Jurrell Casey hasn’t missed a Pro Bowl in the past five seasons. That shouldn’t change in 2020, especially since he’ll be set up for success now more than ever.
The guys discuss Vic Fangio and Kareem Jackson's comments, give their Draft Kings Sportsbook picks of the week, answer listener questions and much more.
In speaking about whether racism exists in the NFL, Broncos coach Vic Fangio spoke to his reality as an NFL coach. But it doesn't reflect the reality that can exist around the NFL at large.
To prevent future minority generations from having to look over their shoulder out in public, the Broncos plan to step out into the public to do what they can to end racial injustice.
The guys discuss how committed teams are to their quarterbacks and how it impacts the Broncos, answer listener questions and much more.
The guys discuss how good Drew Lock needs to be in 2020 for the Broncos to roll with him moving forward, answer listener questions and much more.
The guys discuss what's next for Matt Russell's promotion impacts John Elway, answer listener questions and much more.
The guys breakdown the value of certain Broncos compared to others, answer listener questions and much more.
The Broncos only gave up a fourth-round pick for A.J. Bouye. But don’t be fooled by the trade. Despite only having to give up a fourth-round pick, Denver has sky-high expectations for their new cornerback.
The guys discuss what the NFL could learn from the NHL's plan to play in 2020, answer listener questions and much more.
Jerry Rice is the GOAT of wide receivers, but by the time he got to Denver, he could barely get past "Go."
The guys discuss how Drew Lock, Melvin Gordon and Courtland Sutton stack up to the rest of the NFL, answer listener questions and much more.
Ryan Koenigsberg breaks down what you need to know about betting “the spread” Presented by: Draft Kings Sports Book https://youtu.be/q4akK4r24Gk
The guys discuss who would be in Denver's Mount Rushmore at quarterback and running back, answer listener questions and much more.
Hours after the legal tampering window opened, the Broncos locked up guard Graham Glasgow. The 6-foot-6 interior offensive lineman signed a lucrative four-year, $44 million contract, making him the NFL's eighth-highest paid guard and the 10th-highest-paid interior offensive lineman. Here’s what Denver can expect from their new high-priced offensive lineman in 2020.
The guys discuss why the Broncos' offense is a better fit for Melvin Gordon than the Chargers' offense, answer listener questions and much more.
Just one of the Broncos' final four opponents in 2020 had a winning record last year. But past failure is not a guarantee of future frustration.