Three players the Denver Broncos must slow down in week one
Three players the Broncos must slow down in week one
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Jamal Adams might be one of the most interesting players in the entire NFL. In coverage, he’s terrible. As it relates to tackling, physicality, and even pass rush, he’s ridiculously skilled. Many think he should simply switch to playing inside linebacker, which makes sense to me.
Adams isn’t going to be able to cover any of the Denver Broncos’ receivers, but his pass rush ability is evident and something the team and offensive line needs to look out for. He’s got 21.5 sacks in just five seasons, notching a high of 9.5 in 2020. He’s also for 443 career tackles and 33 passes defensed.
He’s good as a do-it-all type player, but struggles mightily in coverage. I’m not sure if the Broncos have played someone quite like this before. He’s likely going to lineup in many spots across the field and will surely be asked to rush the passer more times than not.
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He’s also gone up against Russell Wilson in practice, so he knows some of his tendencies. The Denver Broncos’ offense will have to ensure that they limit Adams’ diverse skillset, because he can do some damage.