Revealing Common Sense Solutions to fix the Broncos' Offensive Line
The Denver Broncos have not had a good offensive line for quite a while. There have been many attempts to fix it, but the attempts have been suspect at best.
The unit's inconsistency has reared its ugly head yet again and the play of the quarterback has been unable to hide it.
With the hiring of Mike Munchak to coach the O-line, there were many expecting early returns, but the truth is, the Broncos simply don't have a lot of talent upfront. This unit allowed a heretofore struggling Kansas City Chiefs defense to apply pressure and be in the Broncos' backfield all night long.
There have to be changes made because the starting five as currently comprised isn’t the answer going forward.
That isn’t saying the Broncos don’t have a piece or two on the O-line, just that many of the pieces the team has are not and should not be part of the future plans. In the position the Broncos currently find themselves, this season should turn into a period of evaluation to ascertain what they have behind some of these struggling starters and determine whether they can be a solid piece going forward.
Not to mention that the reps some of these younger players can get could be a big boost for their development. When you know someone isn’t the answer, you have to figure out whether someone else you have on the roster might be.
What makes this tough for the Broncos is that they just lack talent in general on their offensive line, and especially in their depth. It is time to evaluate that depth because the Broncos have to know what they have oin their O-line going into the offseason, and especially the 2020 NFL Draft.
What changes can the Broncos make to even approach fixing the O-line this year? In the video above, I break it down in-depth. Am I up in the night? Tell me in the comment section below.