A day after Paxton Lynch’s second career start head coach Gary Kubiak put his utmost confidence in the rookie quarterback’s future.
Oh what a week can do. As is currently stands the Denver Broncos are on the outside looking in at the AFC playoff picture after the heartbreaking loss to the Kansas City Chiefs. Now Denver has just one goal: make the playoffs.
It's another week of NFL bets for you and we have you covered with all our suggested spreads, numbers, and picks for the Week 11 games.
After a much needed bye week, the Denver Broncos will enter playoff mode for the final six games of the season. They could realistically be the No. 1 seed in the AFC, or miss the playoffs all together.
From the season-opening Super Bowl rematch against the Panthers to the Week 17 home date with the Raiders, here's what you need to know about the Orange & Blue's 2016 itinerary.
Form his impressive postseason rushing numbers to his ties with current Broncos players to his not-exactly-trending-in-the-right-direction passing stats, the likely soon-to-be Denver QB owns an intriguing résumé.
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.
On the Denver Broncos' list of 10 ways they can lose Super Bowl 50, turning the ball over against by far the league's most opportunistic defense occupies Nos. 1-9 on that compilation.
Running down the significant stats and notable numbers following the Broncos’ 20-18 win over the New England Patriots in the AFC Championship Game on Sunday.
The playoffs are upon us, and while we here in Broncos Country have our now-customary two weeks to prepare for the Orange & Blue’s first post-season tilt, it’s an opportune time to look back at some of the more surprising stats and notable numbers from the regular season. Here are five figures and facts to digest: – Despite the…...
Five weeks remaining in the regular season and only one game separating the New England Patriots, Cincinnati Bengals and your Denver Broncos – the top three teams in the American Football Conference. Who will emerge with the No. 1 seed? Which team will be forced to play an extra game in the wild-card round? Soon it will be Christmas…...