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As the Broncos arrive at the team hotel in Arizona, safety Darian Stewart talks with Broncos TV about how he got ready for the Cardinals on a short week.
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Dave Logan hops in studio to open the show by catching up with President of Football Operations/General Manager John Elway about the state of the team after six games. The "First and Ten at Ten" crew then steps in to tell you what to watch for when the Broncos and Cardinals battle Thursday. Then, Logan returns to offer his pre-game insight with Andy Lindahl and Tyler Polumbus.
We put the Broncos and Cardinals in our Madden '19 simulation to find out how this week's game might play out in Arizona.
Chubb's three-sack game against the Rams not only earned him the Ultimate Performance award for Week 6, but it helped him establish his legitimacy as one of the league's best young pass rushers.
Voice of the Broncos Dave Logan starts the show by chatting with Head Coach Vance Joseph about where the team stands during this short week. The "First and Ten at Ten" crew follows by tipping its caps to players who stood out in the loss to the Rams, led by Bradley Chubb. The show wraps with Emmanuel Sanders
Inside linebacker Todd Davis answers your questions about who the best player he's ever faced is and how he views his leadership role with the team.
Andy Lindahl and Tyler Polumbus review the Broncos' Week 6 loss with QB Case Keenum, and the "First and Ten at Ten" gang looks back at the frustrating moments in Sunday's game that made them throw their hats.
We had the volume turned all the way up on wide receiver Demaryius Thomas during Denver's game against the Rams.
Go inside the radio booth as Dave Logan calls Darian Stewart's interception of Rams quarterback Jared Goff and Courtland Sutton's deep fourth-quarter reception.
Outside linebacker Bradley Chubb had three sacks against the Los Angeles Rams, the most a rookie has had in one game since 2015.
Broncos players react to a close loss at home to the Los Angeles Rams and look ahead to Thursday night's game in Arizona.
Outside linebacker Bradley Chubb comes off the edge for his third sack of the game against the Rams.
Wide receiver Courtland Sutton spins to make a dramatic 41-yard catch on a pass from quarterback Case Keenum.
Wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders reaches across the goal line for a 22-yard touchdown on a pass from quarterback Case Keenum.
Safety Darian Stewart intercepts Rams quarterback Jared Goff to give the Broncos the ball deep in Rams' territory.
Quarterback Case Keenum fires a pass to wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders over the middle of the field for 21 yards.
Quarterback Case Keenum launches a pass up the sideline to wide receiver Demaryius Thomas for 45 yards.
Outside linebacker Bradley Chubb bears down on Rams quarterback Jared Goff for his second sack of the game.
Von Miller and Darian Stewart converge on Los Angeles Rams quarterback Jared Goff for a big sack in the first half.
Wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders hauls in a 43-yard diving catch to reach 500 catches for his career and set the Broncos up in the red zone.
Broncos TV takes us inside the locker room and out on a snowy field to preview Sunday's game between the Rams and Broncos.
Get ready for Sunday's Broncos-Rams game with breakdowns and analysis from Steve Atwater, Andrew Mason, Ryan Edwards, Tyler Polumbus, Andy Lindahl, Voice of the Broncos Dave Logan and Broncos TV's Phil Milani!
We put the Broncos and Rams in our Madden '19 simulation to find out how this week's game might play out on Sunday.
Andy Lindahl and Tyler Polumbus open the show with their discussion of the potential impact of a players-only meeting like the Broncos had this week. Then, Steve Atwater, Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards step in to analyze the impact of stacked boxes on the Broncos' run game and break down potential solutions for what ails the team's offense.