The Broncos must not remain fixated on ‘tradition’ and adapt to an offense that is suited for today’s game.
The combination of Bill Musgrave and Mike Sullivan should go a long way toward helping this team become less adaptive and more innovative at the quarterback position, especially having a player with a very specific set of skills in Case Keenum leading the charge.
Both Musgrave and Sullivan have experience in designing offenses that have been effective in today’s NFL, Musgrave’s in 2016 with the Raiders and Sullivan’s in 2016 with the Giants.
The Broncos should absolutely look into pulling concepts from Pat Shurmur’s 2017 Vikings offense, Frank Reich’s 2017 Eagles group, and Andy Reid’s Chiefs offenses over the past couple of years.
The NFL is adding more concepts from the college game which can only benefit the quarterbacks on the current roster.
The addition of Keenum along with the promotion of Musgrave and the hiring of Sullivan makes the Broncos’ quarterback position group one of the most markedly improved in the NFL this offseason.
That should help this team get in the win column more than five times in 2018.