The live events arm of NBC Sports revealed on Monday its slate of play-by-play announcers, analysts, commentators, insiders, and studio hosts. Missing from the litany of names? Perennial wet blanket Mike Milbury. And hockey fans rejoiced. But the replacement is anything but joyful.
This is supposed to be a job interview, but who’s interviewing who here? Someone will take the job. That’s a given. But the process is revealing a lot about the Broncos.
Trey Lance is a physical specimen, like Josh Allen was when he was coming out of college back in 2018. Should the Broncos take a chance on Lance or stay locked in on Lock?
In this article, Zach Segars looks at the players that grew the most this season, and one big name that took a step back.
Even if you completely ignore park adjustments, which isn't a good idea when considering the offensive environment in which the Rockies play, their group of complementary position players is still among the NL's worst.
A quick look at Broncos GM frontrunners Champ Kelly and Terry Fontenot followed by a bevy of Broncos free agents the new GM will have to decide on. Justin Simmons leads a group of talented free agents Denver will have to work on this offseason.
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.