Peyton Manning draws big ratings, and the NFL knows it.
Sunday will mark the Broncos' 18th primetime game since '12, marking the most in the NFL. 8 SNF, 4 MNF, 5 TNF. Team is 12-5 in those games.— Patrick Smyth (@psmyth12) September 21, 2015
The NFL can only hope more rating records are broken on Sunday.
It’s not that the Denver Broncos don’t want more fireworks on offense, it's just that opposing defenses have rained on their parade so far in their first two games.
After further evaluation, I'm convinced we grade the Broncos offense too harshly.
Sam Cowhick, Broncos beat writer for milehighsports.com, told Joe Rico and Alex Ramirez of the Final Word on Mile High Sports Radio (AM 1340) that Denver’s win in Arrowhead was one of the best in franchise history.
A family in Tacoma, Washington says their 5-year-old granddaughter is a victim of discrimination because of her Broncos allegiance.
After missing a month of practice and games, the second-year defensive end practiced Monday and is ready to make an impact.
Retired Denver Broncos cornerback Champ Bailey said on Monday that his former teammate and now Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler "rubbed a lot of people the wrong way" during his days in Denver, on the "The Herd" with Colin Cowherd.
The Bowlen family led the way at Saturday’s 2015 Walk to End Alzheimer's, and many hope that their voices will bring awareness and a cure to the disease.
It was an area of concern in the preseason, but the Denver Broncos’ special teams has been sneaky great so far this season, providing consistency through the first 2 games.
Coaches can say mostly whatever they want without consequence; it's what he does that really matters.
Spend your lunch with John Gennaro and Ben Higgins as they tell you why the head coach of the San Diego Chargers is an idiot.
One of the few people in Texas who might be more powerful than Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones believes Tim Tebow could be the team's answer to Tony Romo's injury.