Denver Broncos Week Five Power Rankings Roundup

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Denver Broncos, Brett Rypien

Oct 1, 2020; East Rutherford, New Jersey, USA; Denver Broncos offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur hugs quarterback Brett Rypien (4) after a touchdown pass during the first half against the New York Jets at MetLife Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Vincent Carchietta-USA TODAY Sports

Following the win against the New York Jets, where do the Denver Broncos rank in week 5 Power Rankings?

The Denver Broncos got a win on Thursday Night Football. That should be an exciting thing for everybody in Broncos Country.

But darn it, it was the New York Jets they were facing!

It has been very difficult to evaluate what this team is and will be in the upcoming weeks or even next year. There is going to be so much change. How many more games will they win this year? When will all of these key players be back?

That last question is literally the biggest question in Denver these days.

Like any other team, Denver came into the 2020 season expecting things to go right for them. Sure, injuries were going to happen, but to this extent? Nobody could have imagined.

This year has proven that bringing in depth guys is extremely important. The Broncos have failed at that in some spots, primarily the quarterback position with Jeff Driskel. They already benched him for Brett Rypien and brought in Blake Bortles as well.

No, injuries aren’t an excuse for some of the poor decisions. There are other factors that have gone into the team’s bad start to the 2020 season. That’s the way it goes sometimes.

Well, just how confident in the Broncos are some sports websites? Let’s take a dive into their week 5 Power Rankings.

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