2019 Denver Broncos season could depend on offseason moves

BALTIMORE, MD - SEPTEMBER 23: Joe Flacco #5 of the Baltimore Ravens throws a pass in the first quarter of the game against the Denver Broncos at M&T Bank Stadium on September 23, 2018 in Baltimore, Maryland. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)
BALTIMORE, MD - SEPTEMBER 23: Joe Flacco #5 of the Baltimore Ravens throws a pass in the first quarter of the game against the Denver Broncos at M&T Bank Stadium on September 23, 2018 in Baltimore, Maryland. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images) /
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As we are getting closer to the start of training camp, the Denver Broncos hope they can depend on three members that arrived after the 2018 season ended.

It has been three seasons since the Denver Broncos have been to the postseason. With Peyton Manning no longer leading the team, the Broncos have seen four different quarterbacks start over the last 48 games. And we have also seen the end of the Kubiak era only for it to follow a head coach who, at times, appeared way over his head.

No matter how you want to look at it, 2019 could be a big year for the Denver Broncos. No one is expecting much from them. However, if you really look at this team, they quietly made some solid moves that could scream improvement.

While fans of other teams and media outlets may not see it that way, it is worth noting that the Denver Broncos might have enough to at least make things interesting in 2019. However, there are three members in the organization right now that could make all the difference in 2019. One is a player and two are coaches.

Jeff Legwold helped provide the biggest question for the Denver Broncos portion of the biggest 2019 questions for each AFC West team. The question that is being asked of the Broncos is “Can their offseason moves be enough to end their three year playoff drought?”

Legwold says it can be, but it all depends on three of the biggest moves. Those moves? Joe Flacco, Vic Fangio, and Mike Munchak. He states that Flacco needs to get the ball moving, Fangio needs to be up to the challenge as a head coach, and Munchak needs to help a unit that has struggled for the better part of the 2010 decade.

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I agree with what Jeff Legwold said. The Joe Flacco situation is eerily similar to when the Broncos signed Peyton Manning in 2012. A veteran quarterback that we hope has enough gas in the tank for at least one more championship title. Can Vic Fangio be the answer at head coach after two years of cringe worthy play calling?

And there is no doubt that the offensive line has not gotten it together for the longest time. If there is any coach out there that can whip the offensive line into shape, it is Munchak.

Here is hoping that these three can lead the Denver Broncos to the playoffs.