4 major reality checks for Broncos in Week 10 vs. Titans
Broncos need help from some unsung players
The Broncos should not have a lot of trouble shutting down the Titans’ offense and limiting points in this one but they still may need some contributions from players they don’t normally count on as much.
Graham Glasgow: Starting at center while Lloyd Cushenberry is on the mend, Glasgow just needs to be consistent and help turn the play of the offensive line around. He is probably a better option than Cushenberry anyway and the team could really lean on his veteran experience.
Montrell Washington: The Broncos will be without K.J. Hamler in this game and Kendall Hinton is also listed as questionable. Russell Wilson will have his top two wide receivers, Courtland Sutton and Jerry Jeudy, to target in the passing game, but having Montrell Washington get involved on offense could be a big boost for the team.
Jacob Martin: The Broncos will be without Baron Browning in this game and Nik Bonitto is also listed as questionable. Without Bradley Chubb, the team is going to have to generate a pass rush from somewhere and will need more than just Dre’Mont Jones to do that.
Jacob Martin, who will be making his debut with the Broncos after being traded over, could be an interesting player to watch in this game.