Three underrated issues for the Broncos to fix for 2023
Depth, depth, depth!
One of the huge positives of the Broncos’ roster in 2021 was the amount of depth it had at many positions. The reason I think the depth of the overall roster can be an underrated issue to fix for 2023 is because many of us have been clamoring for changes with some of the starters.
The offensive line is in need of multiple new starters. The RB1 position will also need to be prioritized because of Javonte Williams’ injury, and I think the team needs to find someone to pair with Courtland Sutton not named Jerry Jeudy or Tim Patrick.
The team may also need a CB2 to start opposite of Patrick Surtain II, as Ronald Darby tore his ACL earlier in the year and could simply get cut. The depth of rosters are filled out during the final waves of free agency and during the NFL draft.
The exciting parts of free agency that content creators write about are those first several days when teams fork over large contracts to land the major free agency players. When teams are truly built are the end of free agency and during the draft.
At the same time that the Broncos are working to fill multiple starting holes on offense, they mustn’t forget to find quality depth, especially if this injury trend continues, which has been going on for several years now.