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2017 Denver Broncos season
Head coach Vance Joseph
General manager John Elway
Owner The Pat Bowlen Trust
Home field Sports Authority Field at Mile High (naming rights subject to change[1][2])
Results
Record 3–2
Division place 2nd AFC West
Uniform
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The 2017 Denver Broncos season is the franchise's 48th season in the National Football League and the 58th overall. It is also the first season under new head coach Vance Joseph, as Gary Kubiak, the team's head coach during the previous two seasons, retired due to health concerns. The Broncos will attempt to improve on their 9–7 record from 2016.

Coaching changes[edit]

Departures[edit]

On January 2, 2017, one day after the 2016 regular season finale, head coach Gary Kubiak announced his retirement from coaching due to health concerns. Kubiak suffered a mini-stroke in 2013 while coaching the Houston Texans, as well as a migraine condition that forced him to miss one game during the 2016 season. In his two seasons as the Broncos' head coach, Kubiak led the team to a 24–11 record (including the playoffs) — the most victories of any coach in the first two seasons with the team, as well as guiding the Broncos to a victory in Super Bowl 50.[3]

Following the hiring of Vance Joseph as the team's new head coach (see below), the Broncos underwent the following departures from their coaching staff:

Promotions[edit]

  • January 15: Joe Woods was promoted from the defensive backs coach position that he held from 2015–2016 to defensive coordinator.[10]
  • January 24: Chris Gould was promoted from the special teams quality control coach position that he held from 2015–2016 to assistant special teams coach.[11]
  • January 30: Eric Studesville was promoted to assistant head coach, and will continue to retain the running backs coach position that he has held since 2010, a season in which Studesville also served as the team's interim head coach.[12]

Additions[edit]

On January 11, Vance Joseph was hired as the Broncos' new head coach. Joseph, a University of Colorado alum, served as a defensive backs coach with the San Francisco 49ers from 2005–2010, in the same capacity on Gary Kubiak's staff with the Houston Texans from 2011–2013 and with the Cincinnati Bengals from 2014–2015. The Broncos previously recruited Joseph for the team's defensive coordinator position in 2015, but were denied permission by the Bengals. Joseph was the Miami Dolphins' defensive coordinator in 2016.[13]

Following the hiring of Vance Joseph, the Broncos made the following additions to their coaching staff:

  • January 13: Mike McCoy was hired as the offensive coordinator. This will be the second stint for McCoy as the Broncos' offensive coordinator — a position he previously held from 2009–2012. McCoy served as the San Diego Chargers' head coach from 2013–2016. Bill Musgrave was hired as the quarterbacks coach. Musgrave worked in the same capacity with the Oakland Raiders during the previous two seasons, and was John Elway's backup quarterback from 1995–1996.[14]
  • January 14: Jeff Davidson was hired as the offensive line coach. Davidson served in the same capacity on Mike McCoy's staff with the San Diego Chargers in 2016, and was a Broncos' offensive lineman from 1990–1993.[8]
  • January 15: John Benton was hired as an assistant offensive line coach. Benton had previously worked in the same capacity with the Jacksonville Jaguars in 2016 as well as on Gary Kubiak's staff with the Houston Texans from 2006–2013.[15] However, on February 20, the Broncos granted Benton permission to interview for the lead offensive line coach position with the San Francisco 49ers, and one day later, Benton was officially hired by the 49ers.[16]
  • January 17: Marcus Robertson was hired as the defensive backs coach. Robertson worked in the same capacity with the Oakland Raiders from 2015–2016, as well as an assistant under Joe Woods with the Raiders in 2014.[10] Brock Olivo was hired as special teams coordinator. Olivo served as a special teams assistant with the Kansas City Chiefs from 2014–2016.[17]
  • January 19: Johnnie Lynn was hired as the assistant defensive backs coach. Lynn previously worked alongside Vance Joseph with the 49ers from 2006–2010, and most recently with the Raiders from 2012–2013.[18]
  • January 27: Geep Chryst was hired as tight ends coach. Chryst previously worked in the same capacity with the Carolina Panthers from 2006–2010, where he worked alongside current Broncos' offensive coordinator Mike McCoy for three seasons as well as alongside offensive line coach Jeff Davidson for four seasons. Chryst was recently on the San Francisco 49ers' coaching staff, where he served as quarterbacks coach from 2011–2014 and offensive coordinator in 2015.[19]
  • February 21: Charles Gordon was hired as a defensive quality control coach. Gordon worked in the same capacity at the University of Northern Colorado during the previous four seasons (2013–2016), and was a defensive back for three seasons with the Minnesota Vikings under the tutelage of Joe Woods, the Broncos' current defensive coordinator.[16]
  • February 25: Chris Strausser was hired as the team's assistant offensive line coach, replacing John Benton. Strausser spent the previous three seasons as the offensive line coach at the University of Washington.[20]

