Where does Denver Broncos secondary rank in the AFC West?
Where does Denver Broncos secondary rank in AFC West?
3. Las Vegas Raiders
The Las Vegas Raiders’ secondary is actually pretty solid. They traded for Rock Ya-Sin this offseason to give them a quality corner. They also have Nate Hobbs, who enjoyed a very good rookie season, along with other corners like Anthony Averett, Cre’Von LeBlanc, and Trayvon Mullen Jr.
Their safeties are a bit less talented but are still solid. They’re led by veteran Duron Harmon and Tre’von Moehrig. Overall, it’s a good unit.
They’ve got some insane depth at corner and adequate safeties.
I would say this is a high floor, low ceiling unit. They don’t have a true shutdown corner, and no All-Pro at safety, but rather a collection of very solid players.
And sometimes, that’s the best way to go.
The Buffalo Bills are a team that kind of follows this. They have several All-Pro caliber players, but are mostly made up of good-very good players and have strong depth.
Don’t look now, but the Raiders do indeed have a decent team.
Their secondary was a cause for concern for years, but it appears like they’ve figured it out.