On the Thursday edition of the BSN Broncos Podcast, Ryan Koenigsberg, Brandon Krisztal AND Zac Stevens are breaking down all of the latest news coming out of Broncos Country as the team heads into their summer break.

The guys talk quarterbacks, injuries and much much more in an extended version of the podcast.

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Ryan Koenigsberg

In 2012, at the age of 20, Ryan became a credentialed reporter covering University of Colorado Athletics. . . despite wearing a wolf-tee to his interview. A native of Boulder and a graduate of the university, he attended his 100th-consecutive Colorado Football home game in 2015. Later in 2015, Ryan began spearheading the Broncos coverage here at BSN Denver, riding that wave all the way to San Francisco, where he covered his first Super Bowl. Now 24, it seems 'RK' is trying to make up for that whole wolf-tee thing by overdressing at every event. He apologizes in advance for any cringe-worthy puns.

  • Shawn Over

    Love your podcast guys!
    And I like our QB options. As far as which type of QB play fits best with this team, I think the Broncos will benefit from the Offense that stays on the field longest. The defense is great and I have full confidence in them against the best offenses out there; imagine how great their play will be when they are rested for once.
    would love to hear your responses!

    • Ryan Koenigsberg

      Thanks for the love!
      I think you are certainly right on how the defense could benefit… Maybe more important to that than the QBs is the running game, with Leary and Watson both over on the right side now, they should definitely be able to generate some success running that way.

      • Shawn Over

        You’re right about the RBs and I am a lot more hopeful about the running game this year with those two additions; however, having a QB who doesn’t turn the ball over and is able to move the chains via short passes (when that’s all a pass defense gives up) is what makes any offense harder to predict. Either way, the most promising change for the offense is McCoy, in my opinion.