The Denver Broncos couldn’t have asked for a better opportunity to gain ground in the AFC West than the one that they were presented over the last two weeks -- and they fumbled it away.
Nate Lundy, Shawn Drotar and TJ Carpenter unpack the Broncos' historic loss to the Chargers in L.A.
It was painfully obvious Sunday that the current Denver Broncos are incapable of fulfilling one of John Elway's running expectations.
The defense didn't lose Sunday's game. In fact, they deserved a win for their performance.
Bosa tormented both Allen Barbre and starting rookie left tackle Garett Bolles all afternoon, racking up two sacks.
In an ugly game for both sides, the Broncos were shut out despite accruing more total yards and winning the possession battle.
For the first time since Nov. 22, 1992, the Denver Broncos failed to score a point.
Denver fumbled twice and allowed a punt return for a touchdown, falling behind 14-0 to the Los Angeles Chargers at halftime.
Von Miller passes Karl Mecklenburg for second all-time in franchise history for sacks.
As opposing teams continue to find ways to play around the Broncos' talent on defense, many have begun questioning if the team has found their "identity" on defense, which linebacker Von Miller addressed as well after Thursday's practice.
With injuries to Emmanuel Sanders and Isaiah McKenzie, Bennie Fowler and Jordan Taylor prepare to move into bigger roles.
When the Broncos last visited Los Angeles in 1994, the world was a very different place.
After mustering just 10 points on offense against the New York Giants, there is still clearly work to be done to improve the offense moving forward.