Record: 11-5, AFC West Champs, #3 Seed in the AFC
Despite what the “analysts” may say about the Broncos going into next season, rest assured, John Elway and Co. have a plan. With an improved O-line, more consistent running game and a likely top 5 defense(if not better), I don’t see how the Broncos finish worse than double digit wins and another trip to the postseason.
I know much has been and will continue to be made about the QB situation. I think we all need to remember that the Broncos QB group finished near the bottom in most statistical categories at the position last year. If Sanchez, Kaepernick, Siemian, Draft pick or whoever else ends up being the starter can be a decent player who takes care of the ball, this team will definitely be back in position to contend for another title.
Although the Raiders have made strides this off-season, I still expect Denver to stay strong enough to hold them off for another year and get their sixth straight AFC West title.
Finally, I hope that whoever the Broncos draft this month not only makes a push for the starting QB job, but wins it and the Broncos can finally move forward with a young QB that can be their future. I will have more on that in an article I will be posting later this week.
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