Denver Broncos: 5 Questions We Need Answered in Camp

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Heading into the 2018 season, the Denver Broncos have low expectations from the National media.

It seems the consensus is eight wins.  Looking at the schedule, Denver would have to be pretty bad to only score eight wins.  We looked at the Broncos schedule in a fun way, here.

14-2 may be a bit of a stretch but it isn’t a stretch to believe the Broncos can carve 11 wins out of that schedule. There are questions, to be sure but Broncos fans can’t be alone in their perception of this team.  Denver has improved the roster from 2017.  What remains to be seen is if they can also improve on the 5-11 mark they posted.

Coming into camp the Broncos have stability at the quarterback position for the first time since Peyton Manning’s retirement.  Barring injury, the offensive line is set.  The pass rush has been improved.

Most deficiencies have been addressed.  Denver had a good offseason, particularly in the draft.  Let’s not forget this is a team that won the Super Bowl three years ago.

Here’s a deeper look at five questions that should be answered in training camp: