2010 Denver Broncos Predictions

July 16, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

In Josh McDaniels's first season as head coach of the Denver Broncos, he got rid of quarterback Jay Cutler and surprised everyone by starting the season 6-0. They beat the Bengals, Cowboys, Patriots, and Chargers. The hot start cooled off real fast. The Broncos went on to lose eight of their final ten games of the season to finish the year 8-8 and outside the playoffs.
This off-season McDaniels got rid of another key player on the offensive side of the ball. The Broncos traded away wide receiver Brandon Marshall. There is still hope this team can at least compete for the division crown in 2010. A lot of things point for a bit of a down year in Denver, though. Here is a look at what the Broncos bring to the table on both sides of the ball in 2010.
Offense: After acquiring Brady Quinn in a trade with the Cleveland Browns, the Broncos shocked everyone by trading back into the first round to select Florida quarterback Tim Tebow. The move likely seals McDaniels's fate with the suc...

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