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Mile High Report Dec 31, 2017
Opponents set for Broncos 2018 regular season schedule

Opponents set for Broncos 2018 regular season schedule

We know who the Denver Broncos will be playing in 2018. The Denver Broncos just finished their 5-11 season and have all of their 2018 opponents set for next season. At home, they will take on the Raiders, Chiefs, Chargers, Browns, Steelers, Rams, Seahawks, and Texans. If the Broncos can field a competitive football team in 2018, then hosting teams like the Steelers, Rams, Seahawks, and the DeShaun Watson Texans would be more than ideal. If they slap together another 2016-17 roster, then its going to be rough. On the road, they will face the Raiders, Chiefs, Chargers, Bengals, Ravens,...
Mile High Report Dec 31, 2017
2018 NFL Draft: Broncos will have the 5th overall pick

2018 NFL Draft: Broncos will have the 5th overall pick

The Broncos draft order is now set. With the Broncos season coming to an end with a 27-24 defeat to their division rival Kansas City Chiefs, their draft positioning in the first-round is now set. They will have the 5th overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft. The top-8 picks in the NFL Draft:1. #Browns2. #Giants3. #Colts4. #Browns5. #Broncos6. #Jets7. #Bucs8. #Bears— Dane Brugler (@dpbrugler) January 1, 2018 The Cleveland Browns, New York Giants, Indianapolis Colt, and the Cleveland Browns once again are the three teams picking ahead of the Broncos. Now which direction the Broncos go...
Mile High Report Dec 31, 2017
Instant Reactions: Vance Joseph is no longer having the time of his life

Instant Reactions: Vance Joseph is no longer having the time of his life

Its finally over. The Denver Broncos season mercifully came to a conclusion this evening with a 27-24 defeat to the division rival Kansas City Chiefs. The Broncos finish the season with an unacceptable 5-11 record. Final. #KCvsDEN » https://t.co/vUQPITLpQY pic.twitter.com/LSTNHVk42O— Denver Broncos (@Broncos) January 1, 2018 This game went as many others went throughout the season. The offense wasn’t great, some poor blocking, multiple turnovers, the defense couldn’t recover from all these turnovers, and Vance Joseph looked overwhelmed and was once again out coached. This is...
Mile High Report Dec 31, 2017
Broncos comeback attempt comes up just short in 27-24 loss to Chiefs

Broncos comeback attempt comes up just short in 27-24 loss to Chiefs

The Denver Broncos didn’t necessarily need a win, but Paxton Lynch played his best game of his career and Patrick Mahomes II played just a little better. Mercifully, the Denver Broncos 2017 season has come to an end with a 27-24 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs backups. The 5-11 season was a disappointing one, but at least it is finally over for the Broncos and their fans. On to 2018! First Quarter The Chiefs received the ball first and rookie Patrick Mahomes II faced his first third down to open the drive. He hit a deep pass over the middle and a few plays later Kareem Hunt ran 35-yards...
Mile High Report Dec 31, 2017
Chiefs at Broncos - Live Blog

Chiefs at Broncos - Live Blog

Happy New Year! Let’s join our hands together and say goodbye to the Denver Broncos 2017 season. May we never see ye again! The Denver Broncos are looking to put 2017 into the history books. They are rolling with Paxton Lynch as the starter against the backups of the playoff-bound Kansas City Chiefs. The Chiefs will start their own first-round pick, Patrick Mahomes II, against the Broncos No Fly Zone. As they peek to the future, the Broncos are likely peeking to the past by starting Lynch. Changes are in the winds at Dove Valley and it could start as early as later today. John Elway is...
Mile High Report Dec 31, 2017
Denver Broncos and Kansas City Chiefs inactives: Charles inactive against his former team

Denver Broncos and Kansas City Chiefs inactives: Charles inactive against his former team

Here are your inactives for today’s season finale against the Chiefs. Here are the inactives for this afternoon’s season finale divisional matchup between the Denver Broncos and the Kansas City Chiefs at Sports Authority Field at Mile High. our inactives for #KCvsDEN. » https://t.co/KYy2e8brJm pic.twitter.com/UMzPndkUe9— Denver Broncos (@Broncos) December 31, 2017 The Broncos will be without wide receivers Emmanuel Sanders and Cody Latimer for today’s game. Look for Demaryius Thomas, Bennie Fowler, Jordan Taylor, and Isaiah McKenzie to be the Broncos receivers for...
Mile High Report Dec 31, 2017
Report: As many as five Broncos assistant coaches will be fired at seasons end

