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The Denver Post 9 hours ago
Vic Fangio: Broncos have a Passing Game Problem, not a Drew Lock Problem

Vic Fangio: Broncos have a Passing Game Problem, not a Drew Lock Problem

To hear Broncos coach Vic Fangio explain it, his team doesn’t have a Drew Lock Problem despite Lock's four interceptions since returning from a right shoulder injury.
The Denver Post 4 hours ago

Keeler: If Drew Lock can’t outduel Justin Herbert, the Broncos are in trouble

No one expects No. 3 to go drive for drive, haymaker for haymaker, with Patrick Mahomes quite yet. But if you can’t keep up with Justin Herbert at Mile High, more questions are going to be asked. And Drew Lock isn’t going to be crazy about the answers.
The Denver Post 11 hours ago
Broncos nose tackle Mike Purcell out for season with foot injury

Broncos nose tackle Mike Purcell out for season with foot injury

Broncos coach Vic Fangio said Monday that nose tackle Mike Purcell will miss the rest of the season due to a foot injury sustained in Sunday’s 43-16 loss to Kansas City.
Predominantly Orange 15 hours ago
Denver Broncos: Players who could be traded if team is a seller

Denver Broncos: Players who could be traded if team is a seller

If the Denver Broncos are sellers at the trade deadline, these players will draw interest. Denver Broncos GM John Elway has a tough job. The Broncos have been trying to find their way for five years now since Peyton Manning left and the vaunted Super Bowl 50 defense was slowly dismantled. There have been failed […] Denver Broncos: Players who could be traded if team is a seller - Predominantly Orange - Predominantly Orange - A Denver Broncos Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

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The Denver Post 11 hours ago
Le’Veon Bell fits seamlessly in Chiefs’ offense in rout of Broncos

Le’Veon Bell fits seamlessly in Chiefs’ offense in rout of Broncos

There was never a question that Brett Veach, one of the most aggressive general managers in the NFL, would pursue two-time All-Pro running back Le'Veon Bell to join the Kansas City Chiefs' electrifying offense.
www.milehighreport.com 11 hours ago
Breaking: Mike Purcell is out for the season.

Breaking: Mike Purcell is out for the season.

The Broncos lose their starting nose. | Photo by Elsa/ The Broncos’ nose tackle suffered a Lisfranc fracture against the Chiefs. According to KOA’s Brandon Krisztal, the Broncos will need to play the remainder of the NFL season without Mike Purcell. Per NFL Source Broncos NT Mike Purcell has a lisfranc injury. Is going to need surgery and will miss the remainder of the season. The hits just keep coming... #BroncosCountry @KOAColorado— Brandon Krisztal (@BKDenverSports) October 26, 2020 Fortunately for Purcell, he only just recently signed a three year contract extension...
The Denver Post 12 hours ago
Kiszla vs. O’Halloran: Is it time for Broncos to trade defensive end Shelby Harris?

Kiszla vs. O’Halloran: Is it time for Broncos to trade defensive end Shelby Harris?

Was that tiff on the sideline between coach Vic Fangio and veteran Shelby Harris late in an embarrassing 43-16 loss to Chiefs a sign of trouble? With the NFL trade deadline looming on Nov. 3, should Denver consider moving Harris out of town?
The Denver Post 12 hours ago
Broncos After Further Review: Shoddy tackling led to Kansas City taking lead and never looking back

Broncos After Further Review: Shoddy tackling led to Kansas City taking lead and never looking back

Missed tackles and chunk plays were the story for the Broncos’ defense. Kansas City ran only 51 plays (it entered averaging 80.8 plays per game) and 15 of those snaps gained at least 10 yards.
www.milehighreport.com 16 hours ago
Broncos’ defense holds its own while offense, ST melt down in the snow

Broncos’ defense holds its own while offense, ST melt down in the snow

Photo by Dustin Bradford/ If I had told you before the Chiefs-Broncos match-up at Mile High that Phillip Lindsay and Melvin Gordon III would combine for nearly 150 yards rushing, the Broncos defense would sack Patrick Mahomes three times while holding him to 200 yards and one touchdown, the run defense would hold the Chiefs’ running backs to just 100 yards rushing and Kansas City wouldn’t convert a single third down, you would never have believed a 43-16 Chiefs’ victory. Unless I also told you that the Broncos offense would turn the ball over four times, special teams would allow a...
The Denver Post 18 hours ago
Broncos Q-and-A: What happened on quarterback Drew Lock’s second-quarter pick-six?

