It’s quite clear that the Denver Broncos are a bad football team. As such, it is easy to bash them and rehash just how bad they are on a weekly basis.
But we should also talk about things that have been positive and while there isn’t a lot of material to work with in that regard, it can all be something that the Broncos can attempt to build on as they look for any kind of good news before this disastrous season ends.
The Broncos fell to the Baltimore Ravens 10-9 on Sunday despite the Ravens being without Lamar Jackson for much of the day. It marked the fourth straight loss for the Broncos and their eighth loss in their last nine games.
That is not good.
But here are a few things that were good in this loss.
Broncos tight end Greg Dulcich has been a find
As ridiculous as it sounds, Greg Dulcich may be having the best season of anyone on the Denver roster. That’s especially surprising when you consider that the rookie missed the first five games of the season.
Dulcich has not put up huge numbers this year, but no one else has either.
Dulich caught six passes for 85 yards against the Ravens and was pretty much the team’s only source of offense for much of the day. On the year, he now has 25 catches for 319 yards and a touchdown in seven games. When you consider just how bad the offense has been, Dulcich has been one of the lone bright spots on the entire roster.
It’s been a forgettable year in Denver but this young tight end should be a solid contributor for many years.