Sunday, September 25, 2016

The Broncos are on an eerily familiar roller coaster

It's not deja vu; this year's Broncos are winning games in the same manner as last year's Broncos. Strap in for the ride.
Trevor Siemian

WATCH: Quarterback play and injuries the biggest threats to Denver

Marlin Jackson has a hard time finding fault with the 2016 Denver Broncos through two weeks, but he does have a few causes for concern.

Shane Ray is ready to step up in DeMarcus Ware’s absence

With DeMarcus Ware out for four to five weeks with a broken forearm, Shane Ray is ready to prove that he can succeed in a starring role

READ BETWEEN THE LINES: The Broncos want more out of Trevor Siemian

Trevor Siemian has exceeded any and all reasonable expectations, but with so many points being left on the field, the Denver Broncos need more
Donald Stephenson

REPORT: Donald Stephenson to miss several weeks with calf injury

Donald Stephenson joins DeMarcus Ware on the injury report with a strained calf that will keep him sidelined for several weeks
DeMarcus Ware

REPORT: DeMarcus Ware to have surgery on fractured forearm

After fracturing his forearm against the Colts on Sunday, DeMarcus Ware will undergo surgery, though his timetable for return is still uncertain

Kubiak conservative to the end in another Broncos win

Just as it did seemingly all year last year, including in the Super Bowl, the Denver Broncos' offense did just enough to let its defense win the game.

IN THEIR WORDS: It’s all about the defense in Denver, Colorado

The Denver Broncos keep winning games -- close games -- and they can't thank their defense enough
Power Rankings

The more the Denver Broncos change, the more they stay the same

It may be a new year, but the Denver Broncos are still winning football games in the same, exciting fashion they did last season

Devontae Booker’s bounce back game was key to Broncos’ victory

After a disappointing outing against the Carolina Panthers, Devontae Booker answered Gary Kubiak's challenge in the victory over the Indianapolis Colts