Taking a look at the 2018 offseason for the Denver Broncos, starting with John Elway’s decision to retain head coach Vance Joseph…
The Denver Broncos are never out of the news for too long.
After an embarrassing 5-11 season that included an eight-game losing streak and a 2-4 record and fourth place finish in the AFC West.
It was the worst season since John Elway took over a 4-12 team in 2011, and one of the worst seasons in Denver Broncos history in general.
The team finished with the lowest points scored (289) in the AFC West (also fourth lowest in the AFC) and the most points allowed in the division (382).
The Broncos’ ineptitude offensively and 34 giveaways (second only to Cleveland’s 41) were the primary reason most fans felt like first-year head coach Vance Joseph could lose his job after just one season.
It was that bad.
Thankfully, the Broncos are still just entering their third season since winning it all in February 2016, and they have reloaded the roster and fans’ expectations since January.
Here’s a recap of the offseason the Broncos have had now that we are merely weeks away from training camp…