Front office changes[edit]

  • May 4: The Broncos made the following changes to their front office: Brian Stark was hired as the team's new director of college scouting, replacing Adam Peters. Tom Heckert was promoted to senior personnel adviser after serving as the team's director of pro personnel the previous four seasons. A. J. Durso, who was team's pro scouting coordinator from 2013–14, filled Heckert's old position as director of pro personnel. Patrick Walsh was promoted from personnel assistant to player personnel assistant.[22]
  • July 25: Former Broncos' head coach Gary Kubiak, who retired from coaching at the end of the 2016 season (see above), returned to the Broncos' organization as a senior personnel advisor in the team's front office. Kubiak will be based in his hometown of Houston, but will make occasional trips to the Broncos' Dove Valley headquarters.[23]

Roster changes[edit]

Free agents[edit]

Unrestricted[edit]

Position Player 2017 Team Notes
C Sam Brenner TBD originally an RFA
WR Marlon Brown TBD released September 2[24]
RB Justin Forsett None retired on May 3[25]
LS Thomas Gafford TBD
WR Jordan Norwood TBD
OT Russell Okung Los Angeles Chargers contract option declined,[26] signed with the Chargers on March 9[27]
DE Vance Walker TBD
LB DeMarcus Ware None retired on March 13[28]
LB Dekoda Watson San Francisco 49ers signed with the 49ers on March 17[29]
CB Kayvon Webster Los Angeles Rams signed with the Rams on March 13[30]
NT Sylvester Williams Tennessee Titans signed with the Titans on March 10[31]
DE Billy Winn TBD re-signed May 2,[32] placed on injured reserve August 12[33]

Restricted[edit]

Position Player 2017 Team Notes
LB Todd Davis Denver Broncos assigned tender on March 8[34]
PK Brandon McManus Denver Broncos assigned tender on March 8,[34] re-signed June 14[35]

Exclusive-Rights[edit]

Position Player 2017 Team Notes
LB Zaire Anderson Denver Broncos assigned tender on March 8[34]
LB Shaquil Barrett Denver Broncos assigned tender on March 8[34]
RB Kapri Bibbs Denver Broncos assigned tender on March 8[34]
C James Ferentz Denver Broncos assigned tender on March 8[34]
WR Bennie Fowler Denver Broncos assigned tender on March 8[34]
LB Quentin Gause TBD
LS Casey Kreiter Denver Broncos assigned tender on March 8,[34] re-signed April 3[36]
TE Henry Krieger-Coble TBD
CB Taurean Nixon TBD
C Matt Paradis Denver Broncos assigned tender on March 8,[34] re-signed April 3[36]
NT Kyle Peko TBD waived September 2, re-signed September 3,[37] waived September 9,[38]
assigned to the practice squad on September 11,[39] re-signed September 18[40]
WR Jordan Taylor Denver Broncos assigned tender on March 8,[34] re-signed April 3[36]

Signings[edit]