Report: As many as five Broncos assistant coaches will be fired at seasons end

Black Monday draws near. According to 9NEWS Denver’s Mike Klis, sources tell him that Denver Broncos General Manager John Elway will fire as many as five assistants in the coming days. Elway to decide fate of head coach Vance Joseph after today's game https://t.co/z4gKsHEQQ0 via @9NEWS #9sports— Mike Klis (@MikeKlis) December 31, 2017 The report also states that Vance Joseph’s fate will be decided after today’s matchup with the Chiefs. As of now, it appears that Vance is safe, but the outcome of today’s matchup with the Chiefs will likely decide his fate. A bad loss to the...
Mile High Report Dec 31, 2017
Chiefs at Broncos Week 17: Game time, TV schedule, online stream, odds and more

Chiefs at Broncos Week 17: Game time, TV schedule, online stream, odds and more

Game time! The Denver Broncos take the field one last time in 2017 to face the Kansas City Chiefs. Here’s how to watch. The 2017 Season will come to an official end for the Denver Broncos on Sunday as they face the Kansas City Chiefs at home in the final week of the season. The arduous and challenging season will likely set off with some big changes in the offseason, but first, they have one more game to play. Game time Kickoff is set for Sunday, December 23, 2017 at 2:25 p.m. Mile High time at Sports Authority Field at Mile High in Denver, Colorado. TV schedule and TV channels The crew...
Mile High Report Dec 31, 2017
A look at Broncos-Chiefs through the years

A look at Broncos-Chiefs through the years

The season finale for Denver can’t come soon enough, but here’s the series history before kickoff. Good morning, Broncos Country! It’s finally arrived. The end of the 2017 Denver Broncos season is here. What better way to ring in the new year? After today we can put this dreadful campaign to bed and get excited about what John Elway and his minions will do fix this two-year mess. Before that happens, we have to endure a glorified preseason game against the Kansas City Chiefs (9-6), who will rest their starters in preparation for the inevitable loss in the wild-card round of the NFL...
Mile High Report Dec 30, 2017
What do the Broncos want to see from Paxton Lynch?

What do the Broncos want to see from Paxton Lynch?

Leigh Steinberg gives some great perspective on Denver’s quarterback in advance of Sunday’s game. Few people will have much of an interest in Sunday’s game. One of those who does is agent Leigh Steinberg, who represents the quarterbacks who will start for the Denver Broncos and Kansas City Chiefs. Paxton Lynch makes his fourth career start for the Broncos (5-10) while Patrick Mahomes II makes his NFL debut for the Chiefs (9-6). In advance of Sunday’s season finale for Denver, Friday’s The Afternoon Drive caught up with Steinberg. As always, the super agent gave a great interview...
Mile High Report Dec 29, 2017
Denver Broncos and Kansas City Chiefs injury report: Latimer and Sanders have been ruled out

Denver Broncos and Kansas City Chiefs injury report: Latimer and Sanders have been ruled out

Here is your final injury report of the 2017 season Broncos Country! The Denver Broncos and Kansas City Chiefs released their final regular season injury reports of the 2017 season today. For the Broncos, they will be without two of their receivers for the second straight week. Emmanuel Sanders, Cody Latimer not practicing. Doesn’t look good for Sunday. #9sports— Mike Klis (@MikeKlis) December 28, 2017 Wide receivers Emmanuel Sanders and Cody Latimer will miss their second consecutive game due to injury thus ending their season with the Broncos. Look for Demaryius Thomas, Jordan...
Mile High Report Dec 29, 2017
Chiefs fans trust Andy Reid completely

Chiefs fans trust Andy Reid completely

With there being no value in winning their final game, Andy Reid is resting his starters ahead of the playoffs. It will either be a brilliant move or a dumb one. I had a chance to ask Joel Thorman of Arrowhead Pride some questions about the Kansas City Chiefs ahead of their game with the Denver Broncos. Normally, I take these crossblog posts more seriously, but I’m so over this season. Instead, I asked Joel about his teams lack of success over the past five decades. 1. Will the Chiefs be one-and-done again this year? Ah, it's Bronco week, isn't it? I don't think the Chiefs are going to...
Mile High Report Dec 29, 2017
Broncos finally ending season of disappointment

