Predictions for the Denver Broncos in the 2020's Decade

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DENVER, CO - SEPTEMBER 08: Fans pose on a Super Bowl 50 statue before the Denver Broncos take on the Carolina Panthers at Sports Authority Field at Mile High on September 8, 2016 in Denver, Colorado. (Photo by Daniel Brenner/Getty Images)

With the 2010's coming to an end, the Denver Broncos had good success that even included a Super Bowl title. What does the next decade have in store?

Can you believe that it is the end of 2019? Not only will it be the end of the year, but it will also mark the end of the decade. For the Denver Broncos, the team had a really rough start to the decade that was the 2010's. It started off with a dismissal 4-12 season in 2010.

In my opinion, that season was worse than the two years under Vance Joseph in the later part of that decade. Josh McDaniels had completely destroyed the team and decided to add a little dash of what the New England Patriots were caught for by videotaping the San Francisco 49ers walkthrough practice.

2010 marked a lot of bad firsts as well, as the team recorded the most losses in a season in franchise history. This all resulted in Josh McDaniels getting fired with four games to go in the 2010 season.

But the following years showed a lot of promise. Tim Tebow helped lead the Denver Broncos back to the playoffs for the first time since the 2005 season and they were even able to pull off a win over the Steelers. Add Peyton Manning to the mix the following season and the Broncos saw a half decade of dominance in the AFC West that would end with a Super Bowl title in Manning's final season.

With Drew Lock appearing to be the answer at quarterback for the time being, going into the new decade, I will look into my crystal ball and predict what the decade holds for the Denver Broncos.

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