Denver Broncos: 3 coaches who could eventually replace Vic Fangio

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Denver Broncos, Todd Monken

Dec 4, 2016; San Diego, CA, USA; Tampa Bay Buccaneers offensive coordinator Todd Monken (R) reacts on the sideline during the first quarter against the San Diego Chargers at Qualcomm Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Orlando Ramirez-USA TODAY Sports

Could the Denver Broncos be searching for a new coach after this season?

The Broncos currently sit at 3-5 but their play this year has left much to be desired and hopes of any kind of a playoff run are not very high. Should the team miss the postseason, it will mark the fifth year in a row for that to be the case.

Of course, the first place many people go looking to place the finger of blame during a failed season is directly at the head coach. While many fans may not want to see another coaching change, there is plenty of evidence to back up a potential switch.

Vic Fangio, for all of his defensive expertise, runs a pretty mediocre defense in Denver. He also displays horrible clock management and often just looks lost on gamedays. While he’s not as bad as Vance Joseph (who is?) the team could still improve with a different shot caller on the sidelines.

Whether or not the team will move on from Fangio remains to be seen. Obviously, there are still many games to play this season in order to help determine his fate. But based on the way the team has looked during his tenure, there are already many fans of the team who are hoping that a change is made.

Should the Broncos decide to replace Fangio following the 2020 season, here are three early candidates to keep an eye on.

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