The Denver Broncos have a trade in place for former Super Bowl MVP Joe Flacco, making him the first big move of the Vic Fangio era. Flacco’s stats dipped in 2017 but picked back up in 2018 before suffering a hip injury and opening the door for Lamar Jackson to take over as the Baltimore Ravens’ quarterback. The Ravens never…...
The Denver Broncos have picked Rich Scangarello as their new offensive coordinator to fix an offense that’s been ailing the franchise since before Super Bowl 50. We went back to Scangarello’s last stop as a play caller at Wagner College and broke down the San Francisco 49ers tape to see what makes him such an appealing play caller with a mix of pro and college concepts.
With the hire of their 17th head coach in franchise history, the Denver Broncos have decided to turn the page and go against the grain with veteran defensive coordinator Vic Fangio as their new leader. We take a look at how the Chicago Bears’ former defensive coordinator will impact the Broncos roster and offseason plans on both sides of the ball.
We break down tape of the Denver Broncos three coaching candidates with experience coaching on the defensive side, analyzing Brian Flores, Vic Fangio, and Chuck Pagano's defenses and how they'd fit in Denver.
We break down film on Zac Taylor and Mike Munchak's offensive schemes and what they would mean for the Denver Broncos if hired as their next head coach for the 2019 season.
The Denver Broncos have made significant strides with their pass rush in 2018, improving from the 22nd ranked unit in the league in 2017, to the sixth-best ‘D’ in the NFL. We went back to the tape to re-watch all 43 sacks the Broncos have generated this year, while keeping an eye towards the future and how Denver can build off their significant talent on the defensive front.
We’ve talked about scheme a lot this season, analyzing the Denver Broncos play calling last week and coming to the conclusion that it’s become stale and vanilla. The Broncos latest defeat against the Cleveland Browns showed how part of the problem is that Denver’s staff has had to simplify things. Even when Bill Musgrave got creative and put left tackle Garett Bolles out…...
We went back to the tape to give you the real reasons why Vance Joseph and the Denver Broncos coaching staff should be retained or let go from a schematic and game management standpoint.
The Denver Broncos will fight an uphill battle without their best cornerback Chirs Harris Jr. and wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders. We went back to the film to see what they can do more of to counter that and break down film of newcomers Andre Holmes and Jamar Taylor.
In a three-game stretch of playing turnover-free football, quarterback Case Keenum's played a big part in the Denver Broncos two-game winning streak. We break down the tape to see how Keenum's improved and picked up his game.
We dig into the film to evaluate the Denver Broncos options at cornerback in a rough season for Denver's secondary that needs to find answers and step up after Adam Jones' departure.
Missing out on the pro bowl for the first time since 2013, you might've thought Denver Broncos star cornerback Chris Harris Jr. had fallen off. The tape tells a different story as he's been as good as ever in 2018.
With Jeff Heuerman having a breakout game in Week 9 against the Houston Texans, we went back to the tape to figure out what his role is on the Denver Broncos going forward in a contract year, as the Orange and Blue try to find answers at tight end.
With Demaryius Thomas now gone to the Houston Texans, the Denver Broncos are handing the keys to their receiving corps to three young wideouts, Courtland Sutton, Tim Patrick, and DaeSean Hamilton. We went back to the tape to see what the trio brings.
As the Denver Broncos offense has faced an increased number of eight and even nine defenders in the box they must adjust. We went back to the tape to see what's limiting the run game and how the Broncos can counter it.
We went back to the tape to see how Denver Broncos star rookie, Bradley Chubb broke out in a big game against the Los Angels Rams, breaking down all the sacks, and analyzing the areas of his game that still need improving.
Case Keenum was signed for his ability in three specific areas where he excelled with the Minnesota Vikings in 2017; in the red zone, under pressure, and on third down. So far with the Denver Broncos that production hasn't been there, we figure out why.
With the Denver Broncos playing the best game of any defensive opponent the Kansas City Chiefs offense has faced in 2018, we went back to the coaches tape to see what worked and where they fell short in a tough 27-23 loss.