The Broncos offense, no matter whether Siemian or Lynch was in charge, wasn’t good. No touchdowns. Three points.
Your feelings on the Broncos quarterback competition may be largely influenced by the date on your birth certificate.
The insults are flying. The level of decorum is low. Siemian vs. Lynch has officially divided some of Broncos Country.
"He really wasn't a man of a lot of words, but when he spoke, everybody heard," former Rockie Dante Bichette said of the late Don Baylor.
There are eerie similarities between 2007 and 2017, including where the collective attention of Denver fans is focused.
When Terrell Davis takes the stage Saturday at Tom Benson Field in Canton, Denver can boast five Broncos Hall of Famers.
The biggest risk the Broncos face at the moment, at least as it pertains to the offensive side of the football, is indecision.
The Denver Broncos have replaced a pair of departed legends, and it seems a not a beat has been skipped.
It’s time for the greatest man in Colorado sports history to take his own advice.
The playoff-contending Colorado Rockies got better at the trade deadline and didn’t mortgage their bright future to do so.