Denver Broncos

The Denver Broncos defeated the Carolina Panthers last year to win the Super Bowl. Peyton Manning played his last season, and the Broncos now have to sign all of their best players back. However, there are a lot of issues with these contracts that fans are starting to realize. Malik Jackson is now gone, and Von Miller is holding out for a better contract. If both players do end up leaving, this will be a huge blow to the Broncos chances of repeating next season. The front office must get the players signed or it could be a terrible year. Not only do the Broncos have to replace Manning, but they also have to resign all of their best defensive players.

Looking at 2016

It is hard for any Super Bowl champion to repeat. In the past, the best playoff teams are though that can run the football and play great defense. This traits are what the Broncos are great at, but people need to remember that there are a lot of issues with their current roster if it cannot be resigned. Over the long term, signing players to mega deals rarely works out. There are many other teams that have signed super stars to deal that never panned out. If the Denver Broncos are your favorite team, you need to make sure you are watching for contract deals this off season. Without some major moves in that area, the Broncos could be in a rebuilding year.

All About the Defense

The defense is one of the most important parts of any NFL team.

Few great teams have been reliant on their offense. The Broncos were great last year because they could get to the quarterback. However, if they do not re sign Von Miller, they could be in for a rude awakening. There are so many players who now need higher contracts just to stay on the team. Many people expect that Von Miller will get the biggest NFL defensive contract in history when he signs with his next team.

If order to be successful this year, the Broncos need that team to be them.

What are your thoughts on the Broncos' off season so far, and what advice would you give to team management?

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