The guys discuss Denver’s heartbreaking loss, break down who is most to blame for the Broncos’ awful offense, talk about how Ejiro Evero’s defense fell apart at the end of the game, answer listener questions and much more.
The guys discuss the keys for the Broncos to beat the Ravens on Sunday, give their final picks for the game, break down the other AFC West games, answer listener questions and much more.
In the first there weeks of the season, the Broncos' offense and defense were off to incredible starts.
Then more difficult competition hit and knocked both units near the bottom of the entire NFL.
Denver's fall has been drastic in nearly every single statistical category.
So who are the real Broncos?
Despite sitting on top of the AFC—albeit with six other teams—at 3-1, Sunday's game against the Pittsburgh Steelers is as crucial of a game as any team will find just five weeks into the season.
It means “everything” for the Denver Broncos.
Finally, there's good news along they injury front for the Denver Broncos.
After missing nearly 10 starters at one point during Sunday's 23-7 loss to the Ravens, the Broncos are on the mend.
Up 23-7, John Harbaugh and the Ravens wanted to make history. Baltimore ran the ball instead of taking a knee to end the game.
On Monday, Vic Fangio made it very clear he was not happy about that decision. And he wasn't surprised by it either.
After the Broncos' disappointing loss to the Ravens, there was a sign of hope that Teddy Bridgewater will be back sooner rather than later.
Von Miller, for one, says he plans to attack. "I mean, what am I going to do? Just sit on the line of scrimmage and just wait around?" he said.
A day after suffering their first loss of the 2018 season, head coach Vance Joseph was candid about his team.
There isn't a single word to describe how bad the Broncos were in the penalty department on Sunday against the Ravens.