This week on the Predominantly Orange Fanzone, I chat with Predominantly Orange writer Steven Kriz and get his takes on the Broncos and this week’s game.
The Denver Broncos have had quite the roller coaster season. After starting the season 4-0, the team has lost three of their last five games.
In my eyes, there are places that I truly believe the Denver Broncos need to work on if they are going to be playing well into January.
But first, the Broncos must travel to the Big Easy that is New Orleans, Louisiana to take on Drew Brees and the Saints.
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How will the No Fly Zone handle the firepower that Drew Brees will bring? Hopefully they will have firepower of their own to fire right back with.
It is the last game the Broncos have before their bye and this could be a critical game down the stretch.
For this case, I wanted to bring in a writer from our site to interview. Enter Steven Kriz.
He has been writing for us since April. You normally see him setting up the Pick Em and the weekly Power Rankings articles here at Predominantly Orange. He has sure been a pleasure to work with.
So, let’s see what Steven has to say about this game and the state of the Denver Broncos.
The Broncos suffered their third loss at the hands of the Raiders. Do you believe that the rivalry has been restored between the two teams?
Great question; I think before the game I would have said no—I’m a true believer that both teams need to be legit contenders and I think Oakland showed us that they are here to compete for a division championship. It should make the game in Denver that much better to end the year as there could actually be a division title on the line.