Against the Bears, in a near 90-degree day, the heat was on Garett Bolles all game long. And Khalil Mack, one of the games elite players, wasn’t even his biggest problem.
After Vic Fangio called him "tailor-made" for his defense, Bradley Chubb does his best to explain why.
Last season there was a subtle campaign from Broncos players to draft Christian McCaffrey. This year, there’s another campaign brewing.
With no major needs existing for the Broncos as they enter the draft, John Elway could stick to best player available and potentially land another dangerous pass rusher.
The Denver Broncos square off this Sunday against the Oakland Raiders in a must-win divisional battle. One of the keys to victory will be limiting Oakland's talented pass rusher, Khalil Mack. Which is why we went to the tape to figure it all out.
John Elway dubbed Von Miller a “once-in-a-decade” talent. He was right, until Khalil Mack came around.
After struggling mightily against Von Miller in Super Bowl 50, could tackle Mike Remmers help the Denver Broncos offensive line moving forward?
Sure, the focus will be on the strength-vs.-strength matchup Sunday night in Oakland, but the Orange & Blue's young offensive players must also step up their games and take advantage of a suspect Raiders defense.
(FULL ILLUSTRATION BELOW) Let’s get the obvious, elephant-in-the-room stuff out of the way first because it’s, well, obvious, elephant-the-room stuff: The 2015 Denver Broncos have a mish-mash, below-average, under-talented offensive line. The center is a second-year former college walk-on who couldn’t make it off the practice squad a year ago, one guard is a 34-year-old former All-Pro whose best…...
A Mack truck in motion tends to stay in motion; Denver Broncos offensive lineman Michael Schofield learned that the hard way. So did his teammate Ryan Harris. The Broncos came into today’s matchup at home against the longtime rival Oakland Raiders with one thing on their collective minds; win and be in control of their own destiny. Maybe it…...
Who: Denver Broncos (4-0) at Oakland Raiders (2-2) What: Week 5 When: 2:25 p.m. MDT, Sunday, Oct. 11 Where: O.co Coliseum; Oakland, Calif. TV: CBS Announcers: Greg Gumbel, Trent Green Radio: KOA (850 AM), The Fox (103.5 FM) Odds: Broncos -4.5; O/U 43.5 Notable: The Silver & Black hold a 59-48-2 all-time lead, but the Orange & Blue have won…...