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.
The Broncos have slipped to third place in the AFC West. Can they bounce back from last Sunday night's in Oakland? It will be anything but easy in the Big Easy against the high-powered Saints, who have gone 4-1 since their 0-3 start to the season.
The Denver Broncos fell to the Oakland Raiders 30-20 on Sunday night in large part to the poor play in the running game on both sides of the ball.
The Denver Broncos have the No. 1 pass defense in the league and Jared Crick, a defensive end, is helping with that.
Not only is Sunday night the matchup between the two best teams in the AFC West, it also features two of the NFL’s best units: the Denver Broncos secondary and the Oakland Raiders passing game. And they get to go head-to-head with one another on primetime.
The day after the Denver Broncos 27-19 victory over the San Diego Chargers, Gary Kubiak was not pleased with the offensive performance. The head coach did offer one solution to the struggles: balance.
Not even half an hour after the Denver Broncos beat the San Diego Chargers 27-19 on Sunday their focus was already on to the next game — a primetime matchup on Sunday Night Football against the Oakland Raiders.
Even though the Denver Broncos beat the San Diego Chargers by just one possession, there was no doubt from Chris Harris Jr., T.J. Ward and Darian Steward on who the better team was.
The Denver Broncos will square off against the San Diego Chargers for the second time in three weeks Sunday afternoon in the Mile High City and the team will look a bit different than the last time the two faced off.
Although he’s not the biggest name on the Denver Broncos defense, T.J. Ward has proved to be the most versatile.
On Wednesday it was reported that C.J. Anderson might miss a few weeks with a bone bruise. Fortunately for the Broncos, they have two rookies in the backfield—Devontae Booker and Andy Janovich—that are hitting their stride at just the right time.
Even though the Denver Broncos have a short week to prepare for the San Diego Chargers rematch, they have two advantages that they didn't have the first time these two teams played just two weeks ago.
The Denver Broncos took a different approach to the running game on Monday night in the 27 to 9 victory over the Houston Texans, and it payed off. Devontae Booker, C.J. Anderson and the entire offensive line never gave up on the run, and that proved to be the difference from weeks past.
As the Denver Broncos defensive players hype up the matchup against their former quarterback, Brock Osweiler downplayed the significance of his return to Denver. On Thursday, Osweiler gave further insight on his decision to leave the Broncos and join the Houston Texans.
The notable numbers from the Orange & Blue's second straight loss include a fifth opening-drive score by the opposition in six games and a host of ugly penalty-related stats.
Bennie Fowler refused to blame the loss on not having head coach Gary Kubiak around and he felt good about Trevor Siemian. So who's fault is it?
Trevor Siemian's return, the Broncos' struggling ground game and the Chargers' penchant for choking away late-game leads are some of the facets to keep a close eye on tonight as the Orange & Blue visit the Bolts in a color-rush clash.
Could the Denver Broncos sport an all orange look for the NFL's Color Rush series for Thursday Night Football?
The Orange & Blue have won five straight AFC West titles, but there are several signifcant hurdles in the way of a sixth. We size up the biggest threats to derail the Broncos' Express.