Denver Broncos Audio Zone: First & 10 @ Ten
First & 10 @ Ten
Horsin' Around: 49ers postgame
"This loss defies description," as Andrew Mason says in the opening moments. But he and Ryan Edwards of "First and Ten at Ten" on Orange and Blue 760 take a swing at analyzing it anyway, as they deconstruct all that went awry for the Broncos in their 20-14 loss to the 49ers.
David Bruton Jr. breaks down the state of Denver's defense
Bruton discussed how the secondary must adapt and how Chris Harris Jr.'s injury will affect communication in the defensive backfield in a conversation with Steve Atwater, Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards on Thursday.
Broncos Audio Zone: Bradley Roby and what's next without Emmanuel Sanders
"Where do we go from here?" That's the question in Broncos Country after Sanders' Achilles tendon injury. Andrew Mason and Justin Adams offer answers for how the offense can compensate and adapt. Then, Mason, Steve Atwater and Ryan Edwards talk to Roby (12:17), who must step up in the wake of Chris Harris Jr.'s fibula injury.
Mason's Week 14 Power Rankings: Broncos into top dozen
Despite a loss, New Orleans kept its top spot. But how far did the Broncos rise after their third straight win -- and where do the other teams in the AFC West sit? Find out in Andrew Mason's power rankings -- with some analysis from Ring of Famer Steve Atwater.
Horsin' Around: Bengals postgame with Justin Simmons
Can the Broncos talk playoffs yet? How did they overcome injuries in Sunday's win? And how will Justin Simmons handle the type of multi-faceted role as safety and slot cornerback he had in Cincinnati? Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards break it down in the postgame podcast.
Horsin' Around: Bengals pregame with Derek Wolfe
On a cold weekend in Colorado, pour yourself a ladle of Broncos chatter as hot as a fresh bowl of Cincinnati's chili -- which Andrew Mason and Andy Lindahl discuss (3:54) before getting into the Bengals -- "and a wounded animal is the most dangerous," as Mason warns at 8:50. At 16:45, they discuss the impact of A.J. Green's return -- and how Tyler Boyd could be the Cincinnati WR with the biggest impact on the game. Finally, Mason, Steve Atwater and Ryan Edwards catch up with Derek Wolfe (28:55), who at 33:10 talks about how his motivation in this game is to win it for NT Domata Peko Sr. Be sure and subscribe to the Broncos Audio Zone in iTunes!
Broncos Audio Zone: Garett Bolles, Shelby Harris and Justin Simmons
We go inside the locker room as we take a mid-week trip into the Broncos Audio Zone. First, Steve Atwater, Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards talk with Garett Bolles (0:30), who touches on how technique improvements have helped him get better in recent weeks (3:25). At 7:41, Justin Adams and Brandon Krisztal talk with Shelby Harris, and at 14:45, Justin Simmons joins Ray Crockett and Marc Stout.
Mason's Power Rankings: Broncos move up a notch
The Broncos moved up to No. 15 following their win over Pittsburgh -- which had the biggest tumble within the top half of the league. Find out where everyone in the league stacks up in Mase's crunch-the-numbers rankings!
Horsin' Around: Steelers postgame with Matt LaCosse
The Broncos were outgained by 219 yards Sunday. So how did they win? Andrew Mason, Ryan Edwards and Justin Adams of Orange and Blue 760 break it all down and analyze what Sunday's 24-17 win over Pittsburgh could mean. At 25:56, Mase and Ryan talk with Matt LaCosse about his first regular-season touchdown, the celebration that followed and the offense's improvement at avoiding turnovers.
Horsin' Around: River Cracraft, Shelby Harris, Steelers and holiday leftovers
We've got another stuffed cornucopia of a podcast for you on Thanksgiving weekend! First, new first-team punt returner River Cracraft joins Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards (1:00) to talk about his readiness for the role. Then they check in with Shelby Harris (6:54), who explains the key to disrupting Ben Roethlisberger (8:28). Finally, Andy Lindahl joins Mase to talk Steelers, defense in the current era and their love of canned jellied cranberry sauce -- which is shared by Case Keenum (10:26).
