The heat wasn't too hot for the San Francisco 49ers as they took down Denver 24-15 in the Broncos' third preseason game. The score, however, isn't what matters in the preseason. Here's who's trending up and who's trending down with two weeks left until cut day.
The San Francisco 49ers’ defense punched the Denver Broncos’ offense in the mouth in the team’s first joint practice session on Friday. On Saturday, in round two, the Broncos returned the blow.
While most of Denver’s starters were held out of the game, there was plenty to be learned from the team’s extra preseason game. And there were plenty of positives.
As of Thursday’s practice, the Broncos have been on the training-camp grind for a full week. There was a new twist on Thursday.
A nasty identity is already beginning to form in the Broncos' offenisve line room, thanks in large part to their new coach.
With quarterback off the table in the first round, clarity is beginning to emerge on what positions the Broncos will target.
The Denver Broncos will fight an uphill battle without their best cornerback Chirs Harris Jr. and wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders. We went back to the film to see what they can do more of to counter that and break down film of newcomers Andre Holmes and Jamar Taylor.
The group that had become easy to point fingers at all season long became the unsung heroes on Sunday.
The Broncos had a tougher opponent than the now 7-1 Chiefs on a balmy Sunday afternoon in Kansas City.
With the Denver Broncos coaching staff under fire after a 2-3 start, their biggest issue seems to be not adjusting to their personnel.
There isn't a single word to describe how bad the Broncos were in the penalty department on Sunday against the Ravens.