The Broncos-Chargers rivalry lost some pizazz earlier this offseason when Philip Rivers, the man everyone loves to hate, left town. But Gordon’s words and actions, along with Chris Harris Jr. fleeing to Los Angeles, just lit the spark for another chapter of the rivalry to begin.
The good news is Von’s feeling better each and every day. The bad news is with 72 hours until game time, there appears to still be a significant amount of doubt in Von’s mind for whether he’ll be ready to play on Sunday. The ugly news is there’s no sign Sunday will be the last time this impacts whether or not he plays.
Drew wasn’t just relaying plays in the huddle—he was literally calling his own plays in the huddle. And it paid off in spades. Or, more accurately, touchdowns.
Lock's debut ended in a victory, but the Broncos need to remove the shackles to find out what they truly have in their rookie QB.
Drew Lock wasn’t named the Broncos’ starting quarterback on Monday. But with Vic leaving the door open, that spoke volumes to what’s to come. Fangio will next address the media on Wednesday before the team has its first practice of the week.
Sitting at 0-4, Fangio had seen enough—it was time to make changes. And the changes paid off in spades.
Allie Monroy and Ryan Koenigsberg break down the Denver Broncos upcoming matchup against the Los Angeles Chargers, as well as what they will do without outside linebacker Bradley Chubb, and more! https://youtu.be/Yd6y1fAkla4
To send questions, leave them in the comments section below or tweet them to me @MaseDenver with the #AskMase! https://twitter.com/74broncos/status/1179673241205522432?s=20 First, a reset: In the wake of the Joe Flacco restructure, the Broncos have $18,691,992 of salary-cap space, per the NFLPA’s daily cap report. Thus, the Broncos have the space to re-sign a player and charge a at least portion…...
The 1992 San Diego Chargers are the only team in NFL history to start 0-4 and make the playoffs. Can the Broncos make a remarkable turnaround starting against the Chargers?
Despite a 3-6 start to the season, calls for his job and the season on the brink of collapsing, the head coach kept his sights set on one goal.
The group that had become easy to point fingers at all season long became the unsung heroes on Sunday.
Coming off their Week 10 bye, the Broncos are again faced with the hottest team in the AFC. This time, however, it’s the red-hot Los Angeles Chargers.
The similarities between the Los Angeles Chargers and the Denver Broncos are absolutely striking. Except for one area.
Riding a two game losing streak and with something “not clicking with our players as far as doing things right,” Vance Joseph is changing things up at Dove Valley.
The Broncos win when they run more than they pass. Against the Giants, they threw more. Against the Chargers, expect the opposite.