for his potential availability against the New England Patriots.
But Lock being able to throw a football without pain will only be part of the equation on whether or not the Broncos will have their starting quarterback return after suffering a badly bruised shoulder in Week 2.
Von Miller didn't celebrate the Broncos' season-changing win on Sunday. Instead, he had his sights set on what got Denver toa two-game win streak.
Although the Eagles’ backup quarterback is certainly a great story, don’t be fooled by the Nick Foles trap. Instead, look to the history of the game.
Vance Joseph has watched a lot of football in his 45 years. Sunday was the worst special teams performance he has ever witnessed.
In the first game of the season, the Broncos thrived when they were aggressive and struggled when they weren’t.
The Broncos hope they found gold in newest running back Stevan Ridley. The small-town running back believes his bounce back in the NFL is simple.
On Sunday in the Denver Broncos 16-3 loss to the New England Patriots there was a distinct difference in the play, and mindset, of the offense and defense.
With no more Peyton Manning against Tom Brady matchups the Denver Broncos and New England Patriots have to settle for the next best thing: Brady against the No Fly Zone.
The New England Patriots have been the most successful NFL franchise since Bill Belichick took over in 2000, however, not against the Denver Broncos. Denver is the only team to have a winning record against the Patriots in that time.
After being nothing more than a backup on the New England Patriots earlier this year, tight end A.J. Derby has an opportunity to help the Denver Broncos beat his former team. To say he’s ready is an understatement, especially after the way last week’s game ended.