3 ways Denver Broncos could lure Aaron Rodgers in 2022
No. 3 way to lure Aaron Rodgers to Denver Broncos: Upgrade the right tackle position.
Bobby Massie is scheduled to be a free agent. I felt that he did an exceptional job for the Denver Broncos in 2021. That being said, he may want to use this past year as proof to be paid by another team. That would obviously leave a hole at right tackle for Denver.
They could look to the 2022 NFL Draft for Massie’s replacement, or they could spend extra money on a player such as Morgan Moses.
Moses has been extraordinary for the majority of his career in terms of durability. Excluding his rookie season with Washington, in which he missed eight games, Moses has not missed a game. That is incredible.
Moses has drastically improved in terms of penalties committed over the last few years. In 2018, 14 penalties were called on him. In 2019, that number jumped down to nine. 2020? Down to six, and in 2021 he committed just three penalties.
According to Pro Football Focus, Moses has surrendered just five sacks in
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The big difference is that you’re talking about Aaron Rodgers at quarterback, not Zach Wilson (who was a rookie last season), or any of the Washington quarterbacks Moses blocked for during his time in D.C.