Denver Broncos day two mock draft: Adding firepower on offense

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Denver Broncos day two mock draft: Could the Denver Broncos get a significant boost offensively on day two of the 2018 NFL Draft?

Bradley Chubb
ARLINGTON, TX – APRIL 26: Bradley Chubb of NC State poses after being picked #5 overall by the Denver Broncos during the first round of the 2018 NFL Draft at AT&T Stadium on April 26, 2018 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images) /

The Denver Broncos are celebrating after the way the board fell on day one of the 2018 NFL Draft, where they were able to select the draft’s top defensive player in Bradley Chubb.

The Broncos didn’t necessarily have a pressing need on the defensive line or at outside linebacker, but because of the way John Elway approached free agency, filling needs that way and freeing the team up to truly go best player available at pick number five, they had a plethora of options.

If the right quarterback fell, the Broncos could have taken him.

If the top players were gone and no quarterbacks the Broncos wanted were available, the Broncos could have traded down.

The situation that presented itself on Thursday was one that John Elway did not see coming. As a matter of fact, Elway said that when the Broncos were going through their mock draft scenarios, the idea of Chubb being available did not come up.

Lucky for them, we prepared for it here at Predominantly Orange, so you as the reader were prepared for pretty much any scenario possible.

Speaking of being prepared for scenarios, we don’t have months of time to prepare you for what might happen on day two of the 2018 NFL Draft, but we’ve concocted a scenario that may unfold on Friday night.

Here’s a day two mock draft that could help make the Denver Broncos a better football team…