Tuesday, July 16, 2019

Tag: Pro Football Focus

Dre’Mont Jones: An exciting, pass-rushing stud interior defensive lineman

Dre'Mont Jones could end up being a star the Broncos found at No. 71 overall.

Drew Lock’s best comparison? It’s Jay Cutler, making him a risk

Drew Lock seems to be a great pick at 10 until you dive into the Pro Football Focus numbers. His negatively-graded throws are a bit alarming.

Bryce Callahan can improve Denver’s defense in more ways than one

Bryce Callahan is the signing of free agency for the Broncos because not only is he one of the best slot cover corners, he's also the best at rushing the passer at his position.

Kareem Jackson signing gives Broncos two star cornerbacks

Jackson was the seventh-best cornerback in the NFL last year per Pro Football Focus, giving Denver two players in the top-20 at one of the most important positions in football.

Von Miller falls while Chris Harris jumps back on Pro Football...

Von Miller and Chris Harris continue to prove their two of the best players in the NFL and at their respective positions. Ed Donatell will likely love the talent on that side of the ball even before free agency and the draft.

John Elway, Broncos got exactly what they paid for in Case...

Looking at the contract Case Keenum signed a season ago, and how his play measured up with 2019 Pro Football Focus QB Annual.

The Broncos need more consistency from the wide receivers in 2019

According to Pro Football Focus, Denver's pass catchers led the NFL with 29 open pocket drops. 

How can Rich Scangarello make Case Keenum better? More play-action

Case Keenum was one of the best passers in play-action in 2018, meaning the Broncos should call more of those plays in 2019.

Broncos’ biggest offseason need? PFF says it’s cornerback

Is Bradley Roby the future of Broncos cornerback play? Even if he is and Denver re-signs him, they'll need to pick up another CB this offseason.

To cut or not to cut: Su’a Cravens’ future is in...

After being listed as a healthy scratch for Saturday's primetime matchup with the Browns, it seems more likely than ever that Cravens will be cut at season's end. Should the Broncos cut Cravens? Or, is there a better solution?