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 guys discuss Trevor Siemian's trade value, the potential of Tyrod Taylor and Lamar Jackson in Denver and much, much more.
For countless reasons, the Broncos made the right move, and found the right guy, to lead their offense moving forward.
All of the Broncos attention will be fixed to one player on Sunday. He won’t be wearing Orange & Blue.
After Brock Osweiler’s incredible performance against the Colts, he’s got to be the guy moving forward, right? Not so fast.
Watching the game live, Brock Osweiler was incredibly impressive. Taking a step back after the game, he was even more impressive than initially believed.
The Denver Broncos’ offense clicked under Brock Osweiler’s command during their 25-13 win over the Colts in Indianapolis Thursday night. Midway through the third quarter, the Broncos’ faced a fourth-and-one near midfield. Denver’s offense, led by Osweiler, stayed on the field. Demaryius Thomas ran a slant route and was pulled down by his defender. Osweiler threw the ball over their…...
Week 15 will go a long way in determining where the Broncos draft in April, starting on Thursday night.
The Denver Broncos finally got back to winning and looked like their old selves in a 23-0 throbbing of the New York Jets. Especially defensively the Broncos found some big performances from some of their biggest stars.
Game balls were given to Demaryius Thomas and the Broncos’ defense. But it was a third player that Trevor Siemian named MVP.
Although tight end Virgil Green only saw one target in the 35-9 blowout loss to the Miami Dolphins, he made it count.
The Denver Broncos had maybe their worst loss of the season against the Miami Dolphins 35-9 and while there were some positive standout performances the game also had a lot of poor outings by the Orange and Blue.
No player, not even the head coach, was alive the last time the Broncos were in the situation they are currently in. And that creates bigger questions than ever.
After quarterback Paxton Lynch reinjured his ankle on a non-contact play, Trevor Siemian entered The Black Hole and shined some light into the Broncos’ offense.