Position Player 2016 Team Notes
DE Jimmy Bean None claimed off waivers on August 25,[41] waived August 29[42]
RB Jamaal Charles Kansas City Chiefs signed May 2[43]
LB Kasim Edebali New Orleans Saints signed March 13[44]
CB Chris Lewis-Harris Cincinnati Bengals
Baltimore Ravens
signed June 14,[45] released September 2[24]
NT Zach Kerr Indianapolis Colts signed March 11[46]
G Ronald Leary Dallas Cowboys signed March 9[47]
LB Danny Mason Chicago Bears signed July 29,[48] waived September 2[24]
LB Deiontrez Mount None signed August 29,[42] waived September 2,[24]
assigned to the practice squad on September 3[37]
NT Domata Peko Cincinnati Bengals signed March 11[46]
QB Brock Osweiler Houston Texans signed September 2[49]
DE Bobby Richardson Kansas City Chiefs signed February 24,[50] waived May 2[32]
RB Stevan Ridley Atlanta Falcons signed July 27,[51] released September 2[24]
DT Ahtyba Rubin Seattle Seahawks signed September 15,[52] released October 17[53]
WR Hunter Sharp Philadelphia Eagles promoted from the practice squad on October 18[54]
OT Menelik Watson Oakland Raiders signed March 10[55]
Indicates that the player was a free agent at the end of his respective team's 2016 season.

Departures[edit]

Position Player Notes
LB Vontarrius Dora waived September 2[24]
C James Ferentz waived May 10[56]
LB Quentin Gause waived September 2[24]
TE Henry Krieger-Coble waived July 29[48]
CB Taurean Nixon waived June 14[45]
WR Kalif Raymond waived September 2[24]
RB Juwan Thompson waived September 2[24]
S T. J. Ward released September 2[24]
G Michael Schofield waived September 2 [24]

Trades[edit]

Draft[edit]

2017 Denver Broncos Draft
Round Selection Player Position College Notes
1 20 Garett Bolles OT Utah signed May 11[59]
2 51 DeMarcus Walker DE Florida State signed May 13[60]
3 82 Carlos Henderson WR Louisiana Tech signed May 26,[61] placed on injured reserve September 2[24]
101 Brendan Langley CB Lamar signed May 11[59]
4 None
5 145 Jake Butt TE Michigan signed May 11,[59] placed on the non-football injury list September 2[24]
172 Isaiah McKenzie WR Georgia signed May 8[62]
6 203 De'Angelo Henderson RB Coastal Carolina signed May 10[56]
7 253 Chad Kelly QB Ole Miss signed May 10,[56] placed on the non-football injury list September 2[24]

Note: Prior to the draft, the Broncos received four compensatory selections — one in the third round (No. 101 overall), one in the fifth round (No. 177 overall) and two in the seventh round (Nos. 252 and 253 overall). This was the first time in NFL draft history in which teams were allowed to trade compensatory selections,[63] and the Broncos later traded the No. 177 and No. 252 selections — see table below.

Draft trades[edit]

Trading team Broncos give Broncos receive Source
Cleveland Browns Fourth-round selection (No. 126)
Seventh-round selection (No. 252 — compensatory)
Fifth-round selection (No. 145)
Fifth-round selection (No. 175 — later traded to the Green Bay Packers)
[64]
Green Bay Packers Fifth-round selection (No. 175)
Sixth-round selection (No. 238)
Fifth-round selection (No. 172)
San Francisco 49ers Fifth-round selection (No. 177 — compensatory)
Running back Kapri Bibbs
2018 fourth-round selection
Original sixth-round selection (No. 202)
2016 sixth-round selection
2016 seventh-round selection
Tight end Vernon Davis
[65]
New England Patriots Original fifth-round selection (No. 163) Tight end A. J. Derby [66]
Tennessee Titans 2016 fifth- and seventh-round selections Sixth-round selection (No. 203) [67]

Undrafted free agents[edit]

All undrafted free agents were signed after the 2017 NFL Draft concluded on April 29,[68] unless noted otherwise.

