Denver Broncos: 3 Players Primed for Breakout Seasons in 2018

As the 2018 NFL season continues to draw closer, the Denver Broncos are busy with training camp and preparation for preseason action. After a rough 2017 season, the Broncos are hoping to get back on track. John Elway made some moves this offseason in hopes of turning things around quickly.

Case Keenum was the big offseason move for the Broncos after the quarterback struggled last season. Trevor Siemian got off to a quick start in 2017, but couldn’t keep it going. Last season with the Minnesota Vikings, Keenum revived his career, throwing 3,547 yards, 22 touchdowns, and just seven interceptions.

Denver also made some other moves, including releasing running back C.J. Anderson. There are still some questions about who will take over the starting job in the backfield, but there is plenty of talent to choose from.

Vance Joseph is entering an extremely important season if he wants to keep his head coaching job with the Broncos. Another season of mediocrity is not going to sit well with the front office. Denver still has one of the league’s top playmaking defenses and added even more pass-rushing talent by drafting Bradley Chubb to pair with Von Miller.

There are not many reasons to excuse a poor season from the Broncos this year.

All of that being said, what three players are primed to have major breakout seasons for the Broncos this year?

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