He's playing the best football of his career right now. His ESPN QBR of 76.9 last year was the best of his career, which followed a 68.3 QBR in 2019 that now stands as the second-highest.
In an NFL where the quarterback market lacks a middle class, there are two options for teams who are on search for their next signal caller: Expensive and dirt cheap—in NFL terms—and you get what you pay for.
Kirk Cousins is on everyone’s mind, but if the Broncos can’t land the top quarterback on the market, Denver’s options will be limited outside of a few other signal callers.
The Broncos face their first road test of the season in an early matchup with the Buffalo Bills. Here’s what the game will come down to.
Young arms are perennial hot NFL Draft commodities, and this year is no exception with nine or so teams expecting to be vying for the top quarterback prospects in the first two rounds.
In the unenviable position the salary-cap strapped defending champs find themselves in, they need another veteran player at the league's most expensive -- and overpaid -- position.
Denver quarterbacks turned the ball over a league-most 26 times during the 2015 regular season. Reducing that number will be job No. 1 for whoever lines up under center for the Orange & Blue next season.
The NFL's new league year certainly hasn't gotten off to the best of starts for the defending champs. Here's some thoughts on what's went down so far, including the perfect storm that's hampering the Broncos, the decidedly QB-favored market and which team has emerged as the favorite to oppose the Orange & Blue in the 2016 regular-season opener.
Dennis Best looks at the possibility of the Broncos adding Ryan Fitzpatrick to be the next Broncos starting quarterback.