2017 Denver Broncos Undrafted Free Agents
Player Position College Notes
DE Nelson Adams Mississippi State originally signed and waived by the Pittsburgh Steelers,
claimed off waivers on August 12,[33] waived September 2[24]
G Erik Austell Charleston Southern waived June 6[69]
LB Josh Banderas Nebraska designated as waived/injured on July 24[70]
S Dante Barnett Kansas State waived September 2[24]
S Jamal Carter Miami (FL) the only undrafted rookie to make the Week 1 roster[24]
DE Ken Ekanem Virginia Tech waived September 2[24]
LB Jerrol Garcia-Williams Hawaii waived September 2,[24] assigned to the practice squad on September 3[37]
LB Deon Hollins UCLA waived September 2[24]
G Cameron Hunt Oregon waived September 2[24]
NT Tyrique Jarrett Pittsburgh waived September 2,[24] assigned to the practice squad on September 3,[37]
promoted to the active roster on September 11,[39]
assigned to the practice squad on September 18[71]
G Chris Muller Rutgers originally signed and waived by the Indianapolis Colts,
claimed off waivers on June 6,[69] waived July 27[51]
WR Anthony Nash Duke waived September 2[24]
CB Dontrell Nelson Memphis waived August 25[41]
CB Marcus Rios UCLA waived September 2,[24] assigned to the practice squad on September 3[37]
QB Kyle Sloter Northern Colorado waived September 2[24]
DE Shakir Soto Pittsburgh waived September 2[24]
S Orion Stewart Baylor waived September 2[24]
S Dymonte Thomas Michigan waived September 2,[24] assigned to the practice squad on September 3[37]
OT Elijah Wilkinson UMass waived September 2,[24] assigned to the practice squad on September 3[37]
RB Stanley Williams Kentucky originally signed and waived by the Cincinnati Bengals,
claimed off waivers on August 21,[72] waived September 2[24]

Injuries[edit]

  • July 28: Linebacker Shane Ray suffered a torn ligament in his left wrist at the beginning of training camp, and missed the entire preseason.[73] On September 3, one day after the Broncos cut the roster to a league-mandated 53 players, Ray was placed on injured reserve, and will miss the first eight weeks of the regular season.[74]
  • September 15: Defensive end Jared Crick was placed on injured reserve due to a back injury that will require surgery. He missed the Broncos' Week 1 win over the Los Angeles Chargers.[52]

Staff[edit]

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Current roster[edit]

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Rookies in italics

Roster updated October 18, 2017
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Preseason[edit]

Week Date Opponent Result Record Game site NFL.com
recap
1 August 10 at Chicago Bears W 24–17 1–0 Soldier Field Recap
2 August 19 at San Francisco 49ers W 33–14 2–0 Levi's Stadium Recap
3 August 26 Green Bay Packers W 20–17 3–0 Sports Authority Field at Mile High Recap
4 August 31 Arizona Cardinals W 30–2 4–0 Sports Authority Field at Mile High Recap

Regular season[edit]

Schedule[edit]

The Broncos' 2017 schedule was announced on April 20.[77]

Week Date Kickoff Opponent Result Record Game site TV NFL.com
recap
1 September 11 8:20 p.m. MDT Los Angeles Chargers W 24–21 1–0 Sports Authority Field at Mile High ESPN Recap
2 September 17 2:25 p.m. MDT Dallas Cowboys W 42–17 2–0 Sports Authority Field at Mile High Fox Recap
3 September 24 11:00 a.m. MDT at Buffalo Bills L 16–26 2–1 New Era Field CBS Recap
4 October 1 2:25 p.m. MDT Oakland Raiders W 16–10 3–1 Sports Authority Field at Mile High CBS Recap
5 Bye
6 October 15 6:30 p.m. MDT New York Giants L 10–23 3–2 Sports Authority Field at Mile High NBC Recap
7 October 22 2:25 p.m. MDT at Los Angeles Chargers StubHub Center CBS
8 October 30 6:30 p.m. MDT at Kansas City Chiefs Arrowhead Stadium ESPN #
9 November 5 11:00 a.m. MST at Philadelphia Eagles Lincoln Financial Field CBS
10 November 12 6:30 p.m. MST New England Patriots Sports Authority Field at Mile High NBC
11 November 19 2:25 p.m. MST Cincinnati Bengals Sports Authority Field at Mile High CBS
12 November 26 2:25 p.m. MST at Oakland Raiders Oakland–Alameda County Coliseum CBS
13 December 3 11:00 a.m. MST at Miami Dolphins Hard Rock Stadium CBS
14 December 10 2:05 p.m. MST New York Jets Sports Authority Field at Mile High CBS
15 December 14 6:25 p.m. MST at Indianapolis Colts Lucas Oil Stadium NBC/NFLN/
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16 December 24 11:00 a.m. MST at Washington Redskins FedExField CBS
17 December 31 2:25 p.m. MST Kansas City Chiefs Sports Authority Field at Mile High CBS

Notes

  • Intra-division opponents are in bold text.
  • Networks and times from Weeks 9–17 are subject to change as a result of flexible scheduling, for the exception of Week 15 at Indianapolis, which occurs on Thursday Night Football.
  • # Indicates the game will be simulcast on KTVD.

