The guys discuss the interesting decision to hold practice inside, the team's path the the No. 2 overall pick and much more.
The guys discuss their feelings on the safety of the coaching staff, give their take on what will happen in the final four games and much more.
McKenzie wished he had learned the news differently.
The guys give their thoughts on the latest embarrassment, their feelings on what the Broncos biggest problem is and much more.
Former Broncos offensive coordinator Adam Gase sent a clear message on Sunday afternoon.
"What is Bronco football?" Von Miller said rhetorically after the game. It sure as heck ain't this. Well, it used to not be this.
Is Paxton Lynch Bill Musgrave's guy, or is it Trevor Siemian? It's hard to say.
The guys give their preview of Sunday's game before welcoming Zach Kerr on the podcast. Kerr gives an inside look at the coaching style of Bill Kollar and how that's...
The guys discuss the best-case scenario for the Broncos as the season comes to a close, when the team will embrace the youth movement and much, much more.
The guys discuss the suspension of Aqib Talib, the prospects of Eli Manning in Denver and much, much more.
On a short-sighted scale, Sunday showed that the Raiders lost the battle and won the war. But even when the Raiders win, they lose.
The guys break down the brawl that occurred in Sunday's game, Paxton Lynch's lackluster performance, and much more.
The news and the highlight shows will show Talib and Crabtree throwing haymakers and pile-ups of multiple players from both teams, but what they may not show is the play...
The guys discuss the Thanksgiving skirmishes, what they expect from Paxton Lynch on Sunday and much, much more.
The guys break down the scary draft history of the Broncos recently, give their picks for who the team is thankful for and much more.
The guys break down the big move to Paxton Lynch, their expectations for the new quarterback, what he can do to earn confidence from the Broncos and much, much more.
The guys discuss the firing of Mike McCoy, the possibility of trading big-name players and much, much more.
As Broncos fans headed home on Sunday night, C.J. Anderson sat at his locker, uniform still on, with his head in his hands.
The Denver Broncos only ever have one option—win. In an odd set of circumstances, the last two years have proven that's not always the best thing for the team.