John Elway: 'Tremendous job' by young O-linemen Turner, Wilkinson and McGovern
Elway discussed the play of young interior offensive linemen Elijah Wilkinson, Connor McGovern and Billy Turner, noting that the team "might have our best combination" in the lineup. He also touched on other topics with Steve Atwater, Ryan Edwards and Andrew Mason.
Mason's Week 12 Power Rankings: Colts sprinting up
There was minimal change at the top -- the Saints remained No. 1 while the Rams and Chiefs changed spots after Monday night's thriller. The Colts were among the big risers -- moving up five spots -- but the Broncos also rose three positions. Where did everyone shake out? Find out as Andrew Mason, Steve Atwater and Ryan Edwards break down the league from No. 1 to No. 32 (Arizona).
Broncos Audio Zone: Game balls and Billy Turner
There were plenty of plaudits to go around from the Broncos' win over the Chargers, and they start with the offensive line, which allowed just three pressures and no sacks. Andrew Mason, Steve Atwater and Ryan Edwards break it all down before handing the reins to Justin Adams and Brandon Krisztal, who catch up with Turner in the locker room.
Horsin' Around: What's next on the OL, Adam Gotsis and Shaquil Barrett
Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards of Orange and Blue 760 get things started with a preview of Sunday's game, starting with the impact of Max Garcia's season-ending torn ACL (2:00). They also discuss how the Broncos don't simply need to start fast, but do better in the mid-game stretches that have doomed the team (8:11). Ryan and Mase then exchange "Star Trek" and "Star Wars" quotes to talk about how a win would keep hope alive (19:53). Then, Mase and Ring of Famer Steve Atwater go to the locker room to discuss the challenges posed by the Chargers with DE Adam Gotsis (20:40), who explains how the Broncos are better than their record. Finally, Mase, Steve and Ryan talk with OLB Shaquil Barrett (28:19) about what to expect from the Chargers this Sunday, including run plays "that they've never run against us before."
Broncos Audio Zone: DaeSean Hamilton, Colby Wadman and Shane Ray
Andrew Mason, Steve Atwater and Ryan Edwards take you inside the locker room to catch up with a pair of young Broncos. First up is WR DaeSean Hamilton; at 0:51, Hamilton explains that his knee "felt good" during his first practice since he suffered the injury at Arizona last month. The guys then talk with Colby Wadman at 6:00, who discusses how how some technical tweaks have helped his game (6:28) and how he focuses on his own play, rather than the returner to whom he's punting (7:53). Finally, Ray Crockett and Marc Stout of Crockett and Stout on Orange and Blue 760 talk with outside linebacker Shane Ray (10:00).
Mason's Week 11 Power Rankings: Saints rise to top
A 51-14 destruction of the Bengals gave the Saints the numbers to edge out the Chiefs and Rams for the top spot in Andrew Mason's rankings, which he discussed with Steve Atwater and Ryan Edwards on "First and Ten at Ten" Tuesday morning.
Safety Su'a Cravens: 'It was just a relief' to return to game action
Cravens joined Steve Atwater, Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards to talk about his return to game action and what the team needs to do to turn close losses into victories.
Horsin' Around at the bye: Rod Smith and Domata Peko Sr.
The Broncos have a bye, but there's no bye week for Andrew Mason and Andy Lindahl, who step up to the mics for the bye-week edition of Horsin' Around. At 1:52, Andy begins ranting about those who are writing off the rest of the season, which leads to Mase trying to explain the rationale of skeptics. "Can we not show up and hope?" an exasperated Andy declares at 7:30. At 19:00, Mase, Ryan Edwards and Steve Atwater catch up with Ring of Famer Rod Smith, who at 25:30 discusses what he wants to see Courtland Sutton do over the next seven weeks. Smith also discusses how Case Keenum "doesn't need to play outside of himself" to succeed and how the hurry-up offense can help Keenum (30:48). Finally, Mase, Steve and Ryan talk to Domata Peko Sr. (36:20) about where the team stands and how it can get some momentum after the bye. Subscribe to the Broncos Audio Zone in iTunes for all the latest Broncos podcasts!
