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.
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.
Andrew Mason breaks down the potential suitors for Emmanuel Sanders. Who can the Broncos deal with, and what return can they get for him?
Welcome, welcome, and happy Thanksgiving folks. With Week 12 of the NFL season here and three games out the way already from the Thursday slate, we have a unique week of Sunday games with no teams on bye week either. A week ago we went 2-2 with our picks – taking us to 16-2-18 on the season against the spread…...
The Broncos face their first road test of the season in an early matchup with the Buffalo Bills. Here’s what the game will come down to.
Welcome back for another set of picks in the turbulent NFL as we try to figure things out after only two weeks when it’s still hard to know anything. Last week in our first go at it, while we wait for our YPP metric to be reliable, we went 2-and-2. More precisely we went 2-and-0 with our EW picks and…...
Week 1 of the NFL is always tricky but Week 2 is where the fun truly begins as the public overreacts to the first week of games. We give you our predicted spreads for the week and our picks.
It isn’t likely that Carolina Panthers’ defensive tackle Kawann Short will hit free agency. However, if he does, would it make sense for the Denver Broncos to go after him?
In his third go-around hiring a head coach, Denver Broncos’ General Manager John Elway is taking a much different approach than he has in the previous two times.
Here are some of the more significant stats and notable numbers from the Broncos' 20-10 win Sunday, including impressive figures from Bradley Roby, Chris Harris Jr. and the rest of the Denver D.
The Denver Broncos (8-4) continue to win on the back of their defense. On Sunday in the 20-10 victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars (2-10) the Broncos found a way to win despite an abysmal offensive performance.
On Sunday, against the New Orleans Saints, the Denver Broncos did nearly everything the complete opposite of what they had done in the first half of the season, and still found a way to win.
The Denver Broncos fell to the Oakland Raiders 30-20 on Sunday night in large part to the poor play in the running game on both sides of the ball.
The Denver Broncos took a different approach to the running game on Monday night in the 27 to 9 victory over the Houston Texans, and it payed off. Devontae Booker, C.J. Anderson and the entire offensive line never gave up on the run, and that proved to be the difference from weeks past.
Utilizing a game-plan that featured isolating speedy running backs on linebackers in the passing game, the Falcons out-schemed the Broncos in winning fashion Sunday afternoon.
The undefeated Orange & Blue host the 3-1 Falcons on Sunday, and all eyes will be on the Broncos' QB situation and the marquee matchup of Week 5 pitting Atlanta's high-flying offense against the No-Fly Zone.
With two weeks in the books, we hope to gain some clarity with our numbers and NFL lines. Here're our picks for Week 3 based on our Vegas win total metric.
From Von Miller's dominant current run to the Denver Broncos' surprising penalty-yards advantage to the offense's struggles finding the end zone, here are the stats and numbers you need to know from the Orange & Blue's fourth consecutive 2-0 start.
The Denver Broncos have some injuries at wide receiver but the players down the depth chart are prepared and confident to take over if necessary