Denver Broncos: Predominantly Orange Predicts Super Bowl 53
Fellow Predominantly Orange Writers Graham Tiedtke, Matt Geving, and I try our best to predict the outcome of Super Bowl LII between the Patriots and Rams.
After some crazy Championship games and a Pro Bowl, Super Bowl 53 has finally arrived. Bill Belichick’s New England Patriots will be facing Sean McVay’s Los Angeles Rams. While there is a ton of hype around the game, I’d like to take a step back and fill everyone in on some Denver Broncos news before we start our predictions.
Former Bronco Champ Bailey was enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame along with current Broncos owner Pat Bowlen.
Denver’s new Head Coach, Vic Fangio, was named Assistant Coach of the year Award at the NFL Honors on Saturday.
With Von Miller’s election and participation in the 2019 Pro Bowl, he now ranks fourth on the all-time Pro Bowl elections on the Broncos Franchise leader boards.
Chris Harris Jr. and Philip Lindsay were also elected and in attendance at the Pro Bowl, but fresh off of his wrist surgery, Lindsay did not play in the actual game. Lindsay is expected to be recovered and ready to go for OTAs this spring.
While the Denver players have been busy the last few weeks, so has the front office. Continuing to round out the coaching staff, the Broncos hired T.C. McCartney as the new quarterback coach. Rob Calabrese also joins the Broncos’ and offensive Coordinator Rich Scrangrello’s staff as offensive assistant.
And now that we are all caught up on our Denver Broncos news, lets get to some Super Bowl Predictions!