"I don't think it's vitally important" to play Lock this year, Vic Fangio said. But he also explained why it was.
The guys discuss whether the Broncos should pursue Philip Rivers in the offseason, breakdown concerning news surrounding when Drew Lock could potentially make his first start, answer listener questions and much more.
The Lock clock continues to tick. On Monday, Fangio didn’t give hope of it coming to an end any time soon.
What, if anything, can Brandon Allen do to remain the Broncos' starting quarterback and fend off the highly-anticipated rookie?
The guys breakdown Sunday's game against the Vikings, discuss Drew Lock's encouraging progress, answer listener questions and much more.
Week 11 of the 2019 NFL season has been a memorable one for Drew. On Sunday, he turned 23. On Monday it was publicly announced he would be designated to return to practice. On Tuesday, he had his first practice since August. And on Thursday, well, a future Hall of Famer said he was a famous star in the making.
The question is, will the Broncos go the most direct route, or will they keep taking detours on the road to Lock getting his starting shot?
The plan for Drew Lock after his first practice on Tuesday has been a mystery. However, on Wednesday, those plans, at least for the short-term, became slightly more clear.
The guys discuss the implications of Drew Lock returning to practice, answer listener questions and much more.
Let's talk about Drew Lock ... and how to build off the positive momentum being built by Vic Fangio's defense ... and the origin of SEVENTY-FIVE!
Drew Lock will take a massive step in his return to the field on Tuesday. But it’s only one step in his long race back to the game field.
While the Broncos disperse across the globe on their bye week, it's time to take a look at the team beyond this season and explore just how much will continue to change in a year's time.
If Broncos players achieve these five statistical benchmarks the rest of the way, you'll know the team is headed in the right direction, regardless of the W-L ledger at the end of the season.
Brandon Allen’s 125.6 passer rating, along with a rejuvenated Broncos’ offense and a dub, showed the Broncos enough to roll with Allen for another week. Or make that two on the calendar.
It's all about the QB. But if the Broncos can find a young passer, they have the opportunity to mimic the 2012-15 Seahawks' equation for success given what else they've done.
Midway through the season, the Broncos are on pace to finish 4-12 and have a healthy quarterback room consisting of zero players that have played an NFL snap. Not exactly the plan John Elway drew up for the team during the offseason. Will Brandon Allen be the key to a second-half turnaround?