Denver Broncos: Analyzing quarterback options for 2022 and beyond
The Denver Broncos quarterback situation for 2022 in beyond is still up in the air, no matter how well Teddy Bridgewater plays.
We are all tired of talking about the quarterback position. Those who read our website surely are tired of seeing countless articles about the signal-caller.
At this point, we content creators have just about taken every angle possible.
We’ve bombarded you with “what if” scenarios, mock drafts, and false hope.
In his first start with the Denver Broncos, Teddy Bridgewater was arguably the best and most efficient quarterback in week 1.
He tore up the Giants’ defense to the tune of a 77.8% completion rate and 2 touchdown passes.
However, playing well in one week doesn’t mean our quarterback situation is solved. In fact, Teddy Bridgewater playing well the whole season also wouldn’t mean our quarterback situation is solved.
The Denver Broncos are still apparently holding out hope and remain interested in trading for Aaron Rodgers after the 2021 season, as Ian Rapoport recently reported.
Aaron Rodgers might not be the only franchise quarterback on the move after this year either.
In the same segment, Rapoport also mentioned that the Seattle Seahawks and Russell Wilson might be heading towards a breakup if this season doesn’t go well enough.
The Broncos just might have a nice quarterback supply to choose from, and they’ll have to analyze the pros and cons of making a trade for any one of them.
Fortunately, for General Manager George Paton, I will do this for him, so he doesn’t have to!