In the third quarter of the season, it's all about the AFC West, as the Broncos face each of their division rivals, plus a difficult home game against the New Orleans Saints.
Andrew Mason breaks down the potential suitors for Emmanuel Sanders. Who can the Broncos deal with, and what return can they get for him?
The Broncos' were impressive statistically running the ball against the Seahawks, but their performance was even better than the stats suggest.
Four years ago, Colorado let one of its top prospects slip out of the state. Now, the #Broncos will have an opportunity to bring home a player that everyone is talking about at the Senior Bowl.
Vegas is closing in on our numbers but we're not scared off with our Week 9 picks as we've got more tricks up our sleeves with our four picks of the week.
Welcome back for another set of picks in the turbulent NFL as we try to figure things out after only two weeks when it’s still hard to know anything. Last week in our first go at it, while we wait for our YPP metric to be reliable, we went 2-and-2. More precisely we went 2-and-0 with our EW picks and…...
As we continue to digest the 2017 NFL Draft here are our favorite and least favorite picks of the class with a focus on the top 100 selections.
If the Denver Broncos are looking for an immediate upgrade at guard, Jahri Evans’ name will be on their list in free agency.
Week 16 of the NFL season is here and with the playoff races at a climax and half the league fighting for their playoff lives we offer you a Christmas edition of our weekly picks with three games that you won't want to miss out on.
After being nothing more than a backup on the New England Patriots earlier this year, tight end A.J. Derby has an opportunity to help the Denver Broncos beat his former team. To say he’s ready is an understatement, especially after the way last week’s game ended.
It's time for another week of the BSN Football Betting Podcast. We break down a great Week 13 and dive into all our picks and numbers for the Week 14 games. Don't miss out.
The Denver Broncos benefited greatly from the bye week. On the first day back from the week off the Broncos had a clean injury report, including a healthy Aqib Talib and Derek Wolfe.
On Monday, head coach Gary Kubiak mentioned many areas where the Denver Broncos could improve, however, none was talked about more than the offensive signal caller, Trevor Siemian.
On Sunday, against the New Orleans Saints, the Denver Broncos did nearly everything the complete opposite of what they had done in the first half of the season, and still found a way to win.
Just when you thought the game was over and done with the Denver Broncos special teams found a way to save the game from the brink, beating the New Orleans Saints 25-23 in the process.
Even after the worst performance of the season against the Oakland Raiders, the Denver Broncos’ running game may have to wait another week before having a revival.