Monday, October 23, 2017

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Broncos got you down? These six teams will lift your spirits

There was an understandable cloud hanging over the Centennial State after the Broncos were shut out Sunday, but there is reason for optimism in Colorado.

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Nuggets’ Plumlee puts defense first

Eric Goodman and Les Shapiro spoke with forward Mason Plumlee about his expectations for the season, and the importance of an improved Nuggets' defense.

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MORNING MINUTE: Recovering from the loss in Los Angeles

Nate Lundy, Shawn Drotar and TJ Carpenter unpack the Broncos' historic loss to the Chargers in L.A.

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Elegance and Attitude: Mikaela Shiffrin is ready to be the best skier in the...

Shiffrin has one of the choice catbird seats in American athletics: She is the face of the U.S. Ski Team.

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MORNING MINUTE: Recovering from the loss in Los Angeles

Nate Lundy, Shawn Drotar and TJ Carpenter unpack the Broncos' historic loss to the Chargers in L.A.

Truex Jr. dedicates record-setting Kansas win to late crew member

“Let’s go win this one for Jim,” Martin Truex Jr. told his team after losing crew member Jim Watson Saturday night.

Rapids fall to Seattle in contentious season finale

Two players were ejected in Seattle as the Rapids and Sounders played out the final game of the MLS regular season.

Thank you, Von Miller, but this one’s not on the defense at all

The defense didn't lose Sunday's game. In fact, they deserved a win for their performance.

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Thank you, Von Miller, but this one’s not on the defense at all

The defense didn't lose Sunday's game. In fact, they deserved a win for their performance.

Joey Bosa, Chargers’ pass rush torments depleted Denver O-line

Bosa tormented both Allen Barbre and starting rookie left tackle Garett Bolles all afternoon, racking up two sacks.

Travis Benjamin burns Broncos; Denver offense reaches 25-year low

In an ugly game for both sides, the Broncos were shut out despite accruing more total yards and winning the possession battle.

Broncos’ shutout streak dead after debacle in L.A.

For the first time since Nov. 22, 1992, the Denver Broncos failed to score a point.

Broncos’ offense nowhere to be found in disastrous first half in L.A.

Denver fumbled twice and allowed a punt return for a touchdown, falling behind 14-0 to the Los Angeles Chargers at halftime.

LOOK: Von Miller passes Karl Mecklenburg for second all-time in sacks in Broncos history

Von Miller passes Karl Mecklenburg for second all-time in franchise history for sacks.