Posted Fri Jun 1st by Tim Lynch
Any Denver Broncos fan over the age twelve in 1997 would tell you, the victory in Super Bowl XXXII was the greatest sports moment they had ever experienced before or since. Super Bowls are typically filled with big time plays and this one was no different. The Broncos were 14 point underdogs to the defending […]
Posted Fri May 25th by Tim Lynch
The greatest sports moment of my life occurred on my oldest daughters birthday – January 25th. She wasn’t born yet, but the year was 1998 and the Denver Broncos were in the fight of their lives against the Green Bay Packers in Super Bowl XXXII. I was 19 years old and living a stones throw […]
Posted Wed Apr 11th by Mr.East
Pick seventeen was so three hours ago, pick eighteen is now. Get all of look of the whole schedule and previously selected players here. Last three picks 15. Luke Kuelchy, LB, Boston College 16. Courtney Upshaw, OLB/DE, Alabama 17. Fletcher Cox, DT, Mississippi State Today’s GM is BroncoTalk’s very own Monty With the eighteenth pick of 2012 Interactive Mock […]
Posted Sat Oct 8th by Jon Heath
A lot of things have changed in the NFL over the past twenty years. In 1991, linebacker Mike Croel was drafted by the Denver Bronocs, quarterback Brett Favre played for the Atlanta Falcons and John Fox was coaching the San Diego Chargers secondary. Fox has been coaching in football since 1978 when he was a […]
Posted Wed Oct 5th by Monty
Dave Logan says he’s never seen anything like the Tim Tebow/Kyle Orton controversy in his 22 years in Denver. [San Diego Union Tribune] Dave Krieger says the team’s higher-ups are starting a war with the fans. [Denver Post] The Denver Broncos have fallen to the 17th favorite team in a national survey. [Denver Business Journal] […]
Posted Thu May 12th by Mr.East
Here we go again, another haiku for you. This week has two winners in two special categories. This week’s topic? The joy that is the end of Favre Watch. Like always, I’ll take the first crack at it. After four years of The indecisive Brett Favre It is now over Think you can beat that? […]
Posted Sat Feb 26th by Kris Burke
If anyone read my introductory article, you will notice that I disclosed the fact that I have dual loyalties when it comes to NFL fandom: the Denver Broncos as well as the Green Bay Packers.
As you likely know (and if you don’t, you live under a rock), the Green Bay Packers recently won Super Bowl XLV over the Pittsburgh Steelers by a score of 31-25. The Denver Broncos, meanwhile, finished 4-12 and hold the number two overall pick in the NFL Draft this coming April.
Since one of my teams is currently at the top of the NFL and the other is dangerously close to the cellar, I figured that now would be a good time to ask:
What can the Denver Broncos learn from the Green Bay Packers?
Posted Wed Jan 19th by Kris Burke
We interrupt this Broncos bog to bring you a special announcement: With the Broncos displaying an alarming (not to mention neat) amount of transparency, we here at BroncoTalk figured we would adopt the same approach. My name is Kris Burke and I am the newest member of the BroncoTalk staff. A few articles of mine […]
Posted Tue Oct 26th by Monty
Neither Pat Bowlen, nor his public persona Joe Ellis, will comment on the Fiasco at Invesco. Klis opens his mailbag with a parallel to Tennessee, who bounced back from a 59-0 loss to win five straight last year. Can the Broncos bounce back too? Is Tim Tebow in 2010 the answer? Why didn’t McDaniels give […]
Posted Mon Oct 25th by Josh Temple
Fans show their displeasure, players and coach say they have every right to. – Denver Post McDaniels post game interview, “That’s an embarrassing performance and it starts with me.” – 850 KOA One has to wonder is this the turning point for the Raiders as an organization? – ESPN AFC West Blog Woody Paige goes […]