Elijah Wilkinson prepares to 'play 150 percent every play'
As he prepares for the most extensive work of his NFL career in the wake of injuries to Ron Leary and Matt Paradis, Wilkinson discussed his progress in converting from tackle to guard and the opportunity in front of him in a conversation with Steve Atwater, Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards.
Mason's Power Rankings: Chiefs rise to top
The Chiefs moved up in the wake of the Rams' loss at New Orleans. The Broncos, despite their loss, moved up two spots. Meanwhile, Miami, despite its 5-4 mark, remains mired at 26th. Why? Find out here, and see why Steve Atwater and Ryan Edwards question Mase's rankings.
Catching up with TE Matt LaCosse
Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards of "First and Ten at Ten" on Orange and Blue 760 talked with LaCosse, who already has career highs for receptions (10) and yards (128), including his 44-yard catch-and-run against Houston last Sunday.
Horsin' Around: Texans postgame
In the wake of the Broncos' 19-17 loss to the Texans, Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards of "First and Ten at Ten" on Orange and Blue 760 break it all down.
Horsin' Around: Texans pregame and Jared Veldheer
It was another newsworthy week in Broncos Country -- and it leads to another potential turning-point game. Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards begin by sifting through the last few days (1:04) before moving on to the Texans, including a breakdown of QB Deshaun Watson (9:41). At 23:00, they pinpoint things the Broncos must do in order to win (besides scoring more points). At 25:46. they talk with Jared Veldheer as the nine-year veteran prepares to return from injury. Finally, Paul Klee of The Gazette in Colorado Springs drops into the Pat Bowlen Fieldhouse studio (32:16) for an expansive discussion of where the Broncos stand at midseason and in the wake of the Demaryius Thomas trade. Included in the chat is a pondering of where the Broncos might be without rookie RB Phillip Lindsay (1:09:16). Subscribe to the Broncos Audio Zone in iTunes and leave a review if you like what you hear!
Broncos Audio Zone: Shane Ray, Rod Smith and Steve Beuerlein
First up is OLB Shane Ray (0:45), who talks with Andrew Mason, Steve Atwater and Ryan Edwards about some key topics, including his recovery from an ankle injury (1:29) and what Demaryius Thomas means to him (2:04). Then, Ring of Fame WR Rod Smith joins Ray Crockett and Marc Stout (8:50) to share his thoughts on the Thomas trade (9:18), which he considers to be "bittersweet." Finally, former Broncos QB Steve Beuerlein joined Ray and Marc to talk about Sunday's game (27:00), which he will announce for CBS.
CB Chris Harris Jr. reflects on Thomas trade, looks ahead to facing him
"We've just got to try to keep that culture going, what D.T. set of hard work every day, speaking up like he did," he told Steve Atwater, Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards at the Broncos Drive for Life on Tuesday. Harris also looked ahead to the rest of the season.
Mason's Power Rankings: Broncos hold steady
The Rams remain at the top, the Broncos are still No. 18. Who landed where after Week 8? Find out in the latest rankings as Mason, Steve Atwater and Ryan Edwards break down the league.
Broncos Audio Zone: Devontae Booker, hat tips and cap throws
In the Tuesday roundup, we've got running back Devontae Booker with Brandon Krisztal and Justin Adams (0:21), our weekly breakdown of standouts and frustrating moments in the tip-your-cap (5:06) and throw-your-hat (17:30) segments, and finally, NFL Network's Ian Rapoport to discuss trade-deadline possibilities (32:56) with Andy Lindahl and Tyler Polumbus.
Horsin' Around: Chiefs postgame
As was the case two weeks earlier against the Rams, a late Broncos surge was not enough. Penalties, turnovers and a 30-7 Chiefs run in the middle of the game combined to doom the Broncos to defeat. Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards of Orange and Blue 760 disseminate the defeat, how it happened and what it means -- including a number that made Edwards say, "Wow," in disbelief. They also answer some listener questions about the game and what it could mean. Don't forget to subscribe to the Broncos Audio Zone in iTunes!
