Looking back at the five predictions I made before the start of the season, how did they stack up with how the season went for the Denver Broncos?
Alright Broncos Country, we have seen the Broncos win the Super Bowl and celebrate at the parade for the lucky fans that got to attend. We have now officially hit the 2016 NFL Offseason.
With free agency and the NFL Draft coming up in the next couple months, we shall begin to shift towards offseason planning. There is a lot to get done before the start of training camp.
But before I move on to the offseason, I want to recap a bit on this very successful 2015 season that saw the Broncos hoisting the Lombardi Trophy for the first time since the 1998 season. Back before the Broncos kicked off the 2015 season against the Ravens, I wrote a piece on five predictions for the season.
Some of the predictions were bold. Some of them at first appeared a sure lock. But as the season progressed, it looked as if it would be a pretty tall task for them to come true.
So, before I look ahead to the 2016 offseason, let us take a further look at what I predicted for the 2015 season and see how close I was to predicting it correctly. To take a look at what I predicted before the season, click here.
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