Game summaries[edit]

Week 1: vs. Los Angeles Chargers[edit]

Week One: Los Angeles Chargers at Denver Broncos – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
Chargers 0 7 0 14 21
Broncos 7 7 10 0 24

at Sports Authority Field at Mile High, Denver, Colorado

Game information

For a seventh consecutive year, the Broncos kicked off the season at home, in the second half of the opening Monday night doubleheader against the Los Angeles Chargers. After an exchange of punts, a 5-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Trevor Siemian to wide receiver Bennie Fowler III game the Broncos the early lead. The drive was kept alive as the result of a near-interception by Chargers' cornerback Casey Hayward. On the first play of the second quarter, the Chargers countered, with quarterback Philip Rivers connecting on an 11-yard touchdown pass to running back Melvin Gordon, with Ingram leaping above Broncos' safety Justin Simmons in order to reach the goal line. The Broncos re-claimed the lead later in the second quarter, with Siemian rushing for a 1-yard touchdown, then added to their lead on their initial possession of the second half, with another touchdown pass from Siemian to Fowler — from 6 yards out. The Broncos reached the Chargers' 3-yard line on a 14-play, 78-yard drive that chewed up the last 8:16 of the third quarter, but had to settle on a 20-yard field goal by placekicker Brandon McManus to increase their lead to 24–7.[78]

After stopping the Chargers on a 4th-and-1 near midfield, the Broncos' offense committed two turnovers — an interception of Siemian by Chargers' safety Adrian Phillips and a fumble by running back Jamaal Charles. The Chargers took advantage of both turnovers and narrowed the Broncos' lead to 24–21, with a pair of touchdown passes by Rivers — a 5-yarder to wide receiver Keenan Allen followed by a 38-yarder to wide receiver Travis Benjamin — the latter occurring with seven minutes remaining in the game. Following an exchange of punts, the Chargers had one last possession at the two-minute warning and were forced to use their last timeout with 42 seconds remaining. Six plays later, the Chargers were attempting a game-tying field goal to send the game to overtime. Placekicker Younghoe Koo's initial field goal was good; however, it was nullified as the result of Broncos' head coach Vance Joseph calling a timeout in order to ice the kicker. Koo's second attempt was blocked by defensive end Shelby Harris, sealing the win for the Broncos.[78]

Notes

Vance Joseph and Chargers' head coach Anthony Lynn became the first two head coaches of African American descent to make their coaching debuts in the same game. Beth Mowins, who handled the play-by-play duties for ESPN, became the first woman to call an NFL game since 1987.[79]

Week 2: vs. Dallas Cowboys[edit]

Week Two: Dallas Cowboys at Denver Broncos – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
Cowboys 0 10 0 7 17
Broncos 7 14 14 7 42

at Sports Authority Field at Mile High, Denver, Colorado

Game information

Quarterback Trevor Siemian threw four touchdown passes — two to wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders, and running back C. J. Anderson scored two touchdowns — one rushing and one receiving, in a dominating win over the Cowboys. The Broncos' defense limited running back Ezekiel Elliott, the league's leading rusher from the 2016 season, to just eight yards on nine carries, while cornerback Aqib Talib returned an interception off Cowboys' quarterback Dak Prescott 103 yards for a touchdown. Near the end of the first quarter, the game was delayed by one hour due to lightning in the Denver area.[80]

Notes

Aqib Talib's 103-yard interception return set a new record for the longest interception return in Broncos' franchise history, surpassing the record that Chris Harris, Jr. previously set in 2012. Talib also surpassed Deion Sanders for fourth place on the NFL's all-time list for interception returns for touchdowns.[81]

Week 3: at Buffalo Bills[edit]