Horsin' Around: Chiefs pregame and Will Parks
With Darian Stewart out, Will Parks is expected to start, and he joins Andrew Mason, Steve Atwater and Andrew Mason for a locker-room conversation (30:50). Before that, Mason and Orange and Blue 760's Andy Lindahl drift around before talking about the Chiefs game. The meanderings include a failed attempt to get a toddler-age Broncos fan on the podcast (5:32) -- he turned and ran -- before they finally convince Broncos TV's Matt Boyer (17:25) and Orange and Blue 760's Ryan Edwards (25:50) to join them, with Edwards discussing the notion of looking at the next four games as a cluster in which a 2-2 record could put the Broncos in position to contend for the playoffs. Subscribe to the Broncos Audio Zone in iTunes and leave a rating if you like what you hear!
Broncos Audio Zone: Shelby Harris and CBS' Rich Gannon
A conversation with defensive lineman Shelby Harris (0:34) and Marc Stout and Ray Crockett's chat with former NFL quarterback and current CBS analyst Rich Gannon (7:33) highlight this trip into the Broncos Audio Zone. Also featured are sound bites from backup QB Kevin Hogan on how his skill set fits the Broncos' scheme (5:50) and his thoughts on the decision to waive Chad Kelly (6:26), which moved Hogan up to the No. 2 spot behind Case Keenum. The show wraps up with analyst Mike Renner of Pro Football Focus joining Andrew Mason, Steve Atwater and Ryan Edwards (21:22) to talk about how the Broncos can play Patrick Mahomes (23:17) and Bradley Roby's chances of sustaining his strong form from Week 7 (25:27). Subscribe to the Broncos Audio Zone in iTunes and leave feedback if you like what you hear!
Mason's power rankings: Broncos the big risers
The Broncos are the biggest risers in Mason's stat-based Power Rankings after their romp over the Cardinals. How much did they move up? Where do the Chiefs stand heading into Sunday's duel with the Broncos? And who brings up the rear? Find out in the Week 8 Power Rankings as Mason breaks down where the teams stand with Ring of Famer Steve Atwater and Ryan Edwards.
Broncos Audio Zone: Justin Simmons and Shamarko Thomas
We open Chiefs week by catching up with Simmons, who lined up in the slot on some plays last Thursday, and Thomas, whose thunderous tackles on first-quarter kickoff returns set the tone for the Broncos' rout of the Cardinals. Finally, Marc Stout and Ray Crockett of Orange and Blue 760 talk about the Chiefs' fast start with Kansas City's former head coach, Dick Vermeil.
Broncos Audio Zone: October 16
The Broncos' shortest work week of the season is under way, and we've got you covered in the Audio Zone. First, Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards talk to DL Zach Kerr about the defensive struggles and their hopes for a rebound (0:30). Andrew and Ryan are then joined by Steve Atwater as they tip their caps to last Sunday's standouts (4:35) -- including Courtland Sutton -- and throw their hats about what went wrong (11:41). Voice of the Broncos Dave Logan then breaks down where the Broncos stand as he joins Steve, Ryan and Andrew in the studio (22:15). Subscribe to the Broncos Audio Zone in iTunes and leave a review if you like what you hear!
Horsin' Around: Rams postgame
Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards of Orange and Blue 760 break down what went wrong in the Broncos' 23-20 loss to the Rams, what comes next and what the Broncos can take from the defeat that could make them better.
Horsin' Around: Billy Turner, Rams preview and more
The Broncos' season is at a crucial point, and we've got a jam-packed pregame podcast to get you ready for Sunday's game. First, Andrew Mason, Steve Atwater and Ryan Edwards talk with Billy Turner (0:52), who will step in once again for Jared Veldheer at right tackle. Turner also talks about his practice duels in Miami with Rams DL Ndamukong Suh (4:26) and how he thinks those can help him. Then, the three catch up with rookie WR DaeSean Hamilton to talk about the offense, Hamilton's role and how he continues to improve and grow (6:09). Next up to break down the Rams and discuss Broncos QB Case Keenum is Fox Sports' Jen Hale (14:26), who will be the sideline reporter on Sunday's telecast. Finally, Edwards and Mason return to break down Denver's potential paths to victory (27:22). Subscribe to the Broncos Audio Zone on iTunes and give a review if you like what you hear!
