Las Vegas Raiders 2020 Opponent Review: Denver Broncos
Broncos 2020 additions and subtractions
The Denver Broncos made a concerted effort to build around their new franchise quarterback this offseason, bringing in three weapons that are certain to make an impact in 2020. Denver used their first two draft picks in 2020 on the wide receiver position, selecting Alabama star Jerry Jeudy in the first round, and Penn State playmaker KJ Hamler in round two.
When you couple them with the fact they signed Melvin Gordon as a compliment to Philip Lindsay this offeason, this Broncos offense has the talent to be very explosive this season. If Lock is what the team thinks he is, they could certainly do some damage every time they touch the ball.
Looking at the other side of the ball, the Broncos got better as well, trading for two guys who will make an instant impact in 2020. Jurrell Casey is a premier defensive tackle, and cornerback A.J. Bouye will fill the void left by Chris Harris Jr., who signed with division rival Los Angeles this offseason.
The Broncos also lost Connor McGovern along the offensive line to the New York Jets, and defensive end Derek Wolfe, who signed on with the Baltimore Ravens. Overall, this roster got better.