With a two-game losing streak immediately following their three-game winning streak, the Denver Broncos’ focus is shifting to the 2019 NFL Draft.
The Denver Broncos are cruising toward the offseason and the focus has shifted from the playoffs this season (after a three-game winning streak) to the 2019 NFL Draft (after a two-game losing streak).
With two regular season games left to play, the Broncos’ offseason plan is coming into focus. This team needs a new head coach and hopefully a much more creative offensive approach going forward.
The new head coach could be the one to implement the new offensive philosophies, or the coach could hire an innovative coordinator.
The Broncos’ job in 2018 is going to be an interesting one to monitor. Is it as attractive of a job as it was in 2017? More? Less?
There are so many factors at play with the Broncos heading into the offseason but it’s clear we’re going to see a couple of things:
1. A new head coach
2. A high draft pick at QB
The Broncos are undoubtedly going to set themselves up for the future this offseason as they are two years behind some of the other teams in the league thanks to failing with the selection of Paxton Lynch in 2016.
If Lynch had developed as hoped, the Broncos wouldn’t be in this position, obviously. But here they are, needing a complete overhaul offensively but at least this time with some pieces in place.
The foundation for the future is set on the roster with an incredible 2018 rookie class. How will the Broncos build on that? Let’s take a look at a four-round mock draft that could really push this team closer to the playoffs.