The Denver Broncos season is finished, and it’s time to explore what moves John Elway and company can make at the most important position, quarterback.
Since Peyton Manning retired, the Denver Broncos have been forced to turn to a plethora of quarterbacks, none of whom left the faithful Broncos fan base very inspired.
The first two years post-Manning saw Gary Kubiak and Vance Joseph try to win with the likes of Trevor Siemian, Paxton Lynch, and Brock Osweiler. Tired of waiting for Paxton Lynch to make any sort of leap, Denver spent the entire 2018 offseason address the most important position in the NFL.
Unfortunately, a year later, I can safely say the position is still a gigantic concern. Now, I’ll admit I was skeptically optimistic about Case Keenum. I was impressed with how he performed in Minnesota, and I felt like he was entering a good situation with Bill Musgrave as his offensive coordinator and a revamped offensive line.
Now with the season over, John Elway will be attempting to answer the exact same question he’s been working on since taking on the General Manager role, who is the long-term answer at quarterback?
Here are five options the Denver Broncos can explore at the quarterback position.