The Denver Broncos already had plenty of room for improvement, but after losing to the Baltimore Ravens, a lot more has come into the light.
Winning sure does make things a lot less stressful in Denver Broncos country, doesn’t it?
They say that winning heals all wounds, but when the Broncos lose, it sends the fan base into a frenzy. Losing brings a lot of honesty out of even the most optimistic fans, and there’s no denying the Broncos have areas they can improve after three games.
There are some clear areas the team needs to improve after the way they played against the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday, especially if they are going to be competitive against the 3-0 Kansas City Chiefs in week four on Monday Night Football.
The Chiefs seem to be scoring at will this season, but they also seem to be letting other teams score at will. The Broncos have to find a way to play their best football at home against Kansas City, a team they are capable of beating.
As the Broncos get back to work this week and prepare for Andy Reid’s high-octane offensive attack, there are individual players who need to bounce back in a big way. Last week, we called out the entire secondary along with Demaryius Thomas, and Case Keenum, among others.
Unfortunately this week, some of those players still need to be much better than they have been. Let’s take a look at five players on the Broncos’ roster who have to improve if this team is going to bounce back and take over first place in the AFC West on Monday.