It’s a big ask. Then again, the Broncos – and their new general manager George Paton – have big work to do. So let's make a splash.
Garett Bolles was a complete and total bust coming into 2020. Then, he became arguably the best tackle in the NFL this year.
In the NFL, the ability to make the postseason is almost entirely driven by the play at quarterback. But as the remaining eight teams show, there is more than one way to find the missing piece for the Broncos.
What does George Paton's hiring mean for Drew Lock and Broncos quarterbacking in general? Paton's traded for QBs, drafted them and signed free agents; it's all possible this offseason.
This is supposed to be a job interview, but who’s interviewing who here? Someone will take the job. That’s a given. But the process is revealing a lot about the Broncos.
Trey Lance is a physical specimen, like Josh Allen was when he was coming out of college back in 2018. Should the Broncos take a chance on Lance or stay locked in on Lock?
Can Drew Lock, Vic Fangio and John Elway become a contender by this time next season? When a team continually misses the playoffs, that quest begins too soon too many times. Yet, it’s upon the Broncos once again. The calendar has (finally) changed. But have the Broncos?
Fangio's defense balled out on Sunday, but the head coach sabotaged his team's chances of winning. That last second timeout didn't help his team, but it did help the Raiders score and win the game.
Drew Lock can end the season on a high note and elevate his stats to a more respectable place. Plus, Jeremiah Attaochu has a lot on the line, as do the Broncos in terms of draft position.