A large part of the team's improvement from last season have been from offseason acquisitions -- both through free agency and the draft -- that have provided solid levels of play for the Broncos thus far.
Demaryius Thomas joins Eric Goodman and Les Shapiro to talk about where the team stands both offensively and defensively, as well as the importance of the bye week to veteran players.
Nate Lundy, Shawn Drotar and TJ Carpenter discuss how they're planning to spend this weekend.
Jay-Z may have 99 problems, but so does Broncos outside linebacker Von Miller.
3-1 is pretty good, but the Denver Broncos know that there is plenty they can improve after the bye week.
How does a sure-fire first-ballot Hall of Famer spend his first few years in retirement? Playing Dad and being the assistant coach of a flag football team.
Broncos second-year safety Justin Simmons made the biggest play of the season to date to beat the Raiders.
Safety Justin Simmons' interception of E.J. Manuel's last-minute pass was an athletic play that not only T.J. Ward was likely incapable of making, but one that, potentially, no other Bronco on the field could have.
Since the bye week was reintroduced in 1990, the Broncos have had their bye during the fifth week or earlier four times. Of those four times, they made the playoffs twice, in 1993 and in 2014.
Even though the Raiders were able to hang around until the last possible second, it was business as usual for the Broncos' defense and All-Pro cornerback Chris Harris Jr.