Who Will Emerge at the Tight End Position for the Denver Broncos in 2016?

May 18, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Denver Broncos are going to have a different looking offense in 2016. Last year with quarterback Peyton Manning, the team wasn’t able to run head coach Gary Kubiak's offense true to form. With Manning retired, the full Kubiak system should be in place for the Broncos.
The Kubiak scheme is built off the zone-blocking system up front. The offensive linemen move in unison laterally after the snap and cutback lanes will open up for the running back. The emphasis on the rushing attack leads to play-action passing opportunities as the game goes on.
When asked to pass, the quarterback in the Kubiak system is often finding the tight end on underneath routes or sneaky out routes opposite the play side. More than other offenses in the league, the Kubiak system is known as being tight end-friendly. The tight end is going to be a primary receiver in this offense, and there will be multiple formations where two-tight end sets are used.
So who will emerge at the tight end po...

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