4. Bradley Chubb
Bradley Chubb wowed in his rookie campaign, and immediately showed Broncos Country how lucky they were that he unexpectedly fell to the Broncos on Draft Day 2018 and was deserving of Defensive Rookie of the Year honors.
He gave Broncos Country nostalgic vibes of the Von Miller-Demarcus Ware days when the Broncos had the most feared pass rush duo in the league. As we head into 2019, Broncos Country thinks we can have that again. And we can.
Demarcus Ware’s arrival to Denver in 2014 was vital for the growth of Von Miller, who was really still just a kid who had not found his way. Ware’s leadership and tutoring made a man out of Miller, who has become the biggest leader since the departure of Manning and Ware, his mentor.
Chubb has already dominated his position but is more than ready to take on a leadership position as well. Not many players are as lucky to be mentored by the likes of Von Miller and Derek Wolfe, who have given their all to Denver Broncos football and then some.
Chubb has natural leadership qualities that will only be refined with some help from his teammates.