The offseason is here for the Denver Broncos following their Super Bowl loss to the Seattle Seahawks. We could spend time breaking down that disaster in New York but as my Mom taught me; the sun always comes up the following day and there’s no point in looking back. With that as a backdrop, it’s time to start looking at what the Broncos have to do to take that final step in 2014.
The process begins almost immediately with their own free agents; the Broncos must decide who their priorities are and who they can live without. Before we dive in, there’s a couple of things fans should know heading into this process. The first is the fact that it’s possible that every one of the 15 unrestricted free agents could move on, not probable but possible. Secondly the Broncos, like the fans, would like to keep everyone but the salary cap will make that impossible. Remember putting together a roster is a two-tiered process. The Broncos have to find the best talent but they also have to fit into the salary cap, some moves are not pleasant ones. Away we go!
This list only includes unrestricted free agents: Continue reading
Denver Broncos (6-0) vs. Indianapolis Colts (4-2) – October 20, 2013 – 830PM – Lucas Oil Stadium – Field Turf – Dome – Retractable Roof
- ATS 2012 Away 5-3/ O/U 5-3
- ATS 2013 Away 1-1/ O/U 2-0
- OVER Last 5 Games
- 5-0 SU on Road Last 5
- ATS 2012 Home 7-1/ O/U 2-6
- ATS 2013 Home 1-2 /O/U 2-1
- UNDER last 8 of 10 Games
- UNDER last 9 of 13 at HOME
Key Injuries: Continue reading
Before you sit down to watch the Denver Broncos versus Philadelphia Eagles make sure you have everything you want within reaching distance because you will probably miss something if you get up. So get your drinks, your snacks and get ready for a shootout. These are two of the most explosive offenses in the league and Sunday should be a show.
When the Broncos have the ball: Peyton Manning is saying all the right things about the Eagles defense but trust me when I tell you, he’s licking his chops.
The Eagles defense is awful and have no chance to slow down the Manning led offense. The only way the Broncos don’t put up 40+ again is if they stop themselves through turnovers, dropped passes or penalties. It the Broncos play a relatively clean game on offense, then 50 points is not out of the question.
Strategy wise it might look a little different versus the Eagles because I expect the Broncos to run the ball more than they have through the first three weeks. There are two primary reasons for running the ball this Sunday. Continue reading