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 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 discuss which Broncos deserve to make the Pro Bowl, who will make the Pro Bowl in 2022, answer listener questions and much more.
The next sack Bolles allows will be his first of the season. That alone should have earned him a Pro Bowl nod.
With Aqib Talib gone, Bradley Roby finally gets his opportunity. But the opportunity at hand is even bigger than just being a starter.
The Broncos have the option to move on from two of the longest-tenured players on the team. They have some time to make the tough decisions, though.
On Tuesday night, the Kansas City Chiefs could have greatly helped the Broncos land their quarterback of the future.
A belief in Vance Joseph wasn’t the only reason John Elway decided to bring back his head coach for a second season.
The Broncos have an embarrassment of riches at running back. Can they take advantage of desperate teams?
Last year opposing offenses avoided the “No Fly Zone” at all costs. This year, they’ll have to beat them to beat the Broncos.
John Elway dubbed Von Miller a “once-in-a-decade” talent. He was right, until Khalil Mack came around.
There’s Pro Bowl good, then there’s All-Pro good, then there’s the Dallas Cowboys’ offensive line good.
Although Mike McCoy has conducted a Tim Tebow-led-offense offense to the playoffs and kicked off the incredible Peyton Manning era in Denver, he will draw from his time in San Diego to create the Broncos’ offense.
18 months ago, Brock Osweiler signing a contract with the Broncos was meant to happen. It didn’t. Now, it wasn’t meant to happen. And it did.
Ward’s two Pro Bowl seasons in Denver helped propel the Broncos’ defense to one of the best in the league.
Von Miller, Darian Stewart and Justin Simmons are just a few of the Broncos’ players that refuse to believe T.J. Ward could be gone.
To say Broncos Country wouldn't be pleased with moving on from T.J. Ward would be an understatement. To say his teammates wouldn't be happy with the move would be an even bigger understatement.