Denver Broncos top 4 “great values” across the 2022 roster
Denver Broncos Great Value no. 4: MyCole Pruitt rejoining George Paton?
In 2015, MyCole Pruitt impressed George Paton and the Minnesota Vikings’ brass enough for the organization to spend a fifth-round pick on him.
While the Denver Broncos tight end room is talented, it still has several question marks.
Albert Okwuegbunam is an incredible athlete but has battled with injuries throughout his career. Greg Dulcich is another all-world athlete, but he will be a rookie in the upcoming season. Learning the tight end position as a rookie is a complicated process as you learn multiple things in a short timeframe.
Offensive line calls and adjustments and absorbing the different route trees for pass catchers are just a couple of them. Eric Tomlinson is a glorified tackle and Eric Saubert is a guy who will get you by in a tight situation, but this group is one of the more concerning from top to bottom.
Adding a guy like Pruitt would bring a veteran into the room, who plays well in the red zone. He isn’t going to be a game changer, but he could be a valuable piece to a team that will be making a push come January for the first time in what feels like centuries.
George Paton has done a phenomenal job on adding free agents late in the process who will contribute heavily to the Denver Broncos’ success in 2022. Pruitt could be the next.
Melvin Gordon and Kareem Jackson are two that were difference makers in the previous years and I expect them to make plays in 2022.
Denver Broncos 3 worst acquisitions from 2019 and 2020 offseasons
The Denver Broncos' 2019-2020 offseasons weren't all bad, but could go down as two of the worst in franchise history. We look at the top 3 worst moves.
This roster is built with great value from top to bottom, something that I assume George Paton and Rob Walton are both thrilled about.