Posts From Zach Gotlieb

Denver Broncos 2020 Season Recap

Let’s just say this year in Denver Broncos history was an experience. Chalk up another losing season, their fourth straight, and another year that leaves fans with questions at the most critical spots. With a 5-11 record, finishing at the bottom of the AFC West, it still weirdly feels like the Broncos are closer than their record shows.

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What To Watch For On The Denver Nuggets’ Opening Night

After a whirlwind of an offseason, the NBA is already back and raring to go. The Denver Nuggets are less than three months removed from their final game of last season against the Los Angeles Lakers and have seen many things change.

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Broncos’ QBs Ineligible to Play on Sunday

The Broncos entered the week with four quarterbacks but will now pivot to a practice squad wide receiver amidst COVID-19 concerns.

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Week 4 Recap: Denver Broncos vs. New York Jets

It was the battle of the defeated’s for this Thursday Night Football bout. Fans across social media were calling this the “Trevor Bowl.” That being who’s going to tank best for Trevor Lawrence. Football players have pride and want to win games. Injuries have hampered both teams, so many young players got the chance to show what they can do.

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Week 2 Recap: Denver Broncos vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

The Pittsburgh Steelers played an outstanding game all-around. They made big plays when it mattered most, and that, as always, will win you games.

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The Denver Nuggets Do It Again

It shouldn’t have been 3-1. They had no business winning this series. Somehow, someway, the Denver Nuggets pulled it off. Their second straight series win off going down 3-1. Oh, by the way, that has NEVER been done before.

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Vince Carter Joins ESPN for a Full-Time Role

After 22 seasons in the NBA, Vince Carter won’t get to enjoy retirement for very long as he now begins his newest venture as a full-time analyst with ESPN. 

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The Legends of Bol: Chapter One

It’s been a long two years for Bol Bol, son of former NBA center Manute Bol. In his only season at the University of Oregon, he only appeared in nine games before breaking his foot, which caused him to miss the rest of the season. He entered the draft as a potential top talent with injury history. His stock fell. He ended up getting selected by the Denver Nuggets with the 44th pick. He now becomes a part of a great problem for the Nuggets, as they have too many mouths to feed at the center position. Also, missing time to continue rehabbing his foot.

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Team Award Predictions: Denver Broncos

Last year the Denver Broncos took a big step forward in their “rebuild.” They found their potential franchise quarterback in Drew Lock, their definitive number one receiver in Courtland Sutton, and showed just how much a Vic Fangio defense can do. This offseason was to add to their already solid young core. They gave Lock several new toys in the draft by picking Jerry Jeudy and KJ Hamler with their two first picks and his former college teammate Albert Okwuegbunam in the fourth round. Defensively they added Jurrell Casey and A.J. Bouye via trade and also drafted Michael Ojemudia. For the first time since 2015, Broncos Country has hope and a team that can make a strong push towards the playoffs. 

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Case Williams: Making His Case for the Pros

It takes a lot to become a professional in any career path. Becoming a professional athlete is among the most difficult. It requires you to be elite, among the best of the best at playing a sport in which thousands of kids every year are trying to make the jump. Case Williams, may not be a name you’ve heard of right now, but the Colorado Rockies fourth-round pick, is prepared to show you that he is more than ready to make the jump from high school to the pros.

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