Week Three: Denver Broncos at Buffalo Bills – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
Broncos 3 10 3 0 16
Bills 0 13 7 6 26

at New Era Field, Orchard Park, New York

Game information

In their first road game of the season, the Broncos traveled to Orchard Park, New York to face the Buffalo Bills. After a 38-yard field goal by Broncos' placekicker Brandon McManus gave the Broncos the lead late in the first quarter, the Bills grabbed the lead, with a 2-yard touchdown from quarterback Tyrod Taylor to wide receiver Andre Holmes on a deflected pass. The Broncos responded, when running back Jamaal Charles eluded Bills' defenders for a 12-yard touchdown — Charles' first touchdown as a Bronco. The Broncos were attempting to add to their lead on their next possession, however, a 44-yard pass completion from quarterback Trevor Siemian to wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders was overturned by a Bills' challenge, as replay indicated that Sanders did not maintain full control of the football at the Bills' 44-yard line as cornerback Tre'Davious White knocked the ball out. McManus and Bills' placekicker Steven Hauschka proceeded to alternate field goals, with a 28-yarder by McManus giving the Broncos a 16–13 lead midway through the third quarter.[82]

However, the Broncos were held scoreless for the remainder of the game, and the Bills took the lead for good, with Taylor connecting with tight end Charles Clay on a 6-yard touchdown pass. A 53-yard field goal by Hauschka extended the Bills' lead to 23–16 early in the fourth quarter. The Broncos drove to as far as the Bills' 24-yard line on their first possession of the fourth quarter, however, Siemian was intercepted by White. Five plays later, the Broncos' defense forced an incomplete pass off Taylor at the Broncos' 46-yard line, hoping to receive the football back after a punt. However, linebacker Von Miller was flagged for an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty in which he offered to help Taylor off the turf, then pulled his hand back. After the Bills earned three first downs and forced the Broncos to use all of their team timeouts, Hauschka added a 27-yard field goal with 3:18 remaining in the game. The Broncos had one last offensive possession, but did not advance past the Bills' 42-yard line.[82]

Notes

Prior to this game, 32 Broncos' players decided to kneel during "The Star-Spangled Banner" after President Donald Trump made comments about the national anthem protests two days prior.[83]

Week 4: vs. Oakland Raiders[edit]

Week Four: Oakland Raiders at Denver Broncos – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
Raiders 0 7 0 3 10
Broncos 10 0 6 0 16

at Sports Authority Field at Mile High, Denver, Colorado

Game information

On the Broncos' second possession of the game, quarterback Trevor Siemian connecting on a 22-yard touchdown pass to tight end A. J. Derby. After forcing a Raiders' punt, Isaiah McKenzie returned a punt 64 yards to the Raiders' 15-yard line, but is was nullified by an illegal block penalty on Kasim Edebali. The Broncos marched down the field from their own 11-yard line to the Raiders' 6-yard line, but could not take advantage of the red zone opportunity, settling instead for a 28-yard field goal by placekicker Brandon McManus. After each team exchanged punts on their next two possessions, the Raiders got on the scoreboard late in the second quarter, with a 5-play, 99-yard drive, culminating in a 16-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Derek Carr to wide receiver Johnny Holton. McManus added a pair of field goals — from 36 and 46 yards out — to increase the Broncos' lead to 16–7. Late in the third quarter, Carr left the game due to a back injury, and backup quarterback EJ Manuel took over. The Broncos failed to take advantage of yet another red zone opportunity early in the fourth quarter, as a 29-yard field goal attempt by McManus hit the left upright. Following another exchange of punts, the Raiders narrowed the Broncos' lead to 16–10, with a 38-yard field goal by placekicker Giorgio Tavecchio with 5:27 left in the game. After the Broncos went three-and-out, the Raiders had one last possession with 4:16 remaining in the game, and reached the Broncos' 36-yard line at the 2-minute warning. After a false start penalty pushed the Raiders back five yards, a long pass attempt from Manuel intended for wide receiver Amari Cooper was intercepted by safety Justin Simmons, sealing the win for the Broncos. The Broncos' defense limited Marshawn Lynch to just 20 yards rushing on nine attempts.[84]

Week 6: vs. New York Giants[edit]