Broncos Audio Zone: Catching up with Isaac Yiadom
Thursday's trip into the Broncos Audio Zone begins with Steve Atwater, Ryan Edwards and Andrew Mason talking to rookie CB Isaac Yiadom, whose responsibilities have increased in recent weeks (0:39). Then, Ray Crockett and Marc Stout of Orange and Blue 760 talk with ILB Brandon Marshall about his foundation and the state of the defense (5:42). Then, Steve, Mase and Ryan go inside the numbers with Mike Renner of Pro Football Focus (21:15). Be sure and subscribe to the Broncos Audio Zone in iTunes and leave a review if you like what you hear!
Mason's Week 6 power rankings: Rams sit at top
The Rams, who will visit Denver on Sunday, still lead the way. The Broncos, meanwhile, fell nine spots after their 34-16 loss to the Jets last Sunday. Find out where everyone stacks up in Mase's by-the-numbers rankings.
Broncos Audio Zone: October 9
This trip into the Broncos Audio Zone starts with Voice of the Broncos Dave Logan joining Andrew Mason, Ryan Edwards and Steve Atwater to analyze the loss to the Jets (0:21). At 6:53, it's time to throw our hats -- because "I think we all need it," as Ryan says -- and find out what were the most exasperating moments of the Week 5 loss. Finally, at 11:36, Ray Crockett and Marc Stout check in with OLB Shaquil Barrett for a look back and a look ahead to see how the Broncos can fix what ails their defense.
Horsin' Around: Jets aftermath
Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards take a look back at the Broncos' third consecutive loss and examine where the team can go from here as two unbeaten teams loom in the next three weeks. Subscribe to the Broncos Audio Zone on iTunes, and be sure to leave a review if you like what you hear!
Horsin' Around: Getting to know Colby Wadman
With Marquette King doubtful, Wadman is next in line. On the Jets pregame edition of Horsin' Around, Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards catch up with Wadman (1:00), who talks about how he gave himself three years to land an NFL gig. Wadman discusses how he stayed ready for an NFL chance (3:40), how he kept his morale up while waiting for a team's call (4:55) and the jobs he had to take in order to make ends meet while pursuing his punting dreams (6:11), including how he was poised to take another job before the Broncos called last week. Then, Orange and Blue 760's Andy Lindahl drops by to chat with Mase about teams that wear dozens of different uniforms (7:50). Mase then discusses his idea for using the NFL's 100th season in 2019 to allow scores of throwback uniforms (10:21) before they move on to Broncos-Jets (12:19), touching on the need to run the ball and the importance of this game to change the Broncos' recent road form. Finally, Edwards, Mason and Steve Atwater talk with Hall of Fame voter Gary Myers about the HoF chances for Atwater (35:28) and Owner Pat Bowlen (37:00). Subscribe to the Broncos Audio Zone on iTunes and leave a rating if you like what you hear!
Broncos Audio Zone, featuring Brandon Marshall
Andrew Mason, Steve Atwater and Ryan Edwards start by catching up with Brandon Marshall (0:49) to talk about the $50,000 donation he and the Broncos gave to kick-start a new endeavor of his Williams-Marshall Cares Leadership Program. Marshall also analyzes the Broncos' defensive work against the Chiefs (3:02), what the defense learned from the second-and-30 letdown (4:36) and what it will face in Jets QB Sam Darnold (6:22). Then, Mase gets into his power rankings (8:44) with Steve and Ryan before the three get distracted by the aftermath of Monday's missed delay-of-game call (10:49). At 12:30, Steve takes the discussion down another rabbit hole when he details his unusual dream, Finally, it's back to the power rankings (14:30), starting with the Rams at the top.
