The Broncos enter their week two matchup with the Commanders at 0-1, with several reasons to be optimistic, and a handful to be worried. The Broncos narrowly dropped their first game to the Raiders, 17-16. The offense only held the ball six times and scored over 3 points per possession, which is a solid number. On the flip side, only six possessions is a major concern. Additionally, the Broncos are going to need to create more possessions by taking the ball away and sacking the quarterback. They only had one combined takeaway or sack in week one, a truly worrisome number. All of that considered, here are three best-case scenarios for the Broncos in week two.
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