Denver Broncos 4 potential changes in the 2023 offseason
The Denver Broncos clearly need some help. It feels like the 2022 season has been completely lost and that a lot of people are looking toward the future.
Some questions remain for the team following their loss to the Tennessee Titans on Sunday. In fact, those questions have been asked all year long. At some point, something has to give.
We might just have to wait until the conclusion of the season to see those changes take place. In the meantime, here are four potential offseason changes we could start to see as soon as the 2022 season comes to an end.
Denver Broncos potential offseason change: Offensive Coordinator
The offense of the Denver Broncos currently ranks 23rd in yards per game. With a wide receiver group and quarterback that we have, something does not add up. It might fall all on the offensive coordinator, Justin Outten.
When it comes to coaches and players, it is essential to have the proper pairing. Halfway through the 2022 season, it does not feel like Russell Wilson and Outten are a great match. That might be reason to move on and find someone else to help lead the offense.
I understand that there are instances in which the team’s wide receivers do get wide open and Russell Wilson just misses them. He either only looks in the direction of one wide receiver (*cough* Courtland Sutton *cough*) or misfires on a throw to an actually open player.
I get that. Unfortunately, it’s part of an offensive coordinator’s job to get the players ready to go. They have to be better prepared. Unfortunately, the Denver Broncos are in the top-5 of the whole NFL in terms of dropped passes.
Thankfully, at least early on, the Broncos appear to have found a star in rookie tight end Greg Dulcich. Dulcich was nominated for rookie of the week this past week for catching four passes for 87 yards, which led all tight ends. Imagine what Dulcich could do with a proper quarterback-offensive coordinator pairing.