Horsin' Around: Broncos-Chiefs postgame
There's a lot to deconstruct in the wake of the Broncos' 27-23 defeat to the Chiefs in Week 4. Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards of Orange and Blue 760 break it all down.
Horsin' Around: Justin Simmons and Derek Wolfe
With the Chiefs and their high-flying offense coming to Denver, the focus is on the Broncos' defense. First, Andrew Mason and Steve Atwater talk with Derek Wolfe. At 1:01, Wolfe says he feels "great" after his neck problems of previous years. Wolfe also shares a story about his friendship with Chiefs TE Travis Kelce (4:48). At 7:36, Mase, Steve and Ryan Edwards talk with Justin Simmons about the Chiefs' attack (8:32), what makes Kelce so effective (12:19) and more. Finally, Andy Lindahl joins Mase (15:19) to discuss warm ales, clam candy canes and, finally, a preview of Monday night's game, including what to expect in the wake of Jake Butt's torn ACL. Don't forget to subscribe to the Broncos Audio Zone on iTunes, Stitcher, TuneIn or whatever podcast delivery method you prefer!
'Next man up' at tight end is Matt LaCosse
"You don't want [more playing time] in this circumstance, but it's next man up, and I have to play well for my team and my teammates," LaCosse told Ryan Edwards, Andrew Mason and Andy Lindahl on Saturday as he prepares for a bigger role in the wake of Jake Butt's torn ACL.
Broncos Audio Zone Daily: Preparing for the Chiefs challenge
Andrew Mason, Ryan Edwards and Steve Atwater begin by catching up with DE Adam Gotsis in the locker room to talk about the defense and what to expect Monday night (0:25). Then, they talk to Orange and Blue 760's Ray Crockett (9:42), who talks about how the cornerbacks are playing (10:18), what he think is the best way to cover Tyreek Hill (14:32) and what should be the top priority in defending the Chiefs (22:30).
Mason's Week 4 power rankings
Washington let Kirk Cousins go and traded for Alex Smith, and this week, Smith's team had the biggest jump (11 spots), while Cousins' Vikings had the longest fall (eight spots). Where did everyone shake out, including the Broncos after their loss? Find out as Andrew Mason reveals his Week 4 rankings -- with pithy commentary from Steve Atwater and Ryan Edwards.
Broncos Audio Zone Daily: September 25
First up is WR Courtland Sutton (0:18), who tells Brandon Krisztal and Justin Adams that there is no panic in the locker room after the first defeat of the 2018 regular season. Next, Arnie Stapleton of the Associated Press breaks down the Ravens loss with the "First and Ten at Ten" crew at 6:37. Finally, NFL Network's Ian Rapoport joins Andy Lindahl and Tyler Polumbus to break down the weekend around the league (20:57).
Horsin' Around: Dissecting the Ravens loss
Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards of Orange and Blue 760 break down what went right, what went wrong and what's next after the Broncos' 27-14 defeat to the Baltimore Ravens.
Horsin' Around: Ravens, Courtland Sutton and Simon Fletcher
First, Andrew Mason previews Broncos-Ravens with Paul Klee of The Gazette in Colorado Springs (0:55). Then at 28:30, Mason, Steve Atwater and Ryan Edwards talk to Courtland Sutton about several topics, including the progress of the offense (29:18) and what he's learned about film study (31:50). Finally, Mason, Atwater and Edwards visit with Ring of Famer Simon Fletcher (38:01), who shares his thoughts on penalties like the one called on Green Bay's Clay Matthews last Sunday (41:55), saying, "If something doesn't change with calls like that, football is going to be ruined as we know it."
Broncos Audio Zone Daily: Bradley Chubb and a look at the Ravens
Bradley Chubb chased down Lamar Jackson in the ACC. Now he might have the chance to do it again Sunday. Andrew Mason, Ryan Edwards and Steve Atwater caught up with Chubb in the locker room (0:20). After that, the focus turns to Baltimore and an expansive conversation about all things Ravens with Jerry Coleman of 105.7 the Fan in Baltimore (8:23). At 23:59, Coleman explains why Week 3 is a "must-win" for Baltimore.
