The Broncos have a plan. They'll stick with it unless and until circumstances dictate otherwise.
Even after moving on from Pro Bowl running back Phillip Lindsay, the Broncos don't have to draft a running back this year. But they could also make a major splash for years to come. Everything is on the table.
As Vic Fangio put it after practice, defensive coaches and players loved the way the scrimmage went. On the flip side, offensive players and coaches did not.
With an off day in sight, the Broncos brought the heat on Tuesday. But one side of the ball won the day.
The Broncos' pass rush is going to be a problem for opponents. Sunday morning, it was a problem for Denver's offense.
Vic Fangio began Friday's practice by bringing his team together in a huddle. After a minute of Fangio addressing his team, players started to hoot and holler and get hyped for whatever message the coach was delivering.
The defense took that shot of energy and ran with it to start practice. The offense, however, didn't pick up on it one bit as they came out flat, sluggish and out of tune. The energy started to hit the offense as the practice went on.
Instead of using the hot-hand approach when dividing the workload between the two Pro Bowl backs, Pat Shurmur said Melvin Gordon and Phillip Lindsay will “have specific roles" week in and week out.
On paper, he did just that by signing a Pro-Bowl running back, drafting an All-American receiver and selecting one of the fastest wideouts in the draft. With all of the new additions, including key pickups on the offensive line, the Broncos will have many new faces in the starting lineup.
The Colorado native has added plenty of flash to Denver’s running game the past two years. Elway and Fangio believe Flash Gordon will just add to that.
The Broncos’ 2018 rookie class made John Elway look like a genius their rookie season. But with incredibly high expectations in their second year, were they able to do the same?
The numbers show why one player's presence -- and absence -- has affected the Broncos' rushing output in 2019.
Two players who have seen their seasons defined by drops must step up if the Broncos are to find their footing without Sanders.
Also, find out why the Broncos’ tide is turning when it comes to covering running backs and tight ends in the passing game!
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