In normal circumstances the task for the Denver Broncos on Sunday is tough enough.
Road trip to the East Coast for the early kickoff against a team with a 7-1 record in a hostile environment. But then you add in the fact the Philadelphia Eagles have won six-straight games and the Broncos have lost three in a row. Oh, and Denver has a new starting quarterback in Brock Osweiler who didn’t exactly impress the last time he played in a meaningful game for the Houston Texans (23-of-40 passing for 197 yards, one touchdown and three interceptions in a game Houston should have won).
So how do the Broncos go into Philly and end their three-game losing streak? On Friday’s The Afternoon Drive, Eric Goodman and Les Shapiro give you their three keys on how Denver makes that happen (at about the 30-minute mark).