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Surveying Denver Broncos' AFC West Competition at Quarter-Season Mark

The Denver Broncos sit atop the AFC West with a 4-0 record. They travel to Oakland to play the Raiders in Week 5 for their second divisional game of the year. Playing in the "Black Hole" is always interesting. The game is not going to be an easy win for the team, but the Broncos are a more talented team on both sides of the ball. Show More Summary

3 Matchups Detroit Lions Must Exploit to Notch First Win over Arizona Cardinals

Does Ford Field count as a "matchup advantage?" The Detroit Lions generally do well at home, coming within a kicker of going undefeated at Ford Field in 2014. Plus, this year's Sunday night game against the Denver Broncos was a two-point...Show More Summary

Broncos vs. Raiders: Full Denver Game Preview

The Denver Broncos have made it through the first quarter of the 2015 season with an unblemished record. After finding a way to get past the Minnesota Vikings this past Sunday, the Broncos will now make their annual trek to California...Show More Summary

Denver Broncos vs. Oakland Raiders Betting Odds, Analysis, NFL Pick

The Denver Broncos own the recent rivalry with the Oakland Raiders, winning the last seven meetings in a row by an average of 22 points, going 6-1 against the spread. But the Raiders have revenge in mind and will try to put an end to...Show More Summary

Denver Broncos Week 5 Stock Report

With a quarter of the regular season done, the Denver Broncos sit undefeated with a 4-0 record. They have a bye week coming up in two weeks, but first they must get through two games on the road before they get a break. Up next, theShow More Summary

2015 Denver Broncos Already Building Playoff Foundation

The Denver Broncos are not running away with victories this year. In years past, we’ ve seen the Broncos put away opponents early with a record-setting offense. This year, that’s not the case—but that’s not a bad thing. By winning close/tough games on the road and at home, this Broncos team is becoming battle-tested. Show More Summary

Daily Fantasy Football Week 5: DraftKings DFS Must-Starts for Each Position

The Denver Broncos are the team to watch in Week 5 as it pertains to DraftKings players. The AFC West leaders will be on the road taking on their division rivals, the Oakland Raiders. On both sides of the ball, the Broncos should please DK players who tab them. On offense, it all starts with quarterback Peyton Manning. Show More Summary

NFL Power Rankings Week 5: Updated 2015 Regular-Season Standings

The 2015 NFL season is already one-fourth of the way over for most of the teams in the league, but figuring out this league remains a mystery. The Denver Broncos are undefeated because of their defense and not Peyton Manning, Chip Kelly’s...Show More Summary

Manning Becomes 2nd Quarterback with 100 Career Home Wins

Despite a modest statistical showing, Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning picked up the 100th home win as a starter of his regular-season career Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings, joining Brett Favre (113 home wins) as the only...Show More Summary

Ronnie Hillman provides spark in Broncos run game, among top waiver wire grabs

Ronnie Hillman had a big Week 4 performance. We take a look at the fantasy implications. Ronnie Hillman provided a much-needed spark for the Denver Broncos backfield on Sunday afternoon. Hillman rushed for 103 yards and a touchdown on 11 carries against the Minnesota Vikings. Show More Summary

Biggest Takeaways from Denver Broncos' Week 4 Win

The Denver Broncos continue on an undefeated streak to start the season. They have a 4-0 record after defeating the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday, 23-20. The offense seemed to find balance in this contest. Quarterback Peyton Manning didn ’t have to carry the load, as the ground game finally got on track. Show More Summary

Vikings vs. Broncos: Postgame Grades, Notes and Quotes for Minnesota

The Minnesota Vikings suffered a tough, hard-fought loss on Sunday against the Denver Broncos at Sports Authority Field at Mile High. Minnesota came close to gaining a huge victory over Denver but ultimately fell on the scoreboard by...Show More Summary

Broncos will continue committee backfield, per report, C.J. Anderson's fantasy value dwindles

The 4-0 Broncos aren't in the mentality of fixing something that isn't broken, as evidenced by their continued tandem approach in the backfield. We break down the fantasy implications. The Denver Broncos will continue to deploy their...Show More Summary

Is Denver Broncos Offense Better With Ronnie Hillman at RB?

The Denver Broncos offense has been trying to get the ground game jump-started this year. So far, the team has struggled to find consistency when running the football. The team has been one-dimensional on offense most of the year, but...Show More Summary

Defense Saves the Day in Denver; Broncos Beat Vikings 23-20

Broncos safety T.J. Ward swept around the end untouched and took a swipe at Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater.

Vikings vs. Broncos: Denver Grades, Notes and Quotes

The Denver Broncos were able to survive a furious rally to hold off the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday, improving to 4-0 on the season. The Vikings stole the momentum in the second half and second-year quarterback Teddy Bridgewater made nearly every play he had to make. Show More Summary

Von Miller was about to do his sack dance, then remembered that he’s been fined for it

Earlier in the NFL season, Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller broke out a new sack dance, one inspired by the “Key and Peele” show. But sketch-humor provenance aside, the NFL — you know, the No Fun League — decided that there was a wee bit too much pelvic thrusting involved. [From June: The Broncos have a ‘fart […]

Despite Loss, Vikings Proved They Belong vs. Peyton Manning, Broncos

The NFL isn't a place for moral victories, but the Minnesota Vikings' 23-20 road loss to Peyton Manning and the still-unbeaten Denver Broncos has to qualify as something close. In fact, Sunday's late defeat probably revealed more about...Show More Summary

Don't Be Fooled, Undefeated Broncos Winning in Spite of Peyton Manning

Let's say you crawled into a hole at the end of the 2014 football season, only to crawl out Sunday and see the Denver Broncos are 4-0. It's safe, then, to assume that means Peyton Manning is back to his old ways. Right? Well, not quite. As uncommon an occurrence as it's been during his legendary career, Manning's team is winning in spite of him. Show More Summary

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