Broncos Q-and-A: What happened on quarterback Drew Lock’s second-quarter pick-six?

Did the Broncos’ chances Sunday against Kansas City end with safety Daniel Sorenson’s 50-yard interception return touchdown?
www.milehighreport.com 18 hours ago
The Broncos proved to be farther away than we thought

The Broncos proved to be farther away than we thought

Photo by Dustin Bradford/ The loss to the Chiefs showed the Broncos still have a long way to go. Well, that was...rough. Melvin Gordon’s face on the botched flea flicker pitch said it all. The Denver Broncos were not just beaten by the Kansas City Chiefs. They were embarrassed by them. The frustrating aspect of this has to be that the defense actually played well. The final score doesn’t really show how well they played. Patrick Mahomes threw for just 200 yards and one TD. The Chiefs only managed 286 total yards on offense. How did it get so lopsided? All it took to blow out the...
www.milehighreport.com 19 hours ago
More of the same from the Denver Broncos

More of the same from the Denver Broncos

Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports What can you say when it’s exactly what you said last season? As I watched Kansas City Chiefs backup quarterback Chad Henne flop into the end zone to put the exclamation mark on their 10th straight win over the Denver Broncos, for the first time in many years as a writer for Mile High Report, I was at a loss. What could I possibly write that hasn’t already been said? Many of the problems that were highlighted on Sunday were problems that MHR covered last year. Rather than rephrase what’s already been said, I dove into last year’s Monday morning...
The Denver Post Oct 25, 2020
Kiszla: Broncos quarterback Drew Lock keeps making the same infuriating childish mistakes in 43-16 loss to Kansas City

Kiszla: Broncos quarterback Drew Lock keeps making the same infuriating childish mistakes in 43-16 loss to Kansas City

Playing quarterback for the Broncos is a man's job. Chucking the football like a kid throwing rocks, Drew Lock keeps making childish mistakes. In a 43-16 loss to Kansas City on Sunday, the soundtrack of his performance was breaking glass.
Predominantly Orange Oct 25, 2020

Garett Bolles thinks Denver Broncos are ‘neck and neck’ with Chiefs

Denver Broncos LT Garett Bolles is confident that the team is right there with the Kansas City Chiefs. The Denver Broncos got blown out by the Kansas City Chiefs by a score of 43-16. Despite that, however, left tackle Garett Bolles had a lot of confidence following the game. How much confidence, you ask? Bolles […] Garett Bolles thinks Denver Broncos are ‘neck and neck’ with Chiefs - Predominantly Orange - Predominantly Orange - A Denver Broncos Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
The Denver Post Oct 25, 2020
Shelby Harris, Bradley Chubb air out Broncos’ “family” dysfunctions in public vs. Chiefs

Shelby Harris, Bradley Chubb air out Broncos’ “family” dysfunctions in public vs. Chiefs

If the Broncos’ locker room is a family, then all their internal dysfunctions, all their old wounds, got dragged out into the open on Sunday. For everyone to see.
The Denver Post Oct 25, 2020
Broncos no match (again) for Kansas City: “Nowhere near good enough”

Broncos no match (again) for Kansas City: “Nowhere near good enough”

For 10 months, the Broncos plotted their plan to be more competitive against the Kansas City Chiefs and not only break a nine-game losing streak in the series, but maybe, just maybe, make things interesting in the AFC West.

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    Keeler: If Drew Lock can’t outduel Justin Herbert, the Broncos are in trouble

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    Mike Purcell

    Broncos nose tackle Mike Purcell out for season with foot injury

  • 2 Garett Bolles

    Garett Bolles

    Garett Bolles thinks Denver Broncos are ‘neck and neck’ with Chiefs

  • 1 Phillip Lindsay

    Phillip Lindsay

    Melvin Gordon’s fumbles, Phillip Lindsay’s concussion hurt Broncos’ chance to beat Chiefs

  • 1 Shelby Harris

    Shelby Harris

    Kiszla vs. O’Halloran: Is it time for Broncos to trade defensive end Shelby Harris?

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