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Our SB Nation Reacts survey earlier this weeks showed a very confident Broncos Country, but has that confidence held after these recent injuries?
In early March, we asked what the Denver Broncos biggest positional need was in the 2020 NFL Draft. Let’s find out how much that differs today.
The Denver Broncos are trending upward and a big part of that comes from the emergence of Drew Lock as the teams starting quarterback.
The SB Nation FanPulse survey of Denver Broncos fans shows that Broncos Country has remained optimistic despite the blowout loss to the Kansas City Chiefs.
In our weekly FanPulse Survey, we found fan confidence has surged in the Denver Broncos after their 23-20 win over the Los Angeles Chargers.
The Denver Broncos are back to losing multiple games in a row again, but with Drew Lock we may have something to look forward to again.
Finishing the 2019 season strong will go a long way to prove to Denver Broncos fans that their confidence in the direction of this team is not misplaced.
The Denver Broncos made the move to Brandon Allen at quarterback and won a game, so obviously fans are loving themselves some Brandon Allen since then.
The Denver Broncos had multiple explosive offensive plays in their 24-19 victory over the Cleveland Browns in Week 9.
The Denver Broncos have entered another losing streak as fan confidence has reached all-time lows. It’s okay though, the team is actually rebuilding despite their rhetoric.
Fan confidence in the Denver Broncos has reached all-time lows after their 30-6 drubbing at home in front of a national audience.
The Denver Broncos have won back-to-back games with impressive defense, which has many fans feeling a lot more confident in the team heading into Week 7.
For the biggest silver lining of the year, I say the Denver Broncos are the best winless team in the NFL right now.
Given how the far the Denver Broncos are fallen over the last two years, we think the team is trending upwards despite the 0-2 start.
It was an ugly loss, but was it just one game on the road? If the Denver Broncos beat the Chicago Bears do we start thinking things are turning a corner?
After a 6-10 season in 2018 and an offseason of wholesale change, 19th seems to be a reasonable place for Denver Broncos fan expectations to be right now.
Denver Broncos fans have taken a survey to give us an idea of how confident the fan base is with the direction the franchise is heading.
Will the Denver Broncos finish above or below their over/under mark of seven games in 2019?
It’s been a trying year that quickly saw things unravel for the Denver Broncos. At 6-8, just 9% of fans polled remain confident in the direction of the team.
The Denver Broncos will host a surging Cleveland Browns team on Saturday Night Football in Week 15. Here are our score predictions.
The Denver Broncos are on a three-game winning streak and fans are excited again for this team to compete for a playoff spot.
In our latest FanPulse survey, Broncos Country doesn’t see much hope of Denver on the road against the Kansas City Chiefs.
Broncos Country is feeling a bit more confident as the Denver Broncos travel to take on the Arizona Cardinals on Thursday Night Football.
4% of Denver Broncos fans in our poll feel confident in the team and predict a 14-point blowout home loss to the Los Angeles Rams,
From 93% confidence as a fanbase in Week 1 to 23% by Week 3. That’s how shaky Broncos Country’s confidence was heading into this season.
The Denver Broncos won two close home games, which has sent fan confidence southward despite the team’s 2-0 start to the season.
Denver Broncos are fans are likely a little optimistic, but Oakland Raiders fans are down right delusional as they expect their team squeak by with a win. Puhlease!