There may not be a Super Bowl-winning quarterback in the Broncos' locker room. But a quarterback who can help them stop this five-year streak of missing the playoffs? There's a good chance he's already there.
The first wave of free agency came and went with the Denver Broncos not making a move at quarterback. In fact, not even a peep on the QB front from George Paton's front office.
But that doesn't mean a move won't be made.
If it's about hedges to provide competition for Drew Lock, the Broncos have their choice of options. Andrew Mason's series examining these options begins with a former Super Bowl MVP whose elite play is tantalizing, but whose consistency is lacking.
As Minshew hangs his hat on his ‘stache, the rest of the NFL, including the Broncos, shouldn’t lose sight of the traits that have allowed the mustache to become famous.
When it comes to the most important position battle entering camp, forget about the starting positions up for grabs such as right guard, running back and tight end, it’s all about the backup.
There have been two drastically different Case Keenum’s in the NFL. The Broncos placed a sizable bet on one of them.
The Eagles had a remarkable season. But over the past two years they did one thing that no other team did which led to their Super Bowl championship on Sunday night.
Although the Eagles’ backup quarterback is certainly a great story, don’t be fooled by the Nick Foles trap. Instead, look to the history of the game.
After touting how experience wasn’t crucial for a head coach, Vance Joseph and John Elway went out and stacked the Denver Broncos’ offensive staff with one thing: experience.
The Denver Broncos introduced Mark Sanchez to the media Monday morning and the newest member of the team is "hungry" to win the starting quarterback job.