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Five things we learned from the Denver Broncos 24-23 defeat

Новое сообщение chenyan94 » 12 ноя 2018, 07:46

by the Chicago Bears The Broncos fell to the Chicago Bears by the score of 24 to 23 last night during week two of the preseason. However , the Broncos did have a 20 to 10 lead at halftime and showed big-time improvements from their starting offense and defense which is encouraging. So I give you the five things we learned from the Broncos week two preseason matchup against the Chicago Bears.1: First team offense shows improvements but still has room for growthLast week, the Broncos first-team offense had two drives and both ended in three and out. This was an issue last season and something the Broncos supposedly fixed, so of course, there was some panic amongst Broncos fans.Unfortunately, that panic carried over into last night’s game when they started three and out once again. Keenum had rookie wide receiver DaeSean Hamilton open, but the flea flicker didn’t work because pressure caused Keenum to throw an errant pass. It was disappointing, but the night would get much better for the Broncos first-team offense. Photo by Dustin Bradford/Getty ImagesThe next series saw the Broncos first-team offense get their first first down and move into the red zone. Keenum threw some dimes on this drive but ended up kicking the field goal. Keenum continued his nice play by chucking a third-down pass deep down the field to an open Courtland Sutton. This likely would have ended as a long touchdown pass, but the defender grabbed Sutton and drew the flag.This got the Broncos offense inside the red zone and eventually led to a Royce Freeman touchdown run. It was a positive showing by the Broncos offense and Keenum finished the night by going 8 for 13 for 78 yards. After the game, Keenum told reporters that scoring points always make him and the offense feel better about themselves.Keenum wasn’t perfect and did leave some points on the field, however, he said it was important that they were able to put some drives together despite these mistakes. After having a disappointing week one of the preseason and having these questions and doubts hover over them all week, it was nice to see them get back on track. Keenum told reporters “It felt like football again”.One thing to keep in mind is that this offense is still learning each other. This is the first time these guys have played in an NFL game together so expecting them to function as a well-oiled machine right away is unrealistic. This will take some time but we have seen growth and a glimpse of what could be once they start clicking at 100%.2: Chad Kelly showing that he can be the Broncos number two quarterbackOne of the big questions entering tonight’s game was how would quarterback Chad Kelly look with the second team offense? He passed Paxton Lynch on the depth chart last week and took the second team reps all week. Questions remained whether Kelly could be the Broncos backup because of his inexperience but he continued to prove his doubters wrong. Kelly looked like he did last weekend against the Vikings third-stringers. He looked confident, was making good decisions, was accurate, moving in the pocket well, and when he did run, he kept his eyes downfield. It was an impressive performance for the Broncos quarterback considering this was his first taste of second team play as a pro. He finished the game completing 7 of 9 passes for 90 yards and 1 touchdown pass. This touchdown pass was a beautiful strike to the big rookie wide receiver, Courtland Sutton.Kelly has solidified himself as the number two quarterback over Paxton Lynch, but has he done enough to make sure the Broncos do not add a veteran? Head Coach Vance Joseph kept the veteran door open by saying Kelly is our number two “right now”. When pushed further about whether or not Kelly has won the backup job, Joseph indicated that he is “right now” but doesn’t know how things will shake out two weeks from now.Now we gotta be fair here to Vance Joseph. If the Broncos bring in a veteran , it will likely be Elway’s/Kubiak’s call. Vance will likely have some input, but at the end of the day, he probably isn’t sure how it all shakes out like the rest of us. This is Elway’s call so pressing Vance for answers likely won’t get you anywhere.Elway did state earlier this week that the backup needs to come in and win a football game if needed. Kelly has looked great against backups, but how he fairs against starters and a defense that game planned against him remains a big question mark. So I could see a scenario in which they bring in a veteran. However, Kelly is playing really well and may sway Elway and company into sticking with him. It will be interesting how this all shakes out, but Kelly is doing everything asked of him and that likely bodes well for him moving forward. 