Last year, the Denver Broncos got an incredible effort from an undrafted free agent, as Phillip Lindsay took the starting running back job during the summer and never looked back. Lindsay ended the season by rushing for over 1,000 yards, scoring nine touchdowns, and becoming a Pro Bowler.
The offense will be headlined by Flacco in 2019, and this team is really only going to go as far as his right arm will take him. Denver has done a nice job bolstering the offensive line in front of him, drafting Dalton Risner, and signing offensive tackle Ja’Waun James, and he has a nice cast of receivers to throw to.
Rookie Courtland Sutton showed in year one that he has the goods to be a solid option in the passing game as a rookie, and the team made sure to bring back veteran Emmanuel Sanders this offseason. If Flacco can return to the form that he had when he led the Ravens to the Super Bowl, Denver will be a tough out for this Raiders team, especially on the road.