Denver Broncos: Predominantly Orange’s week six primer
By Andrew Wade
Not much has gone right in Denver Broncos country the past few weeks, but thankfully there are plenty of other games to watch. Here is our week six primer.
If you are like me than you’ve been frustrated by watching the Denver Broncos play the last few weeks as they stumble into a three-game losing streak highlighted by this last Sunday’s dreadful performance against the New York Jets. This week, the Denver Broncos face arguably their toughest test as they take on the 5-0 Los Angeles Rams. If this game goes as it may, you’ll want to catch some of the other games this weekend.
With that said, there is always a chance. The NFL is funny like that. Last week Blake Bortles made the Kansas City Chiefs defense look (gasp!) good, and the Arizona Cardinals finally won a game!
The Buffalo Bills also won their game (albeit by running the ball twice as much as throwing), and sit with a similar record to our beloved Denver Broncos, and Baker Mayfield got his first win as a starter in the NFL. Side note, the Browns actually have a better record than Denver. How do you know who to pick, and how do you know which of your favorite players you can start in your fantasy matchup.
We’ve got you covered with our Predominantly Orange week six primer.
As we have done each week this season, Derek Esquibel and I take a stab at predicting each NFL game against the spread (using lines courtesy of Oddsshark.com) including the Denver Broncos game, and I would say we are pretty good at it. Derek made the comparison of us to Philip Lindsay and Royce Freeman last week, and I 100% agree with the caveat that if they were getting more carries.
Furthermore, we will provide our fantasy advice for the Broncos game, and we will finish up with our Predominantly Orange eliminator picks for the week.