A big part of the Denver Broncos Thursday night win against the Carolina Panthers was the home teams ability to run the ball. As always we went deep to see what worked for Denver in the season opener.
As we wait for more data to come in and more games to be played to have reliable metrics to beat the spread, we also like to have fun and watch the lines, not just for the NFL but college football as well. Here're the lines we like for Week 2 of the college season.
In a true nail biter, the Denver Broncos picked up where they left off from, winning with an inspired fourth quarter, 21-20. The Carolina Panthers couldn't find a way to beat the Broncos despite seeming to be in the driver seat most of the game.
We take a look into the Vegas expected win totals and see which NFL teams should finish under or over that mark. Looking to bet on these totals before the season starts? This one is for you!
With all the talk about the Denver Broncos quarterback, Trevor Siemian, the Carolina Panthers also have lots of inexperience opposite him at the corner spots. This matchup could be one of the keys for the Broncos offense on Thursday.
The expected wins model based off of Bill James' Pythagorean expectation formula is one of the most reliable statistics in projecting regression and progression candidates. As we prepare for the NFL season we crunched the numbers, here's what we found...
In game two of a three-game road trip the Colorado Rapids have lost back-to-back matches for the first time this season. Losing 2-0 to the New England Revolution, the Supporter's Shield race has become much more complex.
After our game preview, here are BSN Rapids’ projected starting XI for each team leading up to Saturday's must win away game in which the Colorado Rapids will face off with the New England Revolution.
We go in depth, looking at the film of the Denver Broncos quarterback Paxton Lynch on Saturday night and bringing you our takeaways.
As we do every week, it's time to preview the Colorado Rapids upcoming game against the New England Revolution this weekend. As always we cover the key matchups of the game and storylines going in.
As speculation of Emmanuel Sanders' contract extension has resurfaced with the Denver Broncos, the star receiver is focused on week 1 of the regular season against the Carolina Panthers.
Even without winning the Denver Broncos starting quarterback job, rookie Paxton Lynch has slowly climbed his way up the depth chart. In the process he's wowed with some impressive tools. Now, Lynch will be getting more opportunities starting with Thursday night against the Arizona Cardinals.
Jordan Taylor has gone from undrafted, scout team player, to a fan favorite for the Denver Broncos. The receiver known as 'Sunshine' has made some impressive strides in his second offseason and looks to contribute for the Broncos WR group this season.
With the starter now decided, the Denver Broncos must turn their attention towards the next step - what to do with veteran Mark Sanchez?
Our player grades are up for the tough away loss at Rio Tinto Stadium between the Colorado Rapids and Real Salt Lake over the weekend.
Trevor Siemian has impressed his head coach, Gary Kubiak, every step of the way. His one blemish has been a few too many interceptions, but the coach wants his new starter to say aggressive and believes in his decision making.
Though he wouldn't concede that they were quite ready yet, Denver Broncos star Von Miller was encouraged by his play and that of his more unheralded teammates in the pass rush.
We go in depth, looking at the film of the Denver Broncos' quarterbacks on Saturday night and bringing you our takeaways.
In a game aimed to replicate regular season football, the Denver Broncos won ugly against the LA Rams, much like they did all of 2015 on their way to a super bowl. While the quarterbacks still didn't convince the defense looks ready to go.