The 49ers had one threat on the offensive side of the ball. And he had a record-setting day against the Broncos.
Can the Broncos stay focused on their quest at a miraculous comeback? Or will they fall flat in the Bay?
Domata Peko couldn’t be happier to be a Denver Bronco. But the truth is, less than two years ago, when he was a Bengal through-and-through, he never wanted to leave Cincinnati.
Before Vance Joseph and Co. can truly set their sights on the playoffs they need to conquer one more enemy.
It isn’t pretty. At times, it isn’t fun. And it certainly isn’t easy on the heart. But the Denver Broncos have a new winning formula.
Riding a mile high after their 24-17 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday, the Broncos were brought back down to earth as they were hit hard with bad news on the injury front Monday.
Shelby Harris’ 2018 Thanksgiving weekend has been a script straight out of Hollywood — one Rudy could only dream of.
Von Miller didn't celebrate the Broncos' season-changing win on Sunday. Instead, he had his sights set on what got Denver toa two-game win streak.
As he prepares to face the Broncos on Sunday, Ben Roethlisberger had eye-popping comments about the 4-6 football team.
Despite a 3-6 start to the season, calls for his job and the season on the brink of collapsing, the head coach kept his sights set on one goal.
The group that had become easy to point fingers at all season long became the unsung heroes on Sunday.
Coming off their Week 10 bye, the Broncos are again faced with the hottest team in the AFC. This time, however, it’s the red-hot Los Angeles Chargers.
While the Broncos are playing the Los Angeles Chargers on Sunday, Joseph’s taking a page from another division rival for the remainder of the season: Just win, baby.
Entering Sunday, hope was eternal in the Mile High City. After 60 minutes of play, hope was no where to be found.
Denver’s not only lost five of their last six games, but they’ve also lost their team captain, Iron Man and only reliable offensive lineman “for a while,” if not for the rest of the season.
In the past, there have been times where you could tie Vance Joseph to the reason the Broncos lost, whether it was penalties and discipline or something else, but Sunday was the first time in which the loss was squarely his fault, and that makes it the most damning loss yet.