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With the 2018 season coming to a close with a _____ win http://www.broncoscheapauthenticstore.com/darian-stewart-jersey-cheap , it’s now time to start looking ahead. I thought my first post-Lombardi Horse Tracks would serve as a great time to take a look at the current state of the Broncos and where they need to improve if they want to compete for titles in the Fangio era.QuarterbackThis one’s obvious. If you were to enter “Quarterbacks Mile High Report” into the ol’ Google, you’d get posts from as far back as October this year. On the first page. Case Keenum is the odds on favorite to start the opener in 2019, but all reports suggest Elway and the Broncos brass are going to aggressively pursue Drew Lock of Missouri. Denver Broncos: John Elway calls Case Keenum a “short-term fix” at QB - Mile High ReportI’m on the record as dubious of Lock, in part because I think he needs serious work to break some of his Cutler-esque tendencies. Everyone says they’ll give a rookie time in February, but as soon as Keenum throws the first training camp pick, fans and the media pressure will mount to bench the journeyman for the shiny new toy.Denver Broncos can’t afford to play it safe at quarterback anymore - Mile High ReportHow can the Denver Broncos ensure they get their Quarterback? - Mile High ReportChances are, Denver will need to move up if they want to avoid the Jacksonville Jaguars or New York Giants grabbing Lock. Speculation about who they’re talking to and what it will cost is going to drive a lot of news this spring.SafetyQB is the biggest need, but I’d go so far as to say that an elite safety is right behind. There’s a chance that the Broncos could develop one from the current crop on the roster. Vic Fangio turned Adrian Amos into one of the best in the game over his tenure with the Bears and it’s no secret that Justin Simmons has sky-high potential. There are flashes on his 2018 tape, perhaps a stronger scheme to play within will lead to better results going forward?Failing that, Denver still has Su’a Cravens (who Elway had a round 1 grade on in 2016) and Will Parks, who really surprised last season. If the coaching staff isn’t sold on any of the three, Amos lurks in free agency. Perhaps he’d be keen on reuniting with the only defensive system he’s played in during his professional career?CornerbackSuper Bowl 50 feels like a lifetime ago, but the last time the Broncos played for all the marbles, they were led by a defense famously known as “The No Fly Zone.” While the 2018 D was among the league’s elite, replacing Aqib Talib with Tramaine Brock led to something closer to Southwest Airlines at times. Bradley Roby’s promotion to CB2 was a bit of a mixed back, and he’s no certainty to return. Brock’s own return is unlikely. Behind them is Isaac Yiadom and...?GIF Horse - The Most Valuable Denver Broncos 25-34 - Mile High ReportThe 2019 secondary will be led by Chris Harris Jr, who should be Canton-bound when all is said and done. But he’ll need help. The Fangio defense has made hay without elite corner play in the past, but things will be easier if Elway and the Front Office can find another talented cover man to add to the mix.It won’t be easy: the free agent class has one legitimate headliner: Ronald Darby. The bare market could mean players like Roby still haul in $10-12 million. That leaves the draft Cheap Chris Harris Jr Jersey , but if it takes a first and additional 2018 Day 2 ammo to get a QB like Lock, pickings could be slim. Offensive LineThe final Broncos OL from left to right: Bolles-Wilkinson-McGovern-Turner-VeldheerGIF Horse - The Most Valuable Denver Broncos 16-24 - Mile High ReportEven if you discount the fact that both Ronald Leary and Matt Paradis could depart, the Broncos will need to make decisions about their “hogs.” Veldheer and Turner, like Paradis, are free agents. All three should receive some consideration from around the league. If none return Mike Munchak could have his work cut out for him: Wilkinson’s ceiling is a versatile backup, McGovern’s probably a guard and Bolles needs a lot of work.Luckily, the free agent class and draft offer solutions. How Elway decides to address the front five could have drastic impact on the offensive production next year.Wide ReceiverDo you believe Emmanuel Sanders can return to peak health at 32 years old after tearing his Achilles late in the 2018 campaign? If he can, the 2019 receiving corps will look a lot like the 2018 version. Courtland Sutton, DaeSean Hamilton, and Tim Patrick should