Three mistakes the Denver Broncos must not make in 2022
Mistakes Denver Broncos must avoid in the 2022 season
Not letting Russell Wilson have continual input in the offense
One of the reasons why Russell Wilson wanted out of Seattle after a while was the team’s inability to consistently involve Wilson in the offense–this includes offensive scheming during the season and even input on personnel hires.
Including players in these types of decisions was likely unheard of even 10 years ago, but as you can see, it does work.
Tom Brady has had a ton of input with the entirety of the offense in Tampa Bay, and guess what, they’ve been uber successful.
The Green Bay Packers, after about 518 years, finally listened to Aaron Rodgers and got him some pass catchers in the NFL draft.
I’m not saying that the Denver Broncos need to invite Russell Wilson into their draft rooms, but what I am saying is that the organization as a whole needs to realize that Russell Wilson is already a top-15 QB of all time and deserves to be heard.
His accomplishments in the NFL are more than what an average person accomplishes in an average life. Wilson is a Denver Bronco, and the team needs to embrace that.
Allowing him to consistently help gameplan, and allowing him the freedom to run plays/packages that he thinks could work is paramount to a healthy QB/organization relationship.