De’Vante Bausby explains why Denver Broncos might be in trouble.
Change is hard in any job, but imagine what it must be like for the Denver Broncos offense right now.
Looking at it right now, I would guess that there will be as many as six new starters on the Broncos offense in Week 1 compared to where they were in October last season.
I am talking about a team that is changing to a new quarterback, two of their top three wide receivers, their center, right guard, and potentially a different starting running back as well. That isn’t even talking about their switch at OC either.
Don’t take that as me saying that this team is worse because the Denver Broncos are undoubtedly better on offense now than they were a year ago. The problem is that these guys are going to get about two weeks of padded practices together, then they host the Tennessee Titans to start the season.
This isn’t a game where the Broncos can catch someone who is also on uneven footing or someone like the Jacksonville Jaguars who lost a lot of talent this past offseason. They are facing a team that returns 11 or 11 players who got started multiple games on offense last season, and the one potential change they have in their starting line up from the team that whomped the Baltimore Ravens is a battle at right tackle.
If you think I am wrong for thinking that the Broncos are probably missing out on the opportunity to work with each other in live-action before the season starts, don’t listen to me, listen to one of the players on the Broncos roster.