Laurie Lattimore-Volkmann, aka docllv, has never NOT been a Broncos fan. A longtime newspaper reporter and journalism professor, she finally succumbed to joining her professional interests with her personal ones and has been a sports blogger covering the Broncos for MHR since 2014 (when she shamelessly wrote Peyton Manning an open letter that got a little bit of attention). You will never catch her breaking down film or attempting an Xs and Os analysis. But she loves writing stories from pressers, interviewing players for features, and sometimes addressing tough social issues and NOT sticking to sports.
Twitter is fun after a win. It’s even more fun when the Chiefs also lose.
Khalil Mack will be a menace, and the Chargers offense isn’t without talent, so Broncos need to bring their A-game to L.A.
Lloyd Cushenberry and P,J. Locke told reporters the next few games are must-wins.
Although the Broncos nearly pulled off a win, the head coach isn’t happy with some of the types of mistakes happening "at this point in the season."
This week’s ultimate fan still believes running the ball needs to be the Broncos’ first offensive game plan, and on the defensive side, continuing to take the ball away so CJ Stroud can’t do too much damage is crucial.
Broncos’ offense put up 29 points on the NFL’s No. 1 defense. That’s impressive. And that’s due to great O-line play.
In his first career fumble recovery, the Broncos’ 305-pound lineman was mad he didn’t get a "scoop and score."
Broncos need to protect their QB against Myles Garrett and the Browns’ defense, but the day can belong to Denver if Bolles & Co. do their jobs.
Because giving your friends and family Broncos’ gifts is fun again.
Sean Payton deserves some credit for keeping this team believing at 1-5 so they could get to 5-5 during some of the toughest games on the schedule.