Broncos MVPs from the team’s week 10 loss to the Raiders.
The Denver Broncos are not among the top 10 teams in the NFL right now. They are not weekly must-see-TV for the entire nation of NFL fans.
The Denver Broncos are unfortunately not a prime-time team at the present moment, and there are a lot of factors playing into that.
The Broncos are young and inexperienced offensively. That inexperience and youth has resulted in a league-leading 21 turnovers in nine games this season. The Broncos’ struggle with holding onto and scoring the football has resulted in some additional pressure on the defense.
At this particular point in time, the Broncos have struggled so badly with injuries, key players missing time for COVID rules on top of other players being injured, and bad mistakes on a weekly basis that it’s a wonder they are 3-6.
Still, despite their struggles, the Broncos are evaluating on a weekly basis individual players and discovering which players they will want to keep building around for the future of this franchise.
In the team’s week 10 loss to the Las Vegas Raiders, positives were somewhat difficult to come by, but it’s critical to find things to build on in every game if you can.
Let’s take a look at three players who were MVPs for the Broncos in this otherwise ugly game.