Four Broncos who are a lock for the Pro Bowl in 2023
Broncos players who are locks to make the Pro Bowl in 2023
Greg Dulcich, TE
Dulcich missed the first chunk of the season with a bad hamstring but has since entered the lineup and turned into a reliable target in his rookie season. He’s got 28 receptions for 361 yards and a touchdown so far. He’s averaging 45.1 yards per game, which, over a 17-game season, would give him 767 yards.
Being that tight ends usually take a year or two to acclimate in the NFL, Dulcich’s second year is looking very spicy. He’s a true athlete for the position and perhaps has the ability to even line up in the slot.
He’s not your stereotypical 6’5″, 260-pound tight end. His smaller frame does allow for more freedom with his usage within the offense. Russell Wilson should keep feeding him the ball, and I do like the idea of Wilson developing more chemistry with the pass catchers.
He’s not going anywhere, no matter what random Twitter users say, and Dulcich seemed primed to continue serving as the TE1 within the offense. He’ll have a monster 2023.