all return. All three could breakout with another offseason of experience and better play calling to aid them.If he can’t, the Broncos will need to find another set of hands. In free agency there’s a few options that intrigue, but a lot that come with serious questions. It seems unlikely from here that Denver spends another draft pick on a wide receiver, though the 2019 class has some exciting prospects. Defensive Front 7Seemingly the strength of the Broncos defense, there is plenty of room for improvement. Denver’s D finished 4th against the pass per Football Outsiders’ DVOA metric, but league average vs the run and sub par against passes to the middle of the field. The Fangio system will hopefully lead to internal improvement for the returners, notably Bradley Chubb who should improve on the finer aspects of Edge play in his sophomore season. GIF Horse - The Most Valuable Denver Broncos 7-15 - Mile High ReportThere are a few questions: some wonder if Todd Davis and Josey Jewell have the range to serve as the middle men in the new defense. Brandon Marshall, Domata Peko, Zach Kerr Youth Justin Simmons Jersey , Shane Ray, and Shaq Barrett are likely to depart. Elway will need to find new depth, but fortunately the talent available in free agency and the draft should provide options.Running Backs The 2018 Broncos were an average offense, but actually finished among the five best rushing teams in football. Phillip Lindsay didn’t haul in the Offensive Rookie of the Year award, but was voted to the Pro Bowl. He was a dynamic breakaway threat that had to be planned around every week and should serve as a foundational player going forward. Denver Broncos: Ranking Phillip Lindsay’s 10 best Rookie Runs - Mile High ReportBehind him Royce Freeman and Devontae Booker fill out the depth chart with complimentary skills. Freeman brings strong vision and deceptive mobility for 230 lb back. Most expected him to win the starting job out of camp last year and with a return to health he should give the Broncos a strong 1-2 punch. Booker was the pass catching third down back last year and had route running skills neither rookie had fully developed yet. The key word, of course is yet. Best case scenario one of the two youngsters shows signs of marked improvement in the passing game. Lindsay is such an explosive player with the ball in his hands that if he can force defenses to account for him in space the vertical game to Sutton would open up. It’s likely Elway looks to add competition for Booker as well as eat some reps in training camp, but this group has a pretty strong chance to return in tact for 2019. All three remain on rookie contracts and produced with their opportunities last year.On to your Broncos linksFormer Denver Broncos disappoint in Super Bowl LIII - Mile High ReportPat Bowlen voted into Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2019 - Mile High ReportPlayers react to Denver Broncos Hall of Fame announcements - Mile High ReportBroncos Steve Atwater denied Hall of Fame induction - Mile High ReportHall of fame exasperation and the Denver Broncos ownership situation. - Mile High ReportFMIA: Ego-less Patriots Figure It Out In Time Vs. Rams in ‘throwback’ Super Bowl – ProFootballTalk2019 NFL Mock Draft: Matt Miller’s Post-Super Bowl Predictions | Bleacher Report | Latest News, Videos and HighlightsMarino’s 2019 NFL Mock Draft 5.0 - The Draft NetworkNFL Mock Draft 2019: Two-round projections - The San Diego Union-Tribune2019 NFL mock draft: Here’s 2 rounds after Super Bowl - SBNation.comFebruary 4 - Two Round Mock Draft | Draft AnalystSuper Bowl StoriesSuper Bowl Analysis: Highlights of Patriots-Rams | SI.comJared Goff fails to deliver in the biggest game of his career – ProFootballTalkTom Brady sets record for Super Bowl wins with sixth ring for PatriotsDuron Harmon won’t visit White House after Patriots’ Super Bowl win | SI.comSuper Bowl 2019: MVP Julian Edelman shouldn’t have been playingThe Patriots Dynasty Just Won’t Die | FiveThirtyEightRob Gronkowski could “barely walk” (en route to party) – ProFootballTalkIn a league led by offense, Super Bowl LIII was a victory for the old school | Touchdown WireAnatomy of a Play: The Brandin Cooks touchdown that wasn’t | Touchdown WireThe New England Secondary: Exploit the Hesitation - Inside The PylonSuper Bowl 53: What’s next for Rams? | NFL | Sporting NewsSuper Bowl: Congrats to the Pats but that was dreadfulPatriots never practiced offensive package that led to winning TD – ProFootballTalkThe Rams Really Made A Mess Of Things | FiveThirtyEightSean McVay