Melvin Gordon ran like a wild stallion in the Broncos' 20-13 win over the favored Miami Dolphins. His great game earned ELITE Sportsbook Athlete of the Week Award.
This is exactly what the Broncos had envisioned when they acquired Melvin Gordon over the summer. Having multiple weapons in the backfield, with Philipp Lindsay and Gordon, was supposed to give Denver an opportunity to utilize these weapons to give them a stronger offense.
Neither team is great – or was great on Sunday – but the Broncos did enough to do what they needed to in order to win. They executed. What they executed best, however, is as old school as it gets – especially in Denver. They finally ran the damn ball.
The Broncos finally ended their losing streak against a rejuvenated Dolphins team. In this article, Zach Segars looks at the Broncos that starred, and those that stunk. How'd Drew Lock look? What else is there to be optimistic about on offense? Zach has those answers and more.
Hockey Mountain High breaks down the Avalanche's latest "win" after the release of the Quebec Nordiques-themed reverse retro jersey. Hosts JJ Jerez and Aarif Deen dive into the return to play re-negotiations that the owners have suddenly proposed before a segment on what the Avs are thankful for heading into American Thanksgiving.
Is Drew Lock or Pat Shurmur more to blame for the Broncos issues on offense? Broncos Blitz podcast host Ronnie Kohrt and special guest Doug Ottewill go over the problems that plague the Broncos offense.
The Broncos were hurting with both starting cornerbacks out, injured on Sunday, allowing Matt Ryan to slice and dice them. Backup corners were embarrassed at times, and Denver doesn't have to look further than former Bronco De'Vante Bausby for help.
From now until the end of the season, the Broncos desperately need to answer one question first: Is Drew Lock the man to lead this franchise into the future? And secondarily, is Pat Shurmur the coordinator to lead Drew Lock?
The Broncos had another performance defined by three dismal quarters and an exciting fourth quarter, but this time they weren't able to come away with the win. In this article, Zach Segars will break down the performances of the Broncos' studs and duds from their crushing loss to the Falcons.
After an exciting come-from-behind win against the Los Angeles Chargers in Week 8, the Broncos found themselves trailing at the half once again. This time it was against one of the NFL's worst teams, the Atlanta Falcons.