Broncos at New England . . . AGAIN???

There are three constants in life (of the life of the Denver Broncos’ organization): Death Winter games in Arrowhead Stadium And, more frustrating this week . . . Road games at New England Boy, the NFL and the East Coast media love their New England Patriots don’t they? How is it possible that Denver plays […]

November 2014 by Sean Thompson

Broncos cruise past San Diego?

For a little it was close to being a tight game. For a little it was close to being a blow out. For a lot, it was a game that didn’t hold the expecations the Denver Broncos should demand from themselves. Despite score 35 points and handing AFC West foe San Diego Chargers a 35-21 […]

October 2014 by Sean Thompson

Manning / Broncos D dominate vs. San Fran

  He finished 22-of-26 passing for 318 yards. And a near perfect quarterback rating. But a week 7 win over the San Francisco 49ers isn’t going to get the attention it should until maybe later in the year when analysts pick and decide how successful a season was. Or how important each win was (see […]

October 2014 by Sean Thompson

Another brick in the wall

You know those 30-minute highlight films that come out every summer? The ones that re-cap the previous season and it’s highlights. And with every new episode there are those games in the middle where nothing spectacular happened, but they were solid wins for a team that has so much more to accomplish? Sunday’s 41-20 win […]

October 2014 by Sean Thompson

Moral Victory? Morale Victory?

Let’s face it . . . there is such a thing as a moral victory. Not for players and not for coaches, but those paid professionals spending the 60+ hours a week scheming and planning to win every Sunday. But for the rest of us, the “observers”, there are such things as moral victories. The […]

September 2014 by Sean Thompson

How do the Broncos win in Seattle? Ball Control

What’s the best way to beat the Seattle Seahawks? Especially on the road, in Seattle?   Easy . . . The Denver Broncos have to steal from every game plan that is used against them . . . Ball control. Keep the ball. Don’t let the other team’s offense on the field. Remember those great […]

September 2014 by Sean Thompson

Not pretty, but 2-0 is still 2-0

Silver lining time (maybe Orange-tinted lining in this case) . . .  two blowouts to start the season may have given the Denver Broncos a false sense of security. That kind of bravdo that leads to glaring holes be exposed at non-opportune times. The Broncos luckily don’t have that blowout burden hanging over their heads. In […]

September 2014 by Sean Thompson

It’s FINALLY here . . .

Yes, the beginning of training camp is nice. And those preseason games can be a little fun. But when you are a fan of the Denver Broncos . . . . it’s TODAY when it all starts. The Broncos open the season tonight at home against the Indianapolis Colts, on Sunday Night Football. Yes, there […]

September 2014 by Sean Thompson

Camp so far

Without access to the practices like fans have had in the past. A couple of thoughts of that stuck me the last fews days through the media reports we’ve been getting . . . – We’ve seemed to have dodged a bullet with this Danny Trevathan injury. Not only is it not a season-ending ACL […]

August 2014 by Sean Thompson

Long drive says it all

Well . . . that was nice. We all know that the third pre-season game is the one. The one to evaluate. The first one we usually forget about. In fact, we’ll probably forget about this one in a couple of days. But for now Thursday nights 21-16 Broncos’ win over the Seattle Seahawks (a […]

August 2014 by Sean Thompson