The Denver Broncos have been disappointing so far in the 2020 season. They currently sit at 1-3, with a postponed Patriots game coming closer and closer, how can the Broncos … Continue Reading Denver Broncos – how can they turn it around?
After a season which saw a dominant Chiefs squad win their first Super Bowl, the most explosive offense in the NFL is once again gearing…
Coming into the 2019 NFL season, most teams have a pretty good idea of which players are going to have a big impact for them. However, each team has at least one player that has the potential to dominate and lead the team to victory, but also the potential to flounder. In this series each of these players will be evaluated by division, and I will give my assessment for whether they will be boom or bust compared to the expectations for 2019.
In this series of articles I will go division by division talking about each team’s defense and ranking them in the last article. What makes me qualified? Well, I did take a defense as my first round pick one year. To be fair, it was my first year actually playing fantasy. Also, in my first year of fantasy it should be known that 9 DSTs averaged at least 10 fantasy points a game as compared to last season where the Bears were the only squad to do so (and by a considerable margin). In the last article we discussed the NFC West and in this article we will discuss the AFC West.