Gameplan: How the Denver Broncos can beat the Atlanta Falcons
What gameplan should the Denver Broncos use to beat the Atlanta Falcons?
The gameplan for Denver Broncos last week saw the team come alive late against the Los Angeles Chargers and attack the middle of the field with the passing game after Phillip Lindsay sparked the offense on the ground.
Additionally, the defense forced multiple turnovers in the secondary utilizing pressure looks with complex zone coverages behind it, and the Broncos came away with a much-needed win.
The team looks to get Tim Patrick back, which should add another weapon to the offense.
Should the Broncos let Drew Lock loose or focus on the dynamic play of Phillip Lindsay or the bruising style of Melvin Gordon on the ground?
Last week, I focused on the offensive gameplan needing to let Drew Lock get comfortable. The gameplan was executed well as the team played admirably.
Defensively, I focused on containing Justin Herbert in the pocket while creating confusion at the back end of the defense.
How will they play differently against another outstanding quarterback?
In this article, I pointed out key individual matchups for the Broncos this game. Now I took a look at what the Falcons do well and where they can be exploited to identify how the Broncos can gameplan this week for a much-needed win Sunday on the road.