The Denver Broncos have plenty of youth offensively, and plenty of potential star power. What improvements do the young studs on offense need to make?
The Denver Broncos have a lot of young talent offensively, and a lot of potential heading into 2020.
What we saw in year two from Courtland Sutton gives us hope that all of these young players are capable of making similar, substantial leaps as they move forward in their careers.
Specifically, I’m talking about the skill players in Denver, a group of players that is most certainly not complete at this point as John Elway has specified this team needs to do what it takes to put more points on the board, and he’s even called out wide receiver as a specific area of need.
That’s no coincidence as Elway traded away Emmanuel Sanders in the middle of the season, and Sanders’ departure left behind a void that wasn’t properly filled by any of Tim Patrick, Diontae Spencer, or even second-year player DaeSean Hamilton.
While the Broncos are focused on adding playmakers to the offense, they also need their current core of young studs to identify areas of weakness in the offseason and address them head-on.
How can these young players follow in Courtland Sutton’s footsteps and take steps from being exciting playmakers to well-rounded stars? Even Sutton has room to improve this offseason.
Let’s take a look at one way each of these guys can take the next step in their game.