Week Six: New York Giants at Denver Broncos – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
Giants 3 14 3 3 23
Broncos 0 3 0 7 10

at Sports Authority Field at Mile High, Denver, Colorado

Game information

The Broncos' rush defense, which allowed a combined 95 yards in their first four games, surrendered 148 yards in a stunning home loss to the Giants, while the offense rushed for only 46 yards, after averaging 143 yards in the previous four games. Quarterback Trevor Siemian threw two interceptions, one of which was returned for a touchdown by Giants' cornerback Janoris Jenkins, while placekicker Brandon McManus missed a 33-yard field goal and had another attempt blocked. The Broncos' offensive woes in the red zone continued, scoring only one touchdown out of four opportunities. Backup quarterback Brock Osweiler saw brief action late in the first half, after Siemian sprained his shoulder on a diving attempt, as he unsuccessfully tried to prevent Jenkins from reaching the end zone after an interception.[85]

Notes:

The Broncos wore their alternate all-navy blue jerseys for this game.[86] Wide receiver Demaryius Thomas reached 8,000 career receiving yards.[87]

Week 7: at Los Angeles Chargers[edit]

Week Seven: Denver Broncos at Los Angeles Chargers – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
Broncos 0 0 0 0 0
Chargers 0 0 0 0 0

at StubHub Center, Carson, California

Game information

Standings[edit]

Division[edit]

AFC West
W L T PCT DIV CONF PF PA STK
Kansas City Chiefs 5 2 0 .714 1–1 3–2 207 161 W1
Denver Broncos 3 2 0 .600 2–0 2–1 108 97 L1
Oakland Raiders 3 4 0 .429 1–2 3–3 155 153 W1
Los Angeles Chargers 2 4 0 .333 1–2 1–3 116 131 W2

Conference[edit]

AFC
# Team Division W L T PCT DIV CONF SOS SOV STK
Division leaders
1 Kansas City Chiefs West 5 2 0 .714 1–1 3–2 .571 .586 L2
2[a] Pittsburgh Steelers North 4 2 0 .667 2–0 3–1 .459 .480 W1
3[a] New England Patriots East 4 2 0 .667 1–0 2–1 .571 .500 W2
4[b] Tennessee Titans South 3 3 0 .500 2–1 2–3 .486 .471 W1
Wild Cards
5[c][d] Buffalo Bills East 3 2 0 .600 1–0 2–1 .556 .563 L1
6[d][e] Miami Dolphins East 3 2 0 .600 0–1 2–1 .500 .471 W2
In the hunt
7[c][e] Denver Broncos West 3 2 0 .600 2–0 2–1 .379 .389 L1
8[b][f][g][h] Jacksonville Jaguars South 3 3 0 .500 1–1 3–2 .556 .556 L1
9[f][i] Baltimore Ravens North 3 3 0 .500 2–1 3–2 .389 .278 L1
10[g][i][j] New York Jets East 3 3 0 .500 1–2 3–3 .457 .353 L1
11[b][h][i][j] Houston Texans South 3 3 0 .500 1–1 3–3 .472 .294 W1
12 Oakland Raiders West 3 4 0 .429 1–2 3–3 .537 .579 W1
13 Cincinnati Bengals North 2 3 0 .400 1–1 2–2 .448 .273 W2
14[k] Indianapolis Colts South 2 4 0 .333 0–1 1–1 .371 .000 L1
15[k] Los Angeles Chargers West 2 4 0 .333 1–2 1–3 .556 .308 W2
16 Cleveland Browns North 0 6 0 .000 0–3 0–6 .486 .000 L6
Tiebreakers[l]
  1. ^ a b Pittsburgh wins tie break over New England based on best win percentage in conference games.
  2. ^ a b c Tennessee wins tie break over Jacksonville and Houston based on best win percentage in division games.
  3. ^ a b Buffalo wins tie break over Denver based on head-to-head win percentage. Division tie break was initially used to eliminate Miami (see below).
  4. ^ a b Buffalo wins tie break over Miami based on best win percentage in division games.
  5. ^ a b Miami wins tie break over Denver based on best win percentage in common games.
  6. ^ a b Jacksonville wins tie break over Baltimore based on head-to-head win percentage.
  7. ^ a b Jacksonville wins tie break over NY Jets based on best win percentage in conference games. Division tie break was initially used to eliminate Houston (see below).
  8. ^ a b Jacksonville wins tie break over Houston based on head-to-head win percentage.
  9. ^ a b c Baltimore wins tie break over NY Jets and Houston based on best win percentage in conference games.
  10. ^ a b NY Jets wins tie break over Houston based on best win percentage in common games.
  11. ^ a b Indianapolis wins tie break over Los Angeles based on best win percentage in conference games.
  12. ^ When breaking ties for three or more teams under the NFL's rules, they are first broken within divisions, then comparing only the highest ranked remaining team from each division.

