Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Ode to Hochman

Denver loses a good one, as columnist Benjamin Hochman is headed home to St. Louis - but not without leaving friends and memories behind

The Broncos on “Hard Knocks” would be TV gold

With so many storylines already lining up for the 2016 offseason, the Denver Broncos should be the next team featured on HBO's “Hard Knocks”

DeCamillis faces a tall task fixing the coverage unit

The Denver Broncos have had shoddy coverage units dating all the way back to the days of Mike Shanahan roaming the sidelines, something Joe DeCamillis must fix

Air Force is under the radar as Colorado’s best

With seven bowl appearances in eight years and more than 15 more wins than both CU and CSU in the past decade, Air Force is mostly ignored by the national media

Gimmick season has arrived in LoDo

With Mickey Mouse day, bobbleheads and beer festivals, the promotional calendar shows the Rockies aren’t even trying to be about baseball late in the season

For Rams, defense can’t rest early on

CSU's new up-tempo offense gives its defense a chance to do something it didn't do very well last year: keep opponents out of the end zone
Broncos pass rush

Balancing act on defense is the real key in 2015

The problem with Kubiak’s focus on a balanced offense isn’t that he's putting faith in average running backs; it’s that his idea of balance is focused in the wrong direction

Why the rush? Why the training wheels?

The early success of pitching prospect Jon Gray has Rockies fans wondering why the organization won’t speed things up with the big righty

The Jon Gray pitch count blues

The Rockies missed a chance to give their fans something special by pulling Jon Gray after a masterful 75-pitch effort against the Mets on Monday
Denver Broncos respond to Peyton Manning

The Summer of Brock should continue

Peyton Manning should get at least four more days off during the preseason to ensure his health and give the Broncos a real look at what Brock Osweiler can do