We’ve been through this before, haven’t we?
After the Broncos lost the AFC Championship Game to the Patriots in Super Bowl LI, the NFL began to slow down its season, as teams like the New England Patriots and New York Jets continued to improve.
This meant the league was in an interesting position.
There was no immediate answer on what to do with the Broncos.
After the AFC championship game, the league made an agreement with the league and the league’s 32 teams to reduce the number of playoff games in the regular season.
This reduced the number to just 12, which allowed the league to get away from the “we can’t win the Super Bowl” narrative.
But this is a huge deal, and the Broncos should be applauded for taking the step of removing the postseason from their season.
If the Broncos want to be a serious contender in the NFL, they should be able to win a championship.
This would help the team be better equipped to compete for a championship as opposed to just going out and winning one.
With the reduced number of games, the next step in the offseason would be to get the Broncos to be able for Super Monday to be the only regular season game that is played on Monday, instead of the only day of the week.
The Broncos could also use this to make sure that the Broncos have a good offseason.
There are a lot of good free agents available, so they should have a lot to work with in free agency.
If they can get a top free agent, they can sign one of the best players in the league, Peyton Manning, and that could open up a lot more options.
For now, it is still unclear if the Broncos will be able or willing to trade Manning.
If not, this will be a very interesting offseason for the team, and for the NFL.
Let’s take a look at how things could go down.