2022 Broncos at a crossroads


Dec 19, 2012
with gordan back denver to me only has 3 pressing needs ILB EDGE and CB if m willis is at 64 u also have to think about it


Dec 19, 2012
Broncos selected Oklahoma EDGE Nik Bonitto with the No. 64 overall pick in the 2022 NFL Draft.
An accomplished two-sport athlete who received several scholarship offers for basketball, Bonitto (6’3/248) chose to eschew hardwood glory to pursue a career on the gridiron. It proved to be a prescient decision as he was the only player in the nation who recorded back-to-back seasons with a PFF pass-rush grade of 90.0 or more while generating a superb 22.4 percent win rate in that span. His 11.1 percent pressure rate was tops in the nation last year. Bonitto has elite speed and agility that was backed up by an impressive Combine, where he tested at an 85th-percentile level or better in every single test except for the bench, adding up to an elite 9.37 relative athletic score. He gets off the line quickly with a smooth shoulder dip and will bait opposing tackles with a slide step right off the snap that leaves blockers whiffing on contact. Bonitto has enough pop in his hands to keep opponents honest but is undersized against the run and prefers to go around blocks than take them on. Best suited as a 3-4 OLB, he has all the tools to be a pocket-wrecking edge in the mold of Giants LB Aziz Ojulari but could stand to add some size.


Dec 19, 2012
Broncos selected TE Greg Dulcich with the No. 80 overall pick in the 2022 NFL Draft.
Dulcich (6'4/243) emerged as a junior with a 26-517-5 receiving line in seven games. He followed up with a senior campaign of 43-721-5 in 11 games and was named first-team All-Pac-12. Over his final two seasons, Dulcich recorded a 31% yardage share and a 26% target share, operating as a true downfield weapon with a 13.4 average depth of target. Dulcich appears capable of running more than typical underneath inline routes, profiling more as a big slot receiver in the mold of Mike Gesicki. With a 4.69 40, 34-inch vertical, and 10-foot-2 broad jump, he lacks Gesicki's elite athleticism, but still projects to be an above-average athlete at the position with uncommon receiving skills. With Albert Okwuegbunam ahead of him on the depth chart, Dulcich won't see the field a ton as a rookie. However, his pass-caching chops make him the ideal backup to the oft-injured Okwuegbunam.


Dec 19, 2012
now i am going to rank the AFC NFC 1-16

AFC East 1 Buff 12-5 2 NE 9-8 3 MIA 8-9 4 NYJ 6-11
AFC North 1 Ciny 11-6 2 Balt 10-7 3 Cle 7-10 4 Pitt 6-11
Afc South 1 Indy 10-7 2 Tenn 9-8 3 jax 5-12 4 Hou 4-13
AFC West 1 LAC 11-6 2 Den 10-7 3 KC 9-8 4 OAK 8-9

AFC 1-16
1 BUFF Heartbreak as buff loses in ot in the super bowl 2
2 LAC 3 On paper maybe the best starting 22 in the nfl
3 CINY 4 Burrow looks like the next great qb
4 INDY 9 they are due for the playoffs
5 BALT 10 no wr will cost them but will be fine in reg season
6 DEN 11 why i have them so high @ Car JETS plus lost 4 close games last season
7 KC 12 toughest sch in NFL there 3 oddball games @ TB BUFF TENN

8 NE 14 can they score over 20 on a game by game baseics
9 TENN 17 last year was their shot

10 OAK they have no def will lose a lot of 34-31 games 18
11 MIA 19 with a star qb this is a top 10 team
12 CLE 20 watson will miss at least 8 games
13 PITT 24 u dont pick a qb first in a bad qb draft if tomlin wins 8 games with this qb room then he will earn the media love
14 NYJ 26 Great draft but raw qb and lack of inpact guys
15 JAX 27 they are a year away
16 HOU 29 they are 2 years away

NFC East 1 Dal 11-6 2 Philly 10-7 3 WC 7-10 4 NYG 5-12
NFC North 1 GB 12-5 2 DET 7-10 3 MINN 6-11 4 CHI 4-13
NFC South 1 TB 12-5 2 NO 10-7 3 ATL 5-12 4 CAR 4-13
NFC West 1 LA Rams 10-7 2 SF 9-8 3 ZONA 8-9 4 SEA 5-12

NFC 1-16
1 TB 1 Brady goes out a champ
2 GB 5 Rodgers Last shot ?

3 DAL 6 they will screw up showhow
4 RAMS 7 great team but no death
5 PHILLY 8 with time this team couild be in the 2024 super bowl
6 NO 13 soild team ex at QB
7 SF 15 this is with jimmy g without jimmy they swich with zona
8 ZONA 16 all off no def is murry the long term answer
9 DET 21 they are a qb away
10 WC 22 they are a owner away
11 MINN 23 couisns is just a stats guy
12 SEA 25 they need to tank but pete wont do it

13 NYG 28 jones is not the guy
14 CAR 30 dead coach walking
15 CHI 31 Fields is by himseif
16 ATL 32 only good thing about this season is they will have their choice of QB in a QB deep draft
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Dec 19, 2012
my guess are the starters
QB Wilson ripyen / j johnson
RB Williams/ Gordan
WR Sutton Patrick Jerdy? might miss week 1 hamler
TE Albert O / Dulcich
LT Bolies anderson
LG Reisner muti
C Cush mentz
RG Mentz/glacow
RT Turner/compton can play RG as well

DE D Jones j harris
DT DJ Jones E Umazurike
DE D Williams M again
OLB Chubb /bonito
ILB Jewell singleton browning
OLB Gregory Reed
CB Sirtain II Darby K Williams D Matins
FS J Simmons C Stens
SS K Jackson J R Reed PJ Locke

K Mcmanus P Marin KR Washington/spener PR Washington spener