Denver Broncos 3 key matchups against the Seattle Seahawks
Denver Broncos pass rush against the Seattle Seahawks offensive line
For the past decade, there has been one familiar face that headlined the Denver Broncos pass rush group, Von Miller. With Miller now being a part of Bills Mafia, there is an opportunity for first-time team captain, Bradley Chubb, to put his stamp on the Denver Broncos franchise.
If I’m being honest, I’m almost as excited to see this group play together at full strength as I am to see Russell Wilson. There is so much potential at the top of this group with Bradley Chubb, a free-agent acquisition, Randy Gregory, and swiss-army knife, Baron Browning.
Facing an offense led by long-time backup, Geno Smith, the Denver Broncos’ pass rushers have an opportunity to come out of the gates firing. I expect nothing less.
There is optimism and fresh hope for a newly revamped room, that probably needed some change. Randy Gregory is hungry to prove he is worth the contract George Paton signed him to, Baron Browning just looks like Von Miller out there in a way. He isn’t there yet, he may never be, but he just brings up so many comparisons there, even in his celebrations.
Bradley Chubb is looking to prove himself in a contract year and what bigger moment that the opening night of Monday Night Football?
Seattle drafted a left tackle, Charles Cross, with their top selection in the 2022 NFL Draft. Cross is a very talented player, but he will have his hands full with this group. If the Denver Broncos pass rushers can have a big game, this game could get out of hand quickly.
5 mistakes the Denver Broncos made with their final 53-man roster
The Denver Broncos have an outstanding 53-man roster, but did they make any mistakes in the overall construction of the group?
If the Seattle Seahawks are forced to become a one-dimensional team, I think the Denver Broncos can very easily record six sacks and force Geno Smith into a couple of turnovers and ultimately wreck the game.