Ben and Mase talk about tempering expectations for Brock Osweiler's first start as he prepares for the Bears defense. Football aside, they discuss two of the best comedies set in Chicago: Home Alone and National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation.
Ben and Mase discuss what went wrong against Indy, what they can do to bounce back against the Chiefs and the #PositiveLiving of Omar Bolden.
Ben and Mase discuss the trade that nearly was, the addition of Vernon Davis, and delve into analysis of what the Colts have done well and why they're 3-5.
Ben and Mase discuss Broncos Owner Pat Bowlen's impact on the franchise and the NFL, as well as the matchup between the undefeated Broncos and Packers.
Ben and Mase take a look at the Broncos' Week 6 matchup against the Browns and how division races are already taking shape.
Ben and Mase look at how the Raiders have improved after their 3-13 season, and how Director of Analytics Mitch Tanney has made an impact on the Broncos.
Ben and Mase discuss the team as the Broncos head into their Week 4 game against the Vikings.
Ben and Mase take a look at Sunday's game, which features spectacular matchups, and they also delve into the Steelers' early confidence in going for two-point conversions.
Well, it's all been building to this: The NFL season begins Thursday night and Broncos' season begins Sunday. How prepared is the Broncos' offensive line and how dangerous are the Ravens? Ben and Mase delve into the matchup and more.
Ben and Mase prepare for the final preseason game of 2015 and the implications it could have for the second roster cut-down.
Peyton Manning chatted about some funny moments with former coach Tom Moore and saving rookie Trevor Siemian from the team's "barber's chair."
On this week's podcast, Ben and Mase discuss how Evan Mathis adds to the Broncos' offensive line, how Brandon McManus made a change to inspire confidence and the tough challenge roster cuts pose.
Ben and Mase discuss the changes the Broncos have implemented as they prepare for their first preseason game of the year in Seattle.
Ben and Mase give their thoughts on training camp and Tom Jackson's broadcasting accolades, and then they go off the tracks talking about the worst movies filmed in North Carolina (and a couple good ones).
Ben and Mase begin talking about how the rookies will adjust to training camp and wind up finishing with a conversation about Slamball.
Ben and Mase focus on Demaryius Thomas' new five-year contract, where they go from here and get just a little sidetracked talking about Frasier.
Offensive lineman Ben Garland stops by the studio to talk about the progress up front and his first job doing demolition in high school. Hosts Ben and Mase discuss the supplemental draft and more.
Ben and Mase begin this week's podcast with analysis of the running back corps for camp. Then they dive headfirst into the world of NBA free agency and the difference between it and other sports leagues.
The Broncos finished their OTAs and Ben and Mase are here to break down how the team is putting the pieces together before training camp starts. And they just happen to talk about the top football moments in the Simpsons.
Ben and Mase discuss who impressed at minicamp and what takeaways they drew about position competitions. In the second segment, Allie and Christine talk about the ideas they've spearheaded for DenverBroncos.com.