The pilot episode of the new-look Denver Broncos, starring new QB Joe Flacco, hasn’t exactly gone as planned. While the Broncos were a tough team last year, they were expected to make the leap towards the playoffs this year under new head coach Vic Fangio and with Flacco’s addition.
The Denver Broncos had a largely uninspiring season last year with their 6-10 record, but surely they have to be better this year, right?
While these new signings look promising and will certainly help the departing roster, new general manger Eric DeCosta will have his work cut out for him filling the gaps of talented former players if the Ravens want to make it to the playoffs.
The first of the quarterback dominoes of the 2019 NFL offseason has fallen. On Wednesday, it was announced that the Denver Broncos were trading a mid-round pick to the Baltimore Ravens for veteran Joe Flacco.
That’s 6 of the last 15 Super Bowls having a QB on a rookie deal starting. Now it doesn’t look quite so straight forward. This is because with a quarterback on a rookie deal teams can surround their young stats with 5-star talent.
Los Angeles Chargers held off a late Baltimore Ravens fightback to advance from the AFC Wild Card round. Winning 23-17 on Sunday, they were able to avenge for the 22-10 loss two weeks ago to the Ravens.
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