Tag: Connor McGovern
Denver will be without star center Matt Paradis this year and the entire offensive line needs to improve compared to their individual 2018 seasons. Can Mike Munchak keep them from regressing in 2019?
Connor McGovern is the odds-on favorite to start at center, but what about rookies Dalton Risner and Ryan Crozier? Can anyone fill Matt Paradis' void?
One of the most glaring holes on the roster for the Broncos is at center and guard. With free agency in the rearview mirror, who could Elway target in the draft to patch up the interior of the line?
Taking a closer look at a few bright spots in the Broncos’ season, using Pro Football Focus' advanced analytics.
Penalties wiped 78 yards gained off the board for the Broncos in their loss to the Chiefs. Without all those infractions, Denver could have beaten Kansas City on the road.
Ronald Leary has been a consistent blocker at left guard for the Broncos for two years, but this season seems to be over early, just as 2017 was for him. That will likely mean Max Garcia stepping into the role.
When Ronald Leary was injured early in the second half, Denver's offensive line suddenly had two backups playing, which hurt the offense on the whole.
Connor McGovern will sit today while Max Garcia will play for the first time all year. That, and other changes made by Vance Joseph.
Connor McGovern has excelled this year for the Broncos, making it a head-scratching move to put him in competition with Max Garcia. Instead, there are multiple places the team can start to fix things.