Commentary by: Front Office
Return of the Mack


After a year on the national scene, Suge has come home to where it all started, the Broncos beat. After showing up to work and no one being in the office to support his efforts, Suge has decided to move back to Colorado. “This is the best decision for me and my family, I got kids” said Suge. We wish the old crew good luck but we will be moving forward with the Broncos Beat and independent articles still yet to be determined.


Let’s take a look at the first four weeks.


Last year the broncos were 0-2-1 on their way to back to back division titles. This year they sit 3-1, which would make most teams happy but not when the loss comes to the Raiders. The Broncos D played as well as you could, only giving up a long fg. The Broncos O and special teams were 100 percent responsible as they gave 23 points to the Raiders in a 26-24 loss. Who would think a block XP would lead to a two point loss.  


The Broncos have wins over the Bills and Chargers but a quality victory over the Cowboys. The Chargers game was won in the air. Both DJ and Brady were unstoppable versus the Cowboys and showed the potential of the offense. Broncos tend to be motivated by losses and we pity the next team they face after a bye week to think about the loss. “We have had a good 4 weeks. The D is playing lights out ranked second in rushing. The offense will get it together but will be without Doug Baldwin for 3 games. We understand that teams in our division will enjoy beating us. We will not give up our spot as top dog without a fight” said coach Elway.


Up next is a bye week, followed by a matchup with the Giants.