3. The running back pecking order becomes more clearVeteran Devontae Booker received the “start” again but did share reps with rookie Royce Freeman who in my opinion, outshined Booker once again. Freeman finished the game with 6 carries for just 20 yards but did score his second touchdown of the preseason.It was a short yardage run inside the 10-yard line that led to the score. This was an area the Broncos have struggled in the past few years so it was nice to see him get the score here. I think Freeman has shown enough to earn the starting job so we will see if anything changes during practice this week. Veteran Devontae Booker wasn’t terrible by any means, but he is best served in the third-down role, not the starter role. The most interesting development was undrafted rookie Phillip Lindsay getting first-team work and apparently bypassing second-year back De’Angelo Henderson in the pecking order. Lindsay caught a pass from starting quarterback Case Keenum and played a good number of reps with the second-team offense. Lindsay even led the team in rushing with 6 carries for 32 yards including a 15-yard scamper by the rookie. He also contributed as a gunner on special teams and as a kick and punt returner. I think it is safe to say that Lindsay can be sharpied in on your projected 53-man rosters. Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY SportsAfter the game, Head Coach Vance Joseph singled out these three backs as three who can be counted on to help them out at this level.De’Angelo Henderson was fourth in the pecking order right now and is likely fighting for a roster spot with seventh-round pick, Dave Williams for that fourth running back spot. I’d say Henderson has the clear edge in this competition and that Williams likely ends up on the Broncos practice squad.4: Broncos defense quiets the doubtersLast week, the Broncos first-team defense struggled against the Vikings. Kirk Cousins went 4 for 4 for a touchdown and running back Latavius Murray gashed the defense for two big runs which led to the Cousins touchdown.It was a combination of poor tackling and poor execution that doomed the Broncos defense that night. We know they are capable of doing better, but questions remained about how well they would do after struggling against the Bears tight ends during the joint practices during the week. Thankfully, the Broncos defense that we know and love returned.Broncos held their own against one of the best running backs in the league in Jordan Howard. They held him to 9 carries for 32 yards for the night. They also did pretty well against up and coming quarterback Mitchell Trubisky. He completed 9 of 14 passes for 90 yards, 1 touchdown, and 1 interception. That interception was by future Pro Bowl safety Justin Simmons who made a nice play on the ball.However, the biggest defensive play of the night was made by the Broncos fifth overall pick, linebacker Bradley Chubb. The Bears were backed near the back of their end zone(Marquette King ladies and gentlemen) and had a poor snap. Quarterback Mitchell Trubisky scurried for the ball but was eventually pounced on by Chubb who recorded his first sack in the NFL and his first safety. Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY SportsIt wasn’t a perfect night for the Broncos rookie but a nice bounce-back performance after a rough week one of the preseason against the Vikings. The Broncos first and second team defenses held the Bears starters to just 10 points through halftime and in a good position to win the game if they stayed in the game in the second half. 5: Broncos need to add another cornerback into the mixWith Chris Harris Jr. sitting out last night’s game, the Broncos had veteran Tramaine Brock and Isaac Yiadom playing significant snaps with the first-team offense. I didn’t notice Brock too much, but the Broncos rookie cornerback Isaac Yiadom was picked on once again.After the game , Broncos Head Coach Vance Joseph was asked about the defenses performance against the Bears. He noted that they were solid but singled out Yiadom as a player who needs to play better.Yiadom drew a pass interference flag on third down while covering Bears wide receiver, Kevin White. It was a deep ball that the receiver had to come back for, but Yiadom never turned his head and ran into the receiver who slowed up which drew the flag. This was a tough call for the rookie, but something that will be called on Sunday’s. This gave the Bears a first down and extended the drive. In all fairness, Yiadom is a rookie and someone who wasn’t expected to contribute right away on defense anyways. These growing pains are expected but are troubling when he is in competition for the third cornerback job.Isaiah J. Downing-USA TODAY SportsAgain, I didn’t notice Brock all that much but still, the Broncos can do better at corner. Veteran cornerbacks Bashaud Breeland, Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, and Kayvon Webster are free agents. All three would serve as improvements for the Broncos and two of the three have already played in Denver. With this team expected to compete for the AFC West title, it would make sense for Broncos General Manager John Elway to fill this hole sooner rather than later. Check the trade market as well, but there are three proven veterans on the market free to sign who if healthy, would help keep the Broncos “No Fly Zone” strong in 2018.Containing Russell Wilson (still) won’t be easy The Denver Broncos are familiar with Russell Wilson.Too familiar. 