about the NFL on a weekly basis. For those Denver Broncos fans with the thick orange and blue goggles http://www.denverbroncosteamonline.com/darian-stewart-jersey , that’s what they’re saying in the lead up to Sunday’s game at home against the Los Angeles Rams. We saw that play out once this season when the Buffalo Bills beat the Minnesota Vikings. So there is a chance Case Keenum and the Broncos (2-3) pull the unthinkable and give the Rams (5-0) their first loss of the season. There’s also a chance Vance Joseph turns into a legitimate head coach. As Adam Malnati and I said on the latest MHR Radio Podcast, with how the Broncos have looked the last three weeks, and most recently against the New York Jets, the chances of that coming to fruition are behind slim and none.Offensive RankingsLos Angeles Rams: First in overall offense (468.4 yards), seventh in rushing (131.2), second in passing (337.2) and third in points (34.6).Denver: Twelfth in overall offense (393.3 yards), third in rushing (137.0), 18th in passing (256.8) and 27th in points (20.0).Defense RankingsLos Angeles Rams: Ninth in overall defense (341.4 yards), tied for 18th in rushing (106.8), tied for 10th in passing (234.6) and sixth in points (19.6).Denver: Twenty-sixth in overall defense (395.8 yards), 30th in rushing (139.6), 16th in passing (256.2) and tied for 23rd in points (26.2).Here are our keys to the game. Switch coaching staffs John Elway and the Broncos need to convince Wade Phillips to return to the Denver sideline. Heck, switch coaching staffs because that’s the only way this game is fair. — Ian St. Clair Run the ball Consistently. Especially in the red zone. It does us no good at all for our coaches to say “We need to run the ball more” only for them to turn around and run the ball even less. Yes, things did get to a point where running really wasn’t an option vs the Jets, but the coaches abandoned the running game well before we reached that point. Keenum has proven he can’t bear the full weight of the offense on his shoulders www.denverbroncosteamonline.com , so don’t ask him to. Keep it balanced. — Taylor Kothe Magic Pete BaronChoose an identity It’s time for the Broncos to figure out who they are. At this point the players look like they have given up, and the Rams aren’t exactly the best remedy for bad play. The remedy game was supposed to be the Jets. So Denver needs to pick an identity this week. Are the Broncos the running, smash-mouth offense with a fast, quarterback-crushing defense? Or are they the team that never got off the plane in New York? The turnover happy, unmotivated, disinterested team that is tired of talking about the “same shit for two years?” Either way, Denver needs to find an identity. I’m not sure there is anything beyond that that matters. — Adam Malnati Discipline The shoddy tackling and breakdowns in coverage that we saw against the Jets won’t fly against the best offense in the league, and against the best offensive coach in football. Sean McVay gets the defense in exactly the look he wants them and then exploits it. Denver is going to have to play disciplined football with its tackling and with its eyes in coverage, or else the Broncos will get blown out.Oh ya, and maybe try to score more than 10 points in the first three quarters this week, too. — Jeff Essary The MHR Radio Podcast is now on iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, Acast, Stitcher Denver Broncos T-Shirt , TuneIn and a few other podcast hosts. Please subscribe to the one that fits your fancy, and also rate and review what you hear.What are your keys to victory for the Broncos?Vance Joseph confident in Case Keenum despite turnovers Head coach Vance Joseph met the media yesterday to discuss Sunday’s loss in Baltimore.He was naturally asked about Case Keenum and his rocky start to the year, throwing five interceptions in three games.Joseph was asked if he was concerned about the interceptions:The guys over on 1st and 10 at 10 on Orange and Blue 760 covered this topic as well and Andrew Mason made a great point about how it took both Jake Plummer and Peyton Manning a few games to get going after joining the team as a veteran acquisition. Check out their conversation about it below at around the 21:15 mark.Obviously, the circumstances aren’t exactly the same, but I think there’s something to be said for Case having the reins to a team for the very first time and perhaps forcing it a little too much.Additionally, it would be one thing if the interceptions weren’t accompanied by any other results, but Keenum has had some bright spots on offense over these first three games, particularly in the 4th quarter.This upcoming Monday night game will be a big test for him, in my opinion as this is an opportunity against a very vulnerable Chiefs pass defense, in what will likely need to be a shootout. This is the game to get back on track, if there ever was one, so I’ll reserve judgement until next Tuesday morning once we’re a quarter of the way through the year.What are your thoughts? Are you concerned with Case Keenum?