Demaryius Thomas Fantasy Demaryius Thomas is entering his 9th season in the NFL and coming off of a down year. 2017 was the first time since 2011 that Thomas failed to catch 90 passes and reach 1,000 yards. Thomas was catching passes from Trevor Siemian, Brock Osweiler, and Paxton Lynch last season. With Case Keenum […]
Denver Broncos 2018 Draft Class Breakdown The Broncos have garnered widespread praise for their 2018 Draft Class. Bradley Chubb seems like a complete steal after sliding to the fifth overall pick, and Courtland Sutton and DaeSean Hamilton are promising, young prospects who seem poised to revitalize Denver’s aging wide receiver corps. Obviously, the impact of […]
Denver Broncos 2018 Goal: QB Since their win in Super Bowl L and the retirement of Peyton Manning, the Denver Broncos have had arguably the worst quarterback situation in the NFL. Trevor Siemian showed flashes of talent in the first four games of the 2017 season but ultimately regressed to his 7th round pick pedigree. […]
The 2017 slate of Monday Night Football gets underway with a double header in Week 1, first with the New Orleans Saints traveling to Minnesota to take on the Vikings. This is followed by the Denver Broncos welcoming AFC West rivals the Los Angeles Chargers to Mile High Stadium. Here’s a look at the fantasy […]
Fantasy Breakdown: Demaryius Thomas or Emmanuel Sanders Merriam-Webster defines “trust” as “assured reliance on the character, ability, strength, or truth of someone or something.” I’m here to provide you with a breakdown of whether or not we can apply that definition to the two Wide Receivers who sit atop the Denver Broncos’ team depth chart: Demaryius […]
With Jamaal Charles signing with the Denver Broncos it appears that there may be a running-back-by-committee coming to fruition in the Mile High City. Charles now joins a backfield with current Broncos running backs C.J. Anderson, Devontae Booker, Juwan Thompson, Bernard Pierce and newly signed rookie De’Angelo Henderson. With so many running backs ranging all over the spectrum of skill level, age, and experience, the Broncos running back room provides a unique challenge for fantasy owners to dissec
The Denver Broncos claimed RB Justin Forsett off waivers from the Lions on Monday, and Fantasy owners are curious to what if any Fantasy value he holds moving forward.
This week's Thursday Night Football matchup will once again take place on the West Coast as the Denver Broncos will head to San Diego for a date with the Chargers. For the Broncos, they’ll look to get back on track and stay in the mix of the AFC West after suffering their first loss to an NFC opponent since November of 2014
CSN Philly believes the Philadelphia Eagles will move on from Mark Sanchez this offseason. Sanchez currently makes $4.5 million a year, which is quite high for a backup quarterback.
Given the widespread speculation that Super Bowl 50 is likely his last game, Peyton Manning’s life after football has often been linked to the idea of him returning as some variation of an NFL coach. His ability to study defenses on the field and take on a leadership role in the locker room look as if they would easily translate to a position on the sideline with a clipboard in hand, as he is regularly referred to as one of the greatest football minds to ever play the game, but is Manning ready to exchange his helmet for a headset in 2016?
The countdown to Super Bowl 50 featuring the Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers has begun. The build up to the big day is exciting and yet exhausting at the same time. Fans still have to avoid the boredom of the NFL Pro Bowl, media day and every sports analyst's "key's to the game". Throw in the two day pre-game show, musical performances and mega million dollar ad spots and in the end, the average fan is just hoping for a great game to finish off the NFL season.
For the third time in ten months, Broncos wide receiver Wes Welker has suffered a concussion. It came near the end of the second quarter of Denver’s third preseason game on Saturday night, when Texans’ safety D.J.