5 Reasons the Denver Broncos Are AFC Contenders

Since winning the Super Bowl in 2015, the Denver Broncos have fallen off from being legitimate contenders in the AFC. Their drop off is a combination of multiple things. For starters, they’ve been trying to find a new franchise quarterback after Peyton Manning retired.

Next, the sudden change at the head coach position. The retirement of head coach Gary Kubiak forced the Broncos to hire a new coach sooner than expected. After the hiring of Vance Joseph last offseason, the Broncos haven’t made the playoffs and Joseph is currently on the hot seat.

Now after a 5-11 season, the Broncos are looking to bounce back to being annual contenders in the AFC West and AFC. Denver’s roster is talented enough for them to make a run for a playoff spot. Add in that with Joseph’s future as the coach in question, the players will rally around him to make this a successful season.

All of that being said, what five reasons can be given to support the statement that the Broncos are going to be serious contenders this season?

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