The importance of what the Broncos are doing this week can’t be underestimated, just ask Vance Joseph himself.
The first-quarter scoreboard, the turnover battle and the special-teams matchup are only some of the some of the facets of Sunday's showdown to keep an eye on.
En route to hoisting the Lombardi Trophy, the 2015 Broncos won a record 11 games by seven points or fewer, but the law of NFL averages says that doesn't exactly portend great things for the 2016 Orange & Blue.
The Broncos and Broncos Country received some much-needed good news Saturday when it was announced that pass-rusher DeMarcus Ware has agreed to re-structure the final year of his contract to remain with the team.
The raw facts and figures, including DeMarcus Ware's advancing age and health concerns, say he's a prime candidate for an offseason pay cut. But what value can be assigned to D-Ware's inspirational team leadership and motivational mentorship?
In the inaugural episode of the AK Podcast Adam Kinney gives his analysis of the AFC Championship game when the Denver Broncos defeated the New England Patriots 20-18 to advance to Super Bowl 50 to play the Carolina Panthers on February 7th.
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.
John Reidy provides a cautionary message for Broncos Country urging to appreciate what the Denver Broncos have done to reach the AFC Championship game against the New England Patriots.
Denver Broncos cornerback laughs off Elway's report of him being a game time decision. Talks about his health and likeliness to play in the AFC Championship game when the Broncos host the New England Patriots.
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.
Denver Broncos linebacker DeMarcus Ware talks about his message to teammates regarding the opportunity they have to reach the Super Bowl when they host the New England Patriots on Sunday.
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’…...
Demaryius Thomas gives his mother a gift via Peyton Manning after the Denver Broncos defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers 23-16 to move on to the AFC Championship game where they will host the New England Patriots
Peyton Manning talks about the challenge the wind was in the Broncos 23-16 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers in the Divisional round of the NFL Playoffs.
Big show on Wednesday! Kyle Montgomery from Mile High Report and Andrew Garda from Football Guys joined us. We discussed concussions and children in football, Marshawn Lynch’s media day, Rob Gronkowski reading “A Gronking to Remember” and of course the Super Bowl! Listen to all that and more right here! [soundcloud url=”https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/188348040″ params=”auto_play=false&hide_related=false&show_comments=true&show_user=true&show_reposts=false&visual=true” width=”100%” height=”450″ iframe=”true” /]...
Per Fox Sports’ Jay Glazer the NFL may be coming closer to getting to the bottom of the Patriots “Deflate-gate” scandal. After much ridicule and being questioned all last week by the media, Belichick, Brady, and the Patriots may have found their scapegoat they need to start focusing on the Super Bowl. It isn’t clear yet what repercussions the Patriots…...