Broncos finally ending season of disappointment

This last game against the Chiefs is definitely a finally, but what does the future hold in Denver? The season has been over for a long time now. This last game against the Kansas City Chiefs will simply put the bow on top of the poo present that was gifted to Denver Broncos fans by Vance Joseph, John Elway, and the whole organization. There will be a ton of hype behind the Paxton Lynch sighting, but in truth, no one should really care. Broncos Country will have some time to debate what should happen with the quarterback position in Denver. Is there a young QB that should be taken in the...
Mile High Report Dec 29, 2017
‘Winning now and from now on’ is a hollow mantra in 2017

‘Winning now and from now on’ is a hollow mantra in 2017

And without a revamp of Broncos’ “culture,” it could remain so in 2018 and beyond. Good morning, Broncos Country! Just one more. One more painful game before the 2017 season can officially go down with the sunset. It’s fitting that the game will be played hours before the curtain on 2017 falls, and we can move on from one of the most disappointing seasons in decades, because in terms of lost potential, the 2010 season’s got nothing on 2017. And now as the Broncos prepare to host a bunch of second-stringers from AFC West-rival Chiefs, and with no playoff contention nor any spoiler...
NFL Trade Rumors Dec 28, 2017

AFC Notes: Broncos, Browns, Chiefs, Texans

Broncos Veteran LT Ryan Clady tells Mike Klis of 9News that he will retire as a member of the Broncos during a ceremony this weekend. “Patrick Smyth called me a little over a week ago and said the Broncos wanted to bring me out and honor me and wanted me to retire a Bronco, essentially,’’ … The post AFC Notes: Broncos, Browns, Chiefs, Texans appeared first on NFLTradeRumors.co.
Mile High Report Dec 28, 2017
DeMarcus Ware predicts New England Patriots will be one-and-done

DeMarcus Ware predicts New England Patriots will be one-and-done

DeMarcus Ware doesn’t think Tom Brady can handle a team that can generate consistent pressure. The New England Patriots seem to be in the AFC Championship every year as they face consistently weak divisional opponents and tend to lock up at least one playoff home game and a first round bye every year. They don’t usually end up a one-and-done kind of team like the Kansas City Chiefs. Former Denver Broncos pass rusher DeMarcus Ware feels differently with this Patriots team, however. “It’s funny that I feel like the Patriots will be one-and-done in the playoffs,” Ware said on NFL...
Mile High Report Dec 28, 2017
Chiefs at Broncos: TV broadcast map (CBS)

Chiefs at Broncos: TV broadcast map (CBS)

If you see ORANGE in your region, then you will get the final Denver Broncos game of the season against the Kansas City Chiefs. 506sports.com The Denver Broncos (5-10) are somehow home favorites against the Kansas City Chiefs (9-6). They are favorited probably because Patrick Mahomes is starting and the Chiefs will be resting most of their starters in this game. If you see ORANGE in the map above in your region, you will get this game on your local CBS affiliate. It seems every game will be a regional affair, with each game splitting things up across their respective...
Mile High Report Dec 28, 2017
Chiefs at Broncos Week 17: Everything we know

Chiefs at Broncos Week 17: Everything we know

The Denver Broncos will look to close out a disappointing season with a home win over the AFC West champion Kansas City Chiefs. Paxton Lynch will get the start against the Kansas City Chiefs (9-6) on New Year’s Eve and will look to lift the Denver Broncos (5-10) to their third win in their final four games of the 2017 regular season. Here is everything we know.
Mile High Report Dec 27, 2017
Broncos could be without both Emmanuel Sanders and Cody Latimer against Chiefs

Broncos could be without both Emmanuel Sanders and Cody Latimer against Chiefs

The Denver Broncos could be without their number two and three wide receivers against the Kansas City Chiefs. Unlike the Kansas City Chiefs, the Denver Broncos will not be resting any starters in this game. Unless, that is, they are hurting as is the case with two of their top three wide receivers in Emmanuel Sanders and Cody Latimer. Both did not participate in practice on Wednesday and are not yet on track to play on Sunday. “He’s still sore,” head coach Vance Joseph said of Sanders. “He’s really sore. If he is able to play, he will play. Obviously, he’s sore. He can’t work...