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Is offense becoming the Broncos identity?

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Receiver DaeSean Hamilton joined Broncos Country Tonight to answer that question heading into Week 5.

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DaeSean Hamilton remains confident.

Despite the fact the Denver Broncos are winless after four games, the second-year receiver likes where the offense currently sits. Denver still has issues it needs to work on and figure out, but from where the offense was in Week One to now is a huge improvement.

Hamilton joined Benjamin Allbright and Ryan Edwards for Broncos Country Tonight on KOA News Radio 850. He told the guys the Broncos offense has no doubt it can move the ball on any team in the NFL. Given what’s unfolded the last two home games, you can see why Denver feels that way.

Ryan asked Hamilton if that means the offense is now the