So how is Broncos Country going to survive the next six months without live Orange & Blue football? Here are some key dates to circle that will help pull you through.
A challenging and intriguing next few months lie ahead for the defending Super Bowl champs, but whatever transpires, John Elway and the rest of the Broncos' organization have proven time and again of late that they can be fully trusted to make the right moves.
Another round of NFL free agency -- and an especially crucial one for the Broncos -- is right around the corner. So where to begin? Let's start by clearing up some common misconceptions.
Super Bowl 50 scarcely had concluded before thoughts turned toward the weighty decisions awaiting the Denver Broncos in free agency. So welcome to an offseason of uncertainty and angst.
The contributions of Super Bowl MVP Von Miller and team leaders DeMarcus Ware and Peyton Manning were obvious. But when a team wins a Super Bowl, there's plenty of credit to go around, and it's time to shine the spotlight on some of the possibly-overlooked role players in the Orange & Blue's run to the top.
The Denver Broncos' defense brought the heat and delivered the goods -- namely the franchise's third Lombardi Trophy -- during their march to the Super Bowl 50 stage. Here are some of the more significant stats and notable numbers from the remarkable run to the top.
Avoiding turnovers, putting together a sustained offensive effort, holding up along the offensive line, winning early downs on defense, and limiting Panthers' tight end Greg Olsen top the Orange & Blue's Super Sunday to-do list.
With only two days remaining before Super Bowl 50, let’s prep for the Big Game by playing a little game of our own. Fill in the blank: The 2015 Denver Broncos have been a nice little story, winning 11 of their 14 close games and playing some strong defense, but they simply don’t _____________ well enough to have a…...
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.
Super Bowl 50 props have dropped, and scrolling through the massive list put out Thursday night by the Westgate Las Vegas Superbook, here are some random but calculated mainly-Broncos-centered thoughts on 16 of the more interesting wagers that can be placed outside of the game's side and total.
If Super Bowl 50 develops into a tight game, it'll be advantage, Broncos. Why? Look no further than Denver's single-season Super Bowl Era-record 11 wins in games decided by a touchdown or less this year.
For the sixth time this season, and for the fifth time in their last 13 contests, the Orange & Blue are point-spread underdogs – this time as a 4- to 5.5-point pick to lose Super Bowl 50 against the NFC-champion Carolina Panthers.
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 formula for toppling a dynasty such as the New England Patriots is simple -- disrupting Tom Brady's timing, running the ball and winning the turnover battle -- but decidedly difficult to execute. Yet, those are the keys for the Denver Broncos to win Sunday and advance to Super Bowl 50.
The Denver Broncos have the AFC’s No. 1 seed, the home-field advantage, a regular-season season win over the New England Patriots and the league’s No. 1 defense in a number of categories. But the Orange & Blue don’t have the backing of oddsmakers or certainly the overwhelming majority of the national prognosticators heading into Sunday afternoon’s AFC Championship Game.
Whether we’re talking defending the New England Patriots’ multiple weapons or the Denver Broncos making the most of their opportunities once they get there, red-zone efficiency is sure to play a key role in Sunday’s AFC Championship Game.
It will be the rarest of rarities Sunday afternoon as the Denver Broncos will be a home playoff underdog for only the second time in the 22 post-season games they’ve hosted in the Mile High City. It also will be only the ninth time a road team is favored in the NFL’s conference championship game round during the last 30 years as Tom Brady and the defending Super Bowl-champion Patriots have opened this week as slight favorites in Sunday’s title tilt.
Running down the significant stats and notable numbers following the Broncos’ divisional-round win Sunday: 0 – Interceptions for Peyton Manning on Sunday, making the first time since last season’s divisional-round loss to the Colts (10 starts) that he didn’t toss a pick. Manning had thrown 17 games in nine starts during the regular season to trail only the Jaguars’…...
Who: Denver Broncos (12-4) vs. Pittsburgh Steelers (11-6) What: AFC Divisional-Round Playoff When: 2:40 p.m. MST, Sunday, Jan. 17 Where: Sports Authority Field at Mile High TV: CBS Announcers: Jim Nantz, Phil Simms Radio: KOA (850 AM), The Fox (103.5 FM) Odds: Broncos -7.5; O/U 40 Notable: The Broncos own a 14-8-1 all-time series edge against the Steelers, including…...
The divisional round of the playoffs – i.e. the best weekend on the NFL calendar – is upon us. Two days. Four games. Multitudes of storylines and drama. And, hey, double all the above if your favorite team is among the Elite Eight. We here in Broncos Country are fortunate enough to be divisional weekend veterans, with the Orange…...