Tuesday, January 24, 2017


As Romo rumblings grow, Rivers makes more sense for Broncos and the family man

One of the Broncos’ most hated rivals over the years coming to Denver? Rivers being Denver’s QB the next four years or so makes perfect sense.

To win big in the NFL, a top-flight quarterback is mandatory

Good quarterbacks can win in the regular season; only elite quarterbacks win in the postseason. At present, the Broncos don’t have one of those.

With promotion, Joe Woods’ bag of tricks just got bigger

Joe Woods turned in back-to-back seasons leading the top secondary in the NFL, now he's got his hands on the entire Broncos defense.

Did the Nuggets just turn in a performance that’ll turn around their season?

Can a 140-112 win over the playoff-bound Indiana Pacers in London propel the Denver Nuggets' season in the right direction?

As hard as it is to say, it’s time for Wade Phillips to go

Wade Phillips is the best of people, the best of coaches and the best of personalities. And Benny Bash wants him to leave Denver.

Raiders’ loss could be Broncos’ gain at offensive coordinator

NFL Network has reported that the Raiders may not retain offensive coordinator Bill Musgrave. If available, he could be a logical fit with the Broncos.

As all eyes focus on Elway’s Twitter, it appears Joseph’s next job won’t be...

If John Elway was blown away by Vance Joseph – convinced he was the man to lead the franchise moving forward – he wouldn’t let him get away.

The “core” isn’t the Avalanche’s problem, it’s the supporting cast

By going big and trying to be more physical, the Avalanche slowed down the very thing that got it to the playoffs in 2013-14 - its speed.

The Broncos should leave well enough alone

Vance Joseph's defense was gashed in a playoff loss to the Steelers. So why is his name reportedly at the top of the list to fill Denver's coaching vacancy?

Elway can follow his own blueprint to make the right coaching hire

John Elway will have success if he applies the same philosophy to his coaching search that he used to build a championship roster.