Can Drew Lock, Vic Fangio and John Elway become a contender by this time next season? When a team continually misses the playoffs, that quest begins too soon too many times. Yet, it’s upon the Broncos once again. The calendar has (finally) changed. But have the Broncos?
Despite the disappointing end to a 5-11 season, Fangio has optimism heading into 2021. And that optimism stems from returning injured stars and young players that he feels has taken steps in the right direction.
Fangio's defense balled out on Sunday, but the head coach sabotaged his team's chances of winning. That last second timeout didn't help his team, but it did help the Raiders score and win the game.
In this article, Zach Segars opens 2021 on a positive note by looking at the young players that impressed despite Denver's heartbreaking loss to the hated Raiders.
Drew Lock can end the season on a high note and elevate his stats to a more respectable place. Plus, Jeremiah Attaochu has a lot on the line, as do the Broncos in terms of draft position.
In this mock draft, Zach Segars looks at which prospects the Broncos should add to fill their most glaring holes and gear up for potential playoff trips in 2021 and beyond.
Floyd Little was the first star in Broncos history, fundamental in the team's early years and many paid their respects on Saturday. On Sunday, the Broncos will wear No. 44 decals on the backs of their helmets to honor him as well.
In this penultimate roundtable, our Broncos experts preview the upcoming matchup with the Raiders and analyze the recent decision to give Vic Fangio the 2021 season.
On the field, Denver has been unable to muster up the consistency to be a playoff-contending team. But off the field, the Broncos have dealt with far more than they had wanted to.
Don’t settle for running this thing back in 2021. Get me Matt Stafford. I don’t like maybes. I like the sure thing. And Stafford is as close to a sure thing that is out there for the Broncos.