Von Miller was a man on a mission this offseason. He found his inspiration from Kobe Bryant and Michael Jordan. Meet Von Miller 2.0.
In this Monday episode of DNVR Bets Daily, Ryan Koenigsberg and Andre Simone recap an up-and-down weekend that was salvaged by the sporting event of 2020, The Match. From Bundesliga to KBO, the guys have you covered recapping the weekend and getting you ready for Monday and Tuesday’s big games including Borussia Dortmund squaring off against Bayern Munich for the…
Tuesday was a good day for Drew, believers of Lock and especially for people who own the Orange & Blue No. 3 jersey.
Drew Lock aspires to be great. So he’s reaching out to two of the best that have ever played the most important position in all of sports.
John Elway and Vic Fangio like Drew, too. They just haven’t locked themselves in as him being their starting quarterback in 2020 just yet. But Drew has. He’s locked himself in. And he’s acting like it.
There’s hope. There’s hope for the Broncos' future. There’s hope that the next golden days for the Broncos are soon. But Von Miller stands by what the cold, hard reality is of the Denver Broncos.
From jokes buzzing about Lock being a character in Toy Story to buzz surrounding him potentially being the one the Broncos have been so desperately looking for since No. 18 left, it's been quite a week for the rookie.
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.
On Sunday against Cleveland, the undrafted, unheard of and unnoticed Allen had a glistening 125.6 passer rating—only 3.6 points behind Manning’s magnificent debut against the Steelers in 2012. And, to be fair, Allen’s wasn’t just his first start as a Bronco, like No. 18’s, it was his first start ever in the NFL.
Despite just being at the beginning of his third year in the league, Fangio believes Mahomes’ already profiles as an all-time legend.
The Broncos’ offense struggled on Friday, to put it nicely. For the first half of practice, it appeared the defense was following their lead. Justin Simmons put an end to that.
Peyton Manning's retirement left an undeniable leadership void. Derek Wolfe believes the Broncos finally found the replacement.
Since Peyton Manning retired, the Broncos’ haven’t had the best luck in free agency. That appears to have changed in 2019.
Things are changing at Dove Valley and Bradley Chubb and Courtland Sutton are at the center of all of it.
Despite one of the worst defensive performances of recent memory, the Broncos’ defensive coaching staff will remain intact.