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My thoughts on what the Denver Broncos should/should not do to their roster during the offseason:

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Many people will probably disagree with this, but I think that the Denver Broncos should keep Brock Osweiler, rather than going after a QB in the draft, or signing one that is a free agent.
People are always saying that Osweiler has not proven himself, but if you ask me, I think that Osweiler proved himself when he stepped up and filled in for Manning. While he is not the best quarterback in the NFL, Osweiler is definitely a lot more talented than most people give him credit for.
I say keep Osweiler, and try to draft offensive linemen, as well as possibly upgrade Denver's receivers. Their main priority should be the offensive line, though. If there is still enough room in the salary cap after that, then the Broncos should look to upgrading their receivers.


  1. Trevor44's Avatar
    I agree, think Peyton is done. Denver's WRs are pretty good so I would just try and stack the O line
  2. CamaroPat's Avatar
    Denver's 2nd priority this offseason is resinging Brock (after Von Miller), but if somebody offers a crazy money contract Denver will let him walk. They want to keep Malik Jackson too. Trevathan will be gone as Denver wont match the money he will get. I'm guessing Denver will Draft TE in the first 3 rounds again, and draft Clady's replacement as he is probably done in Denver. When a guy like Latimer cant get in the rotation the WRs are pretty sound for another year at least, DT and ILB will be spots they will look to fortify too with FAs that will be leaving. There are plenty of stopgap QBs out there Denver can pick up if Osweiler gets crazy money elsewhere, but its kinda surprising Denver didn't work out a deal with Von and use the Franchise Osweiler for this year, lol.

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