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Teddy Bridgewater in January. Credit: Bob Donnan, USA TODAY Sports.

Comparing Bridgewater and Lock’s 2020s and why competent is better than overconfident

The Broncos don't have a start quarterback, but Bridgewater's competence will help Denver win more games this year. That is, if he beats out Drew Lock in competition.
Iowa junior tight end Shaun Beyer takes the ball inside the five yard line before being tackled by Miami of Ohio linebacker Kobe Burse in the first quarter at Kinnick Stadium in Iowa City on Saturday, Aug. 31, 2019.

Which undrafted free agents have the best chance of making the Broncos’ final roster?

Zach Segars analyzes George Paton's undrafted free agents and breaks down which three players are most likely to make the Broncos' final roster, and keep their UDFA streak alive.
Ohio State Buckeyes linebacker Baron Browning (5) celebrates his fumble recovery during the second quarter against the Indiana Hoosiers at Ohio Stadium.

Baron Browning is ‘willing to do whatever the team needs’

Zach Segars looks at Baron Browning's post-draft press conference and how willing he is to help the team in any way possible.


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North Carolina Tar Heels running back Javonte Williams (25) avoids the tackle of Boston College Eagles Sam Johnson III (14) and scores a 41-yard receiving touchdown during the second quarter at Alumni Stadium.

Who will the Denver Broncos’ most important rookie be in 2021?

The MHS Broncos crew breaks down who they believe the best and worst picks of George Paton's first draft were before forecasting which rookie is most likely to be the team's rookie of the year.

Rodgers to the the Broncos? Where there is smoke, there is fire

Nicholas Manning believes there is more and more momentum building towards Aaron Rodgers becoming a Denver Bronco.
Oct 18, 2020; Nashville, Tennessee, USA; Tennessee Titans tight end Anthony Firkser (86) celebrates with offensive tackle Dennis Kelly (71) and tight end Jonnu Smith (81) after catching a touchdown pass against the Houston Texans during the first half at Nissan Stadium.

The Broncos will be just fine at offensive tackle, despite losing Ja’Wuan James for...

Nicholas Manning explains why fans should not panic because of the Ja'Wuan James injury, and how the team will not skip a beat in his absence.
Ja'Wuan James in 2019. Credit: Ron Chenoy, USA TODAY Sports.

Ja’Wuan James injury hurts Denver’s thin O-line depth, could help Broncos salary cap

Ja'Wuan James sat out of 2020 due to COVID fears, and now he'll be sidelined for 2021 due to injury. Since it happened away from the Broncos facility, James may not be paid his $10M he's owed for this year.
Alabama Crimson Tide defensive back Patrick Surtain II (2) defends a pass against Duke Blue Devils wide receiver Jalon Calhoun (5) during the first quarter at Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

How good is the Denver Broncos 2021 draft class? Grading Denver’s picks

How did George Paton's first draft go and how does it compare to others around the league? Zach Segars thoroughly examines each of Paton's selections from the 2021 NFL Draft and assigns a grade to each before breaking down the draft as a whole and providing a final verdict.

The Big BandAid: Aaron Rodgers is the only thing that can heal the hurt...

George Paton’s first draft as the general manager of the Denver Broncos was not a bad one. In his first draft on the job, Paton most definitely landed talented players. It just wasn’t the draft that Broncos fans wanted. It could also be said that it’s not the draft the Broncos needed.
North Carolina Tar Heels running back Javonte Williams (25) scores a touchdown as Wake Forest Demon Deacons defensive backs Caelen Carson (29) and Nick Andersen (45) defend in the fourth quarter at Kenan Memorial Stadium

Denver Broncos’ George Paton punctuates offseason with value galore in 2021 NFL Draft

Nicholas Manning breaks down how George Paton used valuation to perfection during the Denver Broncos 2021 NFL Draft.

Did the Denver Broncos have the best draft in the AFC West?

Were the Denver Broncos the winners of the NFL Draft in the AFC West? How did they stack up with their division rivals?
Patrick Surtain uses his crazy 39-inch vertical to pick off a pass. Credit: Kirby Lee, USA TODAY Sports.

Looking at composite draft grades, Broncos earn a 3.41 GPA as George Paton excels

Way-too early NFL Draft grades are in, and the good news is the "experts" believe the Denver Broncos had a great draft. Take a look at the draftees' Relative Athletic Scores as well as how Denver was graded by 18 analysts.

Reviewing Denver’s 7th round selections of Kary Vincent Jr., Jonathan Cooper, and Marquiss Spencer

Joey Richards recaps what the Broncos did in the seventh round before breaking down what exactly he thinks of who George Paton selected.