Denver Broncos stock up, stock down heading into Bucs week.
Two weeks of the 2020 NFL season have come and gone, and the Denver Broncos are sitting on a rough 0-2 start, after brutally close and disappointing losses to the Tennessee Titans and Pittsburgh Steelers.
Considering the injuries the Broncos have dealt with in just two weeks of football, it seemed almost miraculous that they were in a position to win the games up until the end.
As the Broncos prepare to face up with their old friend Tom Brady and the Buccaneers in Week 3, let’s take a look at the latest stock report, and see whose stock is up after Week 2, and whose is down.
Justin Simmons, S
Justin Simmons took a minute to adjust into the 2020 season in Week One, but he proved he is the same safety we all know and love in Week Two, and proved that he is still worth a new contract from John Elway and Co.
Simmons recorded his first interception on the season, and got right back into the groove he was in in the 2019 season.
Broncos Country immediately showed their concern with Simmons’ performance in Week One. It did not take long for him to quiet down concern in Week Two, and we anticipate we will see much of him on the right side of this season’s stock report.