43-8 is a score we all wish we could forget.And now four years after that train wreck, it would be nice to think the Seahawks’ mobile QB had lost a step heading into his seventh year.Sorry. That is actually fake news.In fact, if anything, Wilson could be more dangerous because he has developed his passing game in recent years, making him a more legit dual threat with his legs and arm.“Oh man. I’ll tell you what. I don’t think any pass rusher likes going against Russell Wilson. He’s just a handful,” Von Miller told the Seattle media on Wednesday. “He’s elusive; he makes plays with his feet, arm, everything. And I’m sure if you did a poll around the league right now, if you asked how many guys would want to go against Russell Wilson , nobody would raise their hand.”Safety Justin Simmons probably wouldn’t either.“I would say he’s probably the most accurate thrower on the run,” said safety Justin Simmons. “We’re obviously going to have to be able to get after him, and with that, we know that they’re probably going to put him on the run and on the move so he can make accurate throws out of the pocket where he’s not being pressured.”Simmons is not alone in his wariness of Wilson’s ability. Even though only a handful of the Broncos’ defenders played in Super Bowl 48, the unit certainly knows No. 3 is still a problem to cover.“Everybody has to keep their lanes, and people have to keep contain — the outside rushers do — and we have to cover twice,” Brandon Marshall said, noting that he definitely doesn’t see a drop-off in the Seahawks’ team despite a lot of different players. “When we think we have them covered, the guy can scramble and then he’ll get open. We have to cover them longer unfortunately. It’s going to be a tough day.”Shane Ray - who joked that he “hates” covering mobile quarterbacks - also emphasized defenders staying in their lanes to keep Wilson from escaping and gaining big yardage on the ground.“Obviously, he does an excellent job of using his legs to make plays. We all know what he does in the pass game, but in the run game he’s probably right behind Cam [Newton] as far as what he does with his feet,” Ray said. “Everybody has got to be on the same page, everybody has to be in their rushing lanes to contain him and make sure we don’t let him use his legs. Get out of the pocket and throw a deep ball at someone. You’ll see him scramble, and then throw a ball 60 yards down the field, touchdown. ...You’ve just got to be on your toes.”The biggest adjustment to covering a rushing QB like Wilson isn’t containing him as much as it is just needing to be ready to always do more - and never knowing which way it could go - Ray said.“You’re already converting so much energy rushing the quarterback, trying to beat your guy. Then you might beat your guy and he’ll slip this way to run back this way, and you’re still chasing him,” Ray said. “It just adds a different dynamic to his game, and it adds more to what we have to do as a defense. So, we’ve got to keep rushing harder and we’ve got to have our back-end guys basically cover ‘cover guys twice ,’ is what we say. You cover him, then when Russell starts scrambling, you’ve got to recover your guy because he could be the one he’s looking for to throw the ball to.”Darian Stewart is well aware of the “covering twice” concept for Wilson, and the Broncos’ safety knows that’s what he and his No Fly Zone pals will have to do.“You definitely have to have that mentality,” Stewart said. “[Wilson] is an athletic quarterback that can extend plays. As DBs, we have to notice who’s down and just relax and keep comfortable.”“Relaxing” around Wilson might be tough, as he accounted for most of his team’s scrimmage yards last season, according to NFL Research.“He’s the best. He is the best movement quarterback in this entire league,” coach Vance Joseph noted, adding that Wilson had the most 10+yard runs as a quarterback last season. “Obviously, he’s going to escape from time to time, so our coverage guys have to cover twice. When the ball’s snapped, they have to cover the concept, and when he starts scrambling, they have to cover the scramble plays.“All of the big plays go through Russell, and most of them are outside of the pocket,” Joseph added. “He’s a dangerous guy.”
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