Statistics[edit]

Team leaders[edit]

Category Player(s) Value
Passing yards Trevor Siemian 1264
Passing touchdowns Trevor Siemian 8
Rushing yards C. J. Anderson 347
Rushing touchdowns three players tied 1
Receptions Demaryius Thomas 28
Receiving yards Demaryius Thomas 380
Receiving touchdowns Bennie Fowler III
Emmanuel Sanders
2
Points Brandon McManus 36
Kickoff return yards Cody Latimer 142
Punt return yards Isaiah McKenzie 139
Tackles Brandon Marshall 35
Sacks Von Miller 5
Forced fumbles 0
Interceptions four players tied 1

Team statistics updated through Week 6.
Source for this section: Denver Broncos' official website.[88]

League rankings[edit]

Offense
Category Value NFL rank
(out of 32)
Total yards 355.4 YPG 12th
Yards per play 5.2 18th
Rushing yards 123.6 YPG 9th
Yards per rush 4.2 14th
Passing yards 231.8 YPG 14th
Yards per pass 7.1 16th
Total touchdowns 12 T–20th
Rushing touchdowns 3 T–19th
Receiving touchdowns 8 T–16th
Scoring 21.6 PPG 16th
Pass completions 110/180 (.611) 23rd
Third downs 33/77 (.429) T–9th
First downs per game 21 9th
Possession average 31:60 4th
Fewest sacks allowed 17 T–21st
Turnover differential –5 28th
Fewest penalties 32 T–3rd
Fewest penalty yardage 288 6th
Defense
Category Value NFL rank
(out of 32)
Total yards 261.8 YPG 1st
Yards per play 4.5 2nd
Rushing yards 70.2 YPG 2nd
Yards per rush 3 2nd
Passing yards 191.6 YPG 6th
Yards per pass 6.3 6th
Total touchdowns 10 6th
Rushing touchdowns 0 1st
Receiving touchdowns 9 T–14th
Scoring 19.4 PPG 8th
Pass completions 104/163 (.638) 20th
Third downs 18/68 (.265) 2nd
First downs per game 14.4 1st
Sacks 13 T–18th
Forced fumbles 0 32nd
Fumble recoveries 0 T–30th
Interceptions 4 T–18th
Fewest penalties 32 5th
Fewest penalty yardage 330 15th
Special Teams
Category Value NFL rank
(out of 32)
Kickoff returns 28.6 YPR 3rd
Punt returns 9.7 YPR 12th
Gross punting 45.7 YPP 16th
Net punting 41 YPP 17th
Kickoff coverage 25.2 YPR 26th
Punt coverage 9.1 YPR 19th

League statistics updated through Week 6.
Source for this section: NFL.com.[89]

Milestone watch[edit]

Entering Week 7:

  • Wide receiver Demaryius Thomas has 52 career touchdowns and 8,084 career receiving yards,[92] both of which rank third in Broncos' franchise history — behind Shannon Sharpe (55 touchdowns and 8,439 yards) and Rod Smith (68 touchdowns and 11,389 yards). Thomas needs four touchdowns and 356 yards to surpass Sharpe for second on the Broncos' all-time lists for for career touchdowns and receiving yards, respectively.[87][93]

Awards and honors[edit]

Recipient Award(s)
C. J. Anderson Week 2: FedEx Ground Player of the Week[94]
Trevor Siemian Week 2: FedEx Air Player of the Week[94]

Other news and notes[edit]

On July 24, John Elway, the team's executive vice president/general manager since 2011, received a five-year contract extension from the Broncos that will run through the 2021 season. In addition, Elway was promoted from executive vice president to president of football operations.[95]

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