Analysis

Future Is Bright for Broncos’ Defense Even Without Bradley Chubb

The Denver Broncos believe their young studs will help “soften the blow” of trading a great piece. Meanwhile, if the Miami Dolphins want to get their total value with Bradley Chubb, they must lock him up long-term.

Chargers vs. Broncos Week 6 Scouting Report: Grades and Key Matchups

Chargers vs. Broncos Week 6 Scouting Report: Grades and Key Matchups
The Scouting Report for Monday Night’s Broncos-Chargers game is produced by The 33rd Team’s Scouting Department, led by former Eagles, Cardinals, and Ravens personnel executive T.J. McCreight and assisted by scouts Justin Casey, Kevin Cohn, and Evan Pritt. Justin Herbert vs. Russell Wilson Los Angeles is second in the NFL, averaging 291 yards passing per game […]

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Colts-Broncos Week 5 Scouting Report: Grades and Key Matchups

Colts-Broncos Week 5 Scouting Report: Grades and Key Matchups
The Scouting Report for Thursday night’s Colts-Broncos game is produced by The 33rd Team’s Scouting Department, which is led by former Eagles, Cardinals, and Ravens personnel executive T.J. McCreight and assisted by scouts Justin Casey, Kevin Cohn, and Evan Pritt. >> Tale of the Tape for Colts-Broncos TNF Matchup     Colts OL vs. Broncos […]

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Breakdowns

Russell Wilson, Denver Broncos Offense Will Be One of NFL’s Best

The Denver Broncos offense is about to become one of the best in the league, very quickly. Consequently, the defense is in a place and has its leaders to set the tone. With the front office and staff now working in sync, this team can go places.

The acquisition of Russell Wilson will have Denver playing at the highest level possible. Equally, receiving group he has is deep with some top-end talent. They have some younger guys at a couple of positions but overall this offense is set up nicely. In their division they are going to have to score a lot of points, Wilson and this Broncos offense can do that. 

In the past, Russell Wilson has been one of the most sacked quarterbacks in the league. Previously we talked about the receiving group and it seems like Courtland Sutton is having a healthy camp, that will go long way. His veteran presence around guys like Javonte Williams, Jerry Jeudy, and Greg Dulicich is going to be instrumental.

Similarly on defense, players and leaders are in place. Looking at it from top to bottom they are in a very good place to find success. The Broncos offense at times may serve as the complement to this defense. George Patton made a great pick last year with Patrick Surtain II, alongside Justin Simmons will do wonders for a long time. Not many teams can boast they have such a young and top-level duo in the defensive backs group.

New Head Coach Nathaniel Hackett will have the offense cleaned up in a few spots. His leadership in Green Bay we know was something that Aaron Rodgers loved to have. He with Wilson and this Broncos offense could prove to be one of the best relationships in the league. 

Hackett and Patton both should be very proud of where they have this Denver team.

Week 1 Rookie Report

Week 1 Rookie Report
Whether they are high draft picks, late-round value picks or undrafted free agents, we’ll take a look each week of the NFL season at how NFL rookies are doing. Here’s this week’s report: Stock Up: Offensive Players QB: Mac Jones – Jones impressed in his debut, throwing for 281 yards, 1 TD, and 0 INTs, […]

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On the Clock: San Francisco 49ers

On the Clock: San Francisco 49ers
Things have not been the same for the San Francisco 49ers after losing Super Bowl LIV. What looked like the start of a dynasty has now turned into an enigma. Entering 2020, the Niners were favorites to repeat as NFC champs, but their roster was decimated by injuries from the get-go. Nick Bosa, Jimmy Garoppolo, […]

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