Ryan Stonehouse put the league on notice this season. The undrafted punter out of Colorado State not only went into Nashville and beat out one of the NFL’s most respected specialists for the starting job, he made the Tennessee Titans look smart for choosing the rookie by shattering Sammy Baugh’s 82 year-old record for gross punting average in a season.…
Justin Michael is joined by Titans rookie punter Ryan Stonehouse. Throughout the interview the two discuss what it was like to be an undrafted free agent going up against an established successful specialist in training camp, how doubters continue to fuel Stonehouse’s fire, what it meant to him to become a part of the league’s history & so much more!…
Instead of passing play calling duties to Justin Outten, Nathaniel Hackett decided to jump over his OC and turn over the duties to QBs coach Klint Kubiak.
There were two reasons why.
The guys discuss the Broncos' 17-10 loss in Tennessee, break down who is most to blame for the loss, talk about if Nathaniel Hackett's tenure in Denver is all but over, answer listener questions and much more.
The guys discuss if Russell Wilson's wristband can actually help Denver turn their season around, give their final predictions for the Broncos-Titans game, break down the rest of the games in the AFC West, answer listener questions and much more.
Justin’s first podcast on Tuesday starts with takeaways from a wild Week 0 slate, including his thoughts on Hawaii’s blowout loss, Scott Frost’s lack of game management, and underwhelming performances from Wyoming and Utah State. Justin then dives into the former CSU Football players and how the Next Level Rams fared on cut day. DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE! iTunes Link | Stitcher…
Take a dive into the Broncos’ 2022 schedule with notes, nuggets and facts about a slate that starts off with two of the most winnable games … but ends with a daunting six-week stretch that includes the Ravens, Rams, Chargers and both Chiefs games.
There's no question Noah Fant's future is bright. In fact, his present is bright. He's proven over the first two games, if he's given the opportunity, he'll produce with the best tight ends in the league.
Barely 12 hours after defending his decision to not take a timeout, Broncos coach Vic Fangio walked it back.
Coulda, woulda, shoulda. The COVID-19 pandemic took nearly all of the fans out of Empower Field at Mile High, but one thing that didn’t change was the Broncos’ recent pattern of self-inflicted wounds in close games.
The end of Monday night's Denver Broncos game was defined by two twos.
The Broncos fell to the Tennessee Titans by two points, 16-14. And Vic Fangio left the field with two timeouts, despite the game coming down to the final seconds.
If you think you know the Titans from their game against the Broncos last year ... you don't. And if you think the Titans are that team that seemed perpetually poised to go 9-7 ... they aren't, even though they finished with that record for the fourth consecutive season last year
Jurrell Casey hasn’t missed a Pro Bowl in the past five seasons. That shouldn’t change in 2020, especially since he’ll be set up for success now more than ever.
There’s more to life than sports for Casey. But when Jurrell’s on the field, opposing quarterbacks wish football wasn’t a part of his life at all.
DENVER — This is the Vic Fangio defense the Broncos expected. Coverages that confound a quarterback. Stout play from the defensive line and inside linebackers against the run. Defensive backs attacking off the edge to further discombobulate the opposing offense. A powerful interior pass rush to take advantage of the chips and double-teams thrown at Von Miller. All that allowed…...