The staff at Predominantly Orange and myself have a round table set up for how we think the Denver Broncos will fair this season. This will be the first of three season predictions as we will revisit this sometime after the NFL Draft and after the final preseason game.
With the NFL regular season schedule now released and the draft just around the corner, there is a lot that needs to be done in order for the teams to get ready for another NFL season.
Now that we know when the Denver Broncos will be playing each of the 16 teams during the season, they will use the draft to build up the team and fill the positions of needs. But before we look into that, we want to look into our crystal ball here at Predominantly Orange.
Looking at this season’s schedule, it is quite favorable from last season. The Broncos will be playing teams from the AFC and NFC South, the Cincinnati Bengals (AFC North Winner) and New England Patriots (AFC East Winner), and two games against each of the Broncos divisional opponents.
Last season, the Broncos were able to go 12-4 and win the Super Bowl by defeating the Carolina Panthers. It was the team’s third championship in franchise history.
Now with the Denver Broncos defending their Super Bowl title starting with the Thursday Night home opener against the Panthers, the road to Super Bowl 51 will be a challenging one. But the fans in Broncos Country will be hoping.
Now, the staff at Predominantly Orange and I will give the readers our predictions for the 2016 Denver Broncos season.
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