While there is buzz out there that the Denver Broncos could use a safety in the offseason, here is why the position should not be a big concern.
Do not say the Denver Broncos are rebuilding. Vic Fangio would not like hearing that word come out. And honestly, I can see why he would believe that. The Denver Broncos still have quite a bit of fire power left, especially on the defensive side of the ball.
Offensively, the Broncos have some solid players who can produce. Phillip Lindsay and Courtland Sutton will be entering their second years in 2019 and they proved that they have a lot to offer. Even though Joe Flacco is on the wrong side of his 30’s at this time, perhaps a change of scenery could be good for him.
The Broncos offensive line will be coached by Mike Munchak, who should really boost the unit in a big way.
However, we are going to switch to defense here. It was the defense who won the Broncos latest Lombardi Trophy. And with Vic Fangio at the helm, it could very well lead them to a fourth one.
Secondary was not very strong for the Denver Broncos. Outside of Chris Harris Jr., the team struggled. It seemed as if they gave up some huge plays. However, the safety position is one that a lot are saying needs to be addressed.
Outside of Justin Simmons and Darian Stewart, I will be looking at the depth of the safety position and coming up with the reason why the safety position should not be a need.