Why The 2010 Broncos Will Be Better Than The 2009 Broncos

July 1, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Much of the media has seemingly determined that the Denver Broncos will do worse in 2010 than 2009.  
The primary reason for this seems to be that most "experts" believe that the Brandon Marshall trade will result in a substantial drop in offensive production.
Additionally, the loss of Mike Nolan as a coach makes many feel their defense will be less effective. 
Finally, it seems people believe that by drafting Tim Tebow, they somehow shot themselves in the foot.  
However, a closer look at what is happening in Dove Valley shows that the Broncos have most likely improved a little since last season. They will almost certainly win nine or 10 games.
To demonstrate this, let's look at each of the major parts of the team, how they have changed since last season, and what that likely means for the season.
Offensive Line
Injuries have depleted their O-line. While that is never good, it is only May. Their guys will be 100 percent by Septem...

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