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Opinion: Von Miller doesn’t need to change a thing about his game.

Opinion: Von Miller doesn’t need to change a thing about his game.

Shooters shoot, and Von Miller has been one of the best pass rushers in the league for years. Don’t try and change it now, coaching staff. Shooters shoot. If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. Don’t look a gift horse in the mouth. Pick whichever saying you want, they all apply, here. I was about to take a hiatus from writing for the next few weeks, as I’m getting ready to head up to the West Coast for a wedding (which I am in...as the groom), but this coaching staff forced my hand. “Yeah, I jumped off-sides, but quarterbacks throw interceptions too. It’s not like you tell them...
Dec 4, 2018
John Elway on Phillip Lindsay: “I’d take 53 of him.”

John Elway on Phillip Lindsay: “I’d take 53 of him.”

John Elway loves Lindsay’s work ethic and the fact that he plays with a chip on his shoulder. All of Broncos Country has caught the Phillip Lindsay fever, and John Elway is no different. He joined Orange and Blue 760 today to talk about the team’s three-game winning streak, and shared his thoughts on Lindsay’s special season so far. You can check out the full interview from Elway above, but here’s some highlights: Elway said Lindsay was someone they had their eye on during the draft and were fortunate to get him as a CFA. “You know he’s a guy that we were looking at him in the...
Nov 30, 2018
Tale of the Tape: Trickeration opens things up for the Denver offense

Tale of the Tape: Trickeration opens things up for the Denver offense

Bill Musgrave designed a great scheme on Sunday to help the Denver offense exploit the aggressiveness of the Steelers’ defense. While Sunday’s big win against the Pittsburgh Steelers was driven by the defense forcing turnovers, it was also accented by a well-designed offensive gameplan, tailored for that specific defense. Somewhat overlooked amidst the spectacular play of individual stars like Phillip Lindsay, and an opportunistic defense is the fact that the offense has taken steps forward over the last few weeks, specifically in its design. I have said this often this year, I know...
Nov 27, 2018
Case Keenum: there’s a “hunger” in the locker room after Sunday’s win.

Case Keenum: there’s a “hunger” in the locker room after Sunday’s win.

The Broncos locker room has “even more hunger” now that they are seeing their hard work pay off. The Denver Broncos quarterback joined Orange and Blue 760 today to talk last week’s win, as well as the upcoming game against the Bengals. While Keenum wasn’t quite as rote as a Bill Belichick, he did express that while Sunday’s win was great, they are already “on to Cincinnati”. He stressed the importance of continuing to take it one game at a time, show up to work everyday and keep working hard like they have been all season. Three straight games, NO interceptions for Case...
Nov 23, 2018
Tale of the Tape: Utilizing Phillip Lindsay

Tale of the Tape: Utilizing Phillip Lindsay

Denver is getting more and more creative with their speedy, do-it-all, weapon. Phillip Lindsay had one of his best games of his young career last Sunday, and helped propel Denver’s offense to a victory over the Chargers. Lindsay has been the biggest surprise of the, so far, stellar 2018 rookie class for the Broncos, averaging just under six yards every time he touches the ball. So it isn’t surprising that Denver has been scheming ways to get him more touches, and utilize his skill set. On a day when everyone is looking for a deal, did anyone get a better one this year the Broncos...
Nov 21, 2018
Are the Broncos building a roster that will thrive in the modern NFL?

Are the Broncos building a roster that will thrive in the modern NFL?

As the NFL continues to evolve and pass happy offenses dominate the league, are the Broncos poised to keep up? The Monday Night Football game featuring the Chiefs and Rams was not only an offensive spectacle to behold, but it has the football community buzzing about the implications this has for the future of the NFL. To many, this game was the culmination of a turning point in the league, one that we have been talking about for awhile; a league where points are plentiful, yards even more so, passing is the preferred method to get there, and defenses are just trying to disrupt and slow them...
Nov 13, 2018
John Elway: “We have a chance to beat anybody”

John Elway: “We have a chance to beat anybody”

Elway said he goes into each season thinking they have a chance to win every game, and that hasn’t changed. John Elway joined Dave Logan on Orange & Blue 760, for his weekly radio interview. Among questions about the bye week, and dealing with offensive line injuries, Logan asked Elway what his expectations were for the last seven games of the season as Denver sits at 3-6 coming out of the bye: “Every time I go into a season and look at the schedule I think that we can win every football game, so that hasn’t changed....There’s been enough good things to think that if we can put it...

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