The Denver Broncos were able to draft ten players to add to their roster this season. Did the team get better with the selections?
The 2018 NFL Draft for the Denver Broncos is completed. After three days and seven rounds, the Broncos hoped to have improved on their roster with ten new rookies. They entered the draft with not a whole lot of needs. However, their needs were big ones.
My biggest concerns going into the draft were at offensive line and inside linebacker. John Elway’s plan was to get more production out of certain positions. Two positions that Elway really focused in on as far as production is running back and wide receiver.
Denver struggled getting any production out of the running backs minus C.J. Anderson. The wide receiver position, minus Demaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders, also lacked production. Getting better around the offense was important. Case Keenum will look to produce at the quarterback position.
So, the question is, did the Denver Broncos improve through the draft? It looks as if a lot agree with that statement. Here are the grades for all the draft picks of the Broncos.