It isn’t pretty. At times, it isn’t fun. And it certainly isn’t easy on the heart. But the Denver Broncos have a new winning formula.
Entering Sunday, hope was eternal in the Mile High City. After 60 minutes of play, hope was no where to be found.
Fresh off playing the best team in the AFC, the 7-1 Kansas City Chiefs, the Broncos now face the hottest team in the AFC, the 5-3 Houston Texans.
On Tuesday, hours before the trade deadline, John Elway traded one of the all-time great Broncos, sending Demaryius Thomas to the Houston Texans.
While the country debates which Case Keenum the Broncos will get in 2018, the organization itself is asking a different question about their new signal caller.
Outsiders continue to question if the Broncos ponied up $18 million per year for a one-hit wonder. Inside the organization, Keenum’s anything but a one-hit wonder.
There have been two drastically different Case Keenum’s in the NFL. The Broncos placed a sizable bet on one of them.
Week 15 will go a long way in determining where the Broncos draft in April, starting on Thursday night.
Beating the Patriots isn’t easy, but if the Broncos have any shot on Sunday Night Football it will be following this formula.
The Denver Broncos offense is at a crossroads and changing starting quarterbacks might not be enough. With some of the best attacks in the NFL adapting to new-age thinking, it's time for the Broncos to join them.
Welcome back for another week of NFL picks. Last week, we went 2-and-2 with our full introduction of our YPP metric which went 1-and-1, same as our EW picks on the week. The raw numbers had slightly better performances as EW went 9-and-6 and YPP was 8-and-7 straight up against the spread. As we wait for the sample size to…...
John Elway dubbed Von Miller a “once-in-a-decade” talent. He was right, until Khalil Mack came around.
The NFL is back and we're here to give you the most accurate win projections for the NFL around. See who'll jump up and surprise and who'll fall flat on their faces in 2017 as two AFC West rivals are on our list.
With a big, tall smile on his face, Brock Osweiler couldn’t be happier to be back in the city and organization he left just 18 short months ago.