Denver Broncos will need to stay consistent to be successful

GLENDALE, AZ - OCTOBER 18: Cornerback Chris Harris #25 high fives linebacker Todd Davis #51 of the Denver Broncos while returning an interception for a touchdown during the first quarter against the Arizona Cardinals at State Farm Stadium on October 18, 2018 in Glendale, Arizona. (Photo by Norm Hall/Getty Images)
GLENDALE, AZ - OCTOBER 18: Cornerback Chris Harris #25 high fives linebacker Todd Davis #51 of the Denver Broncos while returning an interception for a touchdown during the first quarter against the Arizona Cardinals at State Farm Stadium on October 18, 2018 in Glendale, Arizona. (Photo by Norm Hall/Getty Images) /
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Over the last few seasons, the Denver Broncos have found early success only to fall flat down the stretch. Vic Fangio needs to prevent that in 2019.

Since the Denver Broncos won Super Bowl 50 and Peyton Manning retired, the team has struggled with finding any success. While the team still has players like Von Miller, Derek Wolfe, and Emmanuel Sanders, finding that consistent success has been tough.

In the first year with Trevor Siemian at the helm, the Broncos started off with wins against the Panthers, Colts, Bengals, and Buccaneers. Some of the teams were able to find some of the flaws, but it did not stop Denver from having a respectable record going into the bye. For whatever reason, that team did not return after the bye. Despite a 9-7 record, the Broncos did not make the postseason.

2017 is a year I’d like to forget. The team started strong with three out of four wins. But like the previous year, a bye week had Broncos Country looking for the team. Eight straight losses ended up being the difference in a 5-11 season.

2018 was again another strong start, but another slip up costed the Denver Broncos plenty of games. While they did find some success after the bye last year, it did not last. This is especially true with injuries. The team fell flat with a possible playoff appearance on the horizon. Instead, a 6-10 record came about it.

This season, there is not a lot of expectations with the Denver Broncos, let’s be honest. A new head coach, a veteran quarterback who lost his job last year to a rookie, and various pieces from the championship team are now gone. A lot of members in the media are not high on the Broncos.

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Another under .500 season most of them are predicting. But that is the beautiful thing about the NFL. You honestly cannot predict what happens to all 32 teams. The important part is that the Broncos need to buck the trend that they have been on.

No more consecutive losses, no more stretches where the team loses more than they win. Broncos Country is ready to having a solid year. There will be some growing pains with a new head coach and a third opening day starting quarterback in as many years.

With all of that said, as long as this team can remain consistent and win football games, we could be seeing a new tune played across the Rocky Mountains in 2019.