says he was ‘outcoached’ in Rams Super Bowl loss | SI.comSuper Bowl 53 halftime show was far from perfect, but it was perfect for this game | NFL | Sporting NewsThe Artless Spectacle of Maroon 5 at the Super Bowl | The New YorkerSuper Bowl music review: An empty-calorie display of corporate-pop competence from Maroon 5 - Chicago TribuneSuper Bowl 2019: Gladys Knight causes prop bet controversy with anthemSuper Bowl 2019 halftime show review: Maroon 5 was fine and forgettable - VoxSuper Bowl 2019: cannabis ad gets rejected by CBS - VoxOther NFL NewsNew Orleans Times-Picayune publishes ‘What Super Bowl?’ front page | SI.comChiefs fans are livid after Tony Gonzalez says Falcons ‘made my career’Breaking: Kansas City fans are still babies.Rising ESPN star Adnan Virk fired, escorted out in leak investigation The running theme of the offseason was whether or not Vance Joseph and his coaching staff could improve from their poor performance in 2017. After the first four weeks of the season, the short answer has to be no. When the Denver Broncos lost to the Kansas City Chiefs on Monday Night Football, it wasn’t the blowout some expected, but there was only one glaring issue.As Ian St. Clair and I discussed on the postgame recap, Vance Joseph and his staff seem unprepared for NFL action. Joe Woods continually puts the defense in the wrong scheme. Bill Musgrave forgets he has a legit one-two punch at running back. It is a disgrace to watch this staff ruin this talented group.Sure, we could talk about Keenum missing Demaryius Thomas for an easy touchdown at the end of the game. And we could bemoan his accuracy issues. We could discuss how Brandon Marshall continues to be a liability in coverage, or the lack of depth in the secondary. But none of that mattered.In truth, the Broncos went into their matchup with Kansas City looking like a team that was going to have 50 points scored on them. It was a legitimate concern for this writer. However Cheap Case Keenum Jersey , the defense was able to hold one of the highest scoring offenses in the league to just 27 points. Just imagine what the score would have looked like if the coaches knew what plays to call.No. The one big takeaway from this four-point loss is all about the inability of the coaching staff to put their players in a position to succeed. On the offensive side of the ball, how can anyone think not handing the ball to Royce Freeman and Phillip Lindsay all day was a good idea. Freeman had 8 carries for 67 yards and a touchdown. That’s 8.4 yards per carry! Am I missing something? Lindsay carried the ball 12 times for 69 yards and a score. Surely I’m not the only one noticing this, right?How can Bill Musgrave not notice his stud rookies averaging 6.8 yards per carry? Is it stubbornness? Stupidity? A lack of football knowledge? If I saw it, he must have seen it.Let’s not forget the pitiful decisions made by Joe Woods down the stretch. The defense scratched and clawed all game, overcoming pitiful offensive series after series. Even still, Joe Woods figured out a way to allow the Chiefs to go from 2nd and forever to getting a first down. Booger McFarland of the ESPN broadcast saw it, questioning why they were in man to man. Surely Joe Woods understands, right? He understands on 3rd and extra long at the end of the game you play off, and don’t allow a scrambling Mahomes to make things happen, right?And did he not notice that Patrick Mahomes was better when he was flushed outside the pocket? Perhaps a little more contain on the kid that seems to love school yard plays more than anything? My confusion just continued to grow throughout the game. No adjustments were made. No changes to try and eliminate big plays. Just relying on the talents of the players.Don’t get me wrong. Football is played by players, but isn’t the job of the coaching staff to prepare the team? Isn’t it their job to put the players in the best possible position to win? And it wasn’t like Andy Reid outcoached anyone. Vance Joseph et al. just couldn’t make the right call. The real concern is how simple it seemed to be for everyone else, and how difficult it was for the Broncos coaches.This is an indictment of the head coach, but it does not excuse the offensive and defensive coordinators. The worst part? Having to learn a whole new playbook in 2019.The MHR Radio Podcast is now on iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, Stitcher and TuneIn. Please subscribe to the one that fits your fancy, and also rate and review what you hear.
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