the least of the Broncos worries in 2020. Finally, they have to make sure the young offensive core can grow and learn with each other
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…
They added depth at corner and on the front seven. This marks the third in a recent string of very good drafts by John Elway
to compete with the fringe roster candidates. Furthermore, He was the second to last player taken, the expectations should not and are not too high.
He likely will not have any fantasy relevance in normal fantasy leagues. His ceiling is probably a boom or bust flex option in 16+ team leagues.
for one year, and Jurrell Casey is on the wrong side of 30. Agim is a developmental project and maybe some decent depth in 2020.
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On Friday, Broncos agreed to terms with almost 27 year old, 2x pro-bowl running back, Melvin Gordon. Aside from the immediate excitement of revenge games versus his former team the Los Angeles Chargers, the running game will take a leap forward in 2020. Denver and MGIII agreed to a two year deal worth $16 million, $13.5 million guaranteed, making him the 6th highest paid running back in the league. Denver will be one of only three teams with two pro-bowl running backs on their roster. While I’m not thrilled about the contract, I’m enticed by Gordon’s pass catching ability, as well as his blocking ability, and am hopeful this move will make sense come the end of 2020.
John Elway has quietly put together a strong free agency. From securing a trade for A.J. Bouye in early March to trading a 7th round pick for pro-bowler Jurrell Casey, Elway and Co. have been making what appear to be all the right moves…
The league will kick off its 100th season on Thursday with the Hall of Fame Game between the Denver Broncos and Atlanta Falcons. The exhibition matchup will serve as the introduction to all of the festivities in Canton, Ohio, as the Pro Football Hall of Fame will hold its annual induction ceremony on Saturday…
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 episode we take a segment from Monday’s episode which goes live 6.23.19! We discuss Noah Fant and what we expect from him in 2019 and beyond.
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.