Mason's Week 3 Power Rankings
From the top (Rams) to the bottom (Bills) and everywhere in between (including the Broncos, of course), here's the only power rankings you'll need after two regular-season games.
Broncos Audio Zone Daily: September 18
Andrew Mason, Steve Atwater and Ryan Edwards begin the show by giving out their game balls for the Broncos' win over Oakland (0:22). Then, Marc Stout and Ray Crockett talk to OLB Shaquil Barrett about his blocked PAT (16:50). Finally, Andy Lindahl and Tyler Polumbus go around the league with NFL Network's Ian Rapoport (21:45).
Horsin' Around: Raiders postgame
The Broncos are 2-0 by the skin of their teeth after a 20-19 win over Oakland. Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards break down the good and bad of the game. The good, of course, included special teams, so Mason caught up with kicker Brandon McManus (21:20) and outside linebacker Shaquil Barrett (22:37), the two men whose special-teams plays made all the difference.
Horsin' Around: Raiders week edition
What does Raiders Week mean today? Andrew Mason and Andy Lindahl get into that, beginning at 0:40. At 3:30. they get into where the Raiders stand now and advise caution into reading too much into Oakland's Week 1 loss. Later, at 19:20 Mason, Steve Atwater and Ryan Edwards talk the Broncos-Raiders rivalry -- past and present -- with Ring of Famer Billy Thompson.
Demaryius Thomas: Sky's the limit for offense
"If we can can continue to go out and do that each and every week, we can be a dangerous team," Thomas said when he joined Steve Atwater, Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards on "First and Ten at Ten" after practice Friday.
"First and Ten at Ten" picks the Week 2 games
Steve Atwater, Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards make their Week 2 picks.
'A good amount of sanity' from Broncos TV's Phil Milani
Milani delivered some salient points as he joined Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards for an 18-minute conversation Thursday. They touched on a handful of topics, including Milani's "Out Route" interview with RT Jared Veldheer, the progress of RB Phillip Lindsay and Jimmy Garoppolo's 49ers contract.
The view from Oakland: Talking Raiders with Michael Gehlken
The Raiders beat writer for the Las Vegas Review-Journal joined Steve Atwater, Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards to discuss the Raiders' myriad roster moves, the return of WR Martavis Bryant after he was cut and the outlook for the Raiders going forward.
Broncos Audio Zone Daily: September 13
Andrew Mason, Steve Atwater and Ryan Edwards begin by catching up with CB Adam Jones (0:30). Then, Andy Lindahl and Tyler Polumbus talk with WR Emmanuel Sanders about his Week 1 performance, his front flip and the positive attributes of Case Keenum. Finally, Pro Football Focus analyst Mike Renner joins Mason, Atwater and Edwards to discuss the Broncos' Week 1 performance (12:05).
Brent Musburger talks Broncos-Raiders
The Raiders' play-by-play radio announcer and legendary broadcaster discussed the Raiders' trade of Khalil Mack and how Las Vegas is embracing the Raiders in advance of their 2020 move in his conversation with Steve Atwater, Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards.
Mason's Week 2 power rankings
The Rams are at the top; the Bills are at the bottom. The Broncos are somewhere in between. Where? Andrew Mason tells you as he breaks down his power rankings with Steve Atwater and Ryan Edwards.
Horsin' Around: Broncos-Seahawks postgame
Ryan Edwards of Orange and Blue 760 joins Andrew Mason to break down the Broncos' 27-24 win over Seattle. They discuss how the win showed that the team had "turned the page" from 2017 (1:50). Later, Mase catches up with safeties Will Parks (22:44) and Justin Simmons, who picked off a pass Sunday (26:55).
WR DaeSean Hamilton: Seahawks DBs still have same identity
Seattle's defensive backs have changed, but WR DaeSean Hamilton said after studying the film, he sees plenty of similarities to what they were in the Legion of Boom's salad days. "The people they've plugged in keep the same identity and play[ing] style," Hamilton told Steve Atwater, Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards.
