On the latest edition of the DNVR Broncos Podcast, Zac Stevens, Ryan Koenigsberg and Henry Chisholm are coming to you after the Broncos-Bills preseason game. The guys discuss if there is anything to take away from the Bills destroying the Broncos, break down the few players that stood out during the game, talk about whose stock is rising, who stock…...
The guys discuss the dominant 17-7 win, their biggest takeaways from the game, break down the players that stood out, the players that struggled and much more.
With a decision on the Broncos' starting QB looming, although Vic Fangio did mention that both Teddy Bridgewater and Drew Lock have played well, it's hard to ignore the head coach's heaping praise for one QB after Saturday night's win.
Teddy Bridgewater, not Drew Lock, had the highest highs and the lowest lows during Wednesday’s practice.
With the QB competition potentially coming to an end soon, did the rollercoaster day help or hurt Teddy’s quest to becoming the starter?
Hopefully you had a few cold ones during the game to make it more enjoyable than it was. Here are our takeaways from Denver’s fourth preseason game.
With roughly 20 percent of the roster up for grabs entering the final stretch, here's how the bubble players stack up at each position.
The Broncos’ fourth preseason game on Saturday night against the Los Angeles Rams will look like, well, a fourth preseason game.
The injury bug has stung the Broncos less than three weeks until the start of the regular season. Here's where it all stands and how they plan on dealing with it.
The heat wasn't too hot for the San Francisco 49ers as they took down Denver 24-15 in the Broncos' third preseason game. The score, however, isn't what matters in the preseason. Here's who's trending up and who's trending down with two weeks left until cut day.
Vic Fangio let the tides settle in Thursday’s practice by taking the pads off and having a shorter practice before the waves will start crashing on Friday with the 49ers.
Joe Flacco, Ja’Wuan James and Kareem Jackson all made their debut in Orange & Blue. But it wasn’t the top-dollar acquisitions that flashed in the Seattle sky, nor was it their fault the team fell 14 to 22 to the Seahawks.
While there were plenty of positives that came with the team’s victory, there were also numerous areas of improvement, as Fangio himself admitted after the game.
While most of Denver’s starters were held out of the game, there was plenty to be learned from the team’s extra preseason game. And there were plenty of positives.
The next time the Broncos step on the field, they’ll be playing meaningful football against the Seattle Seahawks. Thursday night's game went a long way in determining how that team will look.