Denver Broncos: Three things to look for against the Jets

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Teddy Bridgewater, Denver Broncos
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The Denver Broncos play the Jets in week 3, and, like week 1 and 2, should be able to put together a very good performance.

The Denver Broncos are off to a promising 2-0 start after taking care of the New York Giants and Jacksonville Jaguars.

After playing their first two weeks on the road, the Broncos will return back home to Mile High in front of what will be an absolutely insane crowd.

The Broncos have a very good chance to start 3-0, winning these games against bad teams, or in other words, teams they should beat.

The Jets might be worse than both the Giants and Jaguars, and with the Broncos playing at home, they have a chance to play the most lopsided game of week 3.

The Jets’ home opener in week 2 was a brutal letdown against the New England Patriots; they lost 25-6, and rookie Zach Wilson threw 4 interceptions.

Both Vic Fangio and Patriots head coach Bill Belichick are notoriously strong against rookie quarterbacks, and I do not see how week 3 will be any different.

Even with the Broncos’ mounting injuries, they are still fielding one of the most talented teams in the NFL.

The Jets are also dealing with their fair share of injuries; their injured reserve list includes Mekhi Becton, Carl Lawson, Lamarcus Joyner, and Jarrad Davis.

The Jets are missing more key players at key positions than the Broncos, so I am expecting a big performance from Denver.