Mike Remmers

Oregon State Beavers #50 - Offensive Tackle

  • Height: 6-4
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How can the Broncos win from now on?

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The Broncos have a QB question until they don’t.

How do the Broncos survive Ja’Wuan James opting out?

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It’s easier than it sounds. The Denver Broncos offensive line was thin at best and losing Ja’Wuan James in 2020 to opt out is going to be difficult to overcome.

Breaking down 2020 NFC East win total betting splits

DK Sportsbook has released the betting splits for each NFL team’s win totals. Who are betters siding with in the NFC East?

Breaking down NFC East odds following the 2020 NFL Draft

DK Sportsbook has released the odds to win each NFL division. So who’s the best bet to win the NFC East in 2020 following the Draft?

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The Giants added some beef to their offensive line this offseason

Daniel Jones was sacked 38 times last season, so he could use better protection in his second year as the Giants’ starter.

Full list of Kansas City Chiefs 2020 NFL draft capital, needs, dream pick

The Kansas City Chiefs enter the 2020 NFL draft with the 32nd overall pick and five total picks. We break down their needs and a potential dream pick in the first round.

Melvin Gordon cost the Broncos talent elsewhere

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The money spent by the Denver Broncos to land running back Melvin Gordon was a poor allocation of resources.

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Here’s our latest NFL mock draft after the start of free agency

There’s much more to this draft than Jeff Okudah in pass coverage. Here are a few other corners who could come off the board early.

My Broncos free agent shopping list

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As John Elway looks for bargains for the Denver Broncos, these players intrigue.

Jedrick Wills Jr. leads odds for first offensive linemen taken in 2020 NFL Draft

We identify what offensive lineman have the best chances to be the first off the board in the 2020 NFL Draft.

The Broncos should be boring in free agency

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Fiscal responsibility is the way forward.

Our latest NFL 2020 mock draft is here

We could see a historic number of wide receivers, including CeeDee Lamb and Jerry Jeudy, go in the first round this year.