Kevin Hogan: 'This team practices harder than any team I've been around'
"There's no balls on the ground. Everyone's hustling. The receivers are downfield blocking," the Broncos' newest quarterback told Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards in a conversation at the end of his first week as a Bronco. "That brings more energy out of you."
Breaking it down with Matt Boyer
Broncos TV's Matt Boyer dropped by the studio at the Pat Bowlen Fieldhouse to discuss the upcoming season and what he expects to see against the Seahawks. You can listen to Broncos TV's personalities every Thursday at 10:20 a.m. MT on Orange and Blue 760!
Broncos Audio Zone Daily: September 6
The countdown to Seattle is on. First, Andrew Mason talks with Shane Ray about expectations for the Broncos' 2018 defense (0:38). Next, Mike Renner of Pro Football Focus joins Mason and the rest of the "First and Ten at Ten" crew for his weekly breakdown (7:40). Ray Crockett and Marc Stout then catch up with Fox Sports' Dick Stockton (21:32) before we reach the nexus of the Brandon Marshall universe (33:41). You can subscribe to the Broncos Audio Zone on iTunes, Stitcher, TuneIn or other podcast apps right now!
Broncos Audio Zone Daily: September 4
Start your work week off by finding out how pass protection helped RBs Royce Freeman and Phillip Lindsay earn prominent roles, with Freeman getting the starting nod (0:32). Then, Andrew Mason catches up with safety Dymonte Thomas, who explains what he had to do to learn the dime LB role on the fly (2:16). Thomas also reveals how Todd Davis helped him, which is the kind of act that made Davis a defensive captain (6:19). Finally, Mason and Paul Klee of The Gazette in Colorado Springs discuss how and why they expect the 2018 Broncos to be far different than the 2017 edition (13:19).
Horsin' Around: Diving into the Broncos' roster moves
Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards of Orange and Blue 760 break down the moves the Broncos made Saturday to get down to 53 players, starting with the decision to keep QB Paxton Lynch (0:47), some of the toughest cuts on the roster (3:22), the decision to keep three running backs (6:40) and their confidence level in specific position groups (17:39).
Ring of Famer Karl Mecklenburg on helmet rule, Bradley Chubb
Mecklenburg dropped by the Orange and Blue 760 studio Wednesday to share his thoughts on the NFL's new lowering-the-helmet rule and how this year's rookie class evokes memories of the 1983 rookie class provided an immediate jolt to the team.
Broncos Audio Zone Daily: Aug. 28
Andrew Mason, Steve Atwater and Ryan Edwards start it off by catching up with RB De'Angelo Henderson (0:30), who faces a key game Thursday night in the preseason finale. Mason then explains why he was so impressed with one comment from QB Chad Kelly on Tuesday (3:29). Finally, at 5:32, Mason, Atwater and Edwards take their shot at guessing the 53-man roster in a segment from "First and Ten at Ten."
Simon Fletcher expects Bradley Chubb to 'do great things'
The Broncos' all-time sack leader and Ring of Famer joined Andrew Mason, Steve Atwater and Ryan Edwards on Tuesday to share his thoughts on Bradley Chubb and the NFL's rules change regarding lowering the helmet.
Horsin' Around: Standouts against Washington
Andrew Mason, Ryan Edwards and Justin Adams of Orange and Blue 760 hopped into the studio on Saturday morning to share their postgame observations after the Broncos got their first win of the 2018 preseason. They also take a look at potential roster battles that will be on the line in the preseason finale at Arizona.
TE Jake Butt: Working to perfect his blocking
Butt joined the "First and Ten at Ten" crew to talk about his training camp and how he's worked to improve his blocking against the Broncos' deep complement of edge rushers.
Broncos Audio Zone Daily: Aug. 14, 2018
It's all about tight ends -- past and present. We start by catching up with Jeff Heuerman (0:37) to find out why OC Bill Musgrave thought he was the fastest player on the field Tuesday. At 6:37, it's on to backup Matt LaCosse, who scored a TD last Saturday, but almost lost the ball in the lights. Finally, Marc Stout and Ray Crockett visit with former Broncos team captain Daniel Graham (17:02).