On Monday, Vic Fangio compared Patrick Mahomes to John Elway. Yet, on Tuesday, Von Miller said they need to shut down another part of the Chiefs' offense in order to have a chance on Thursday.
The end of one of the greatest current, and most successful, eras in Denver Broncos history could quickly be coming to an end.
The Broncos had a tougher opponent than the now 7-1 Chiefs on a balmy Sunday afternoon in Kansas City.
Andy Reid has an excellent eye for evaluating talent at the quarterback position. On Wednesday, he identified another who just happens to be on the Broncos.
Even before Monday night’s game, it was clear Denver’s Week 5 matchup against the New York Jets, not Week 4 against the Chiefs, was the turning-point game of the first half of their season.
The Broncos run game vanished in the fourth quarter against the Chiefs. On Tuesday, Vance Joseph laid out a plan as to why that won't happen moving forward.
The Broncos winning formula was on full display on Monday night. In crunch time, it was for the wrong reasons.
The Chiefs’ offense is a nightmare to face, but Denver’s biggest test might just be on the offensive side of the ball.
When it comes to the Chiefs’ defense, there’s a strong argument to be made that they're much better than they initially appear.
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Vance Joseph will be back as the Denver Broncos’ head coach for the 2018 season, as announced by John Elway on Monday morning. “Vance and I had a great talk this morning about our plan to attack this offseason and get better as a team,” Elway said on Twitter. “We believe in Vance as our head coach.…...
In one play on Sunday, De’Angelo Henderson made John Elway look like a genius and Vance Joseph look the opposite.
As he sits on the hottest of hot seats following a dreadful loss to end the season, Vance Joseph stated his case for why he should be the man leading the team moving forward.
The players played better, but it was the coaches who had their best game of the season to snap the Broncos out of their eight-game losing streak.
Poor special teams play doomed the Denver Broncos in their 41-16 loss to the New England Patriots Sunday night in Denver. The Broncos’ defense forced Tom Brady’s offense into a quick three-and-out on the first possession of the game and, for a split second, it seemed Denver may have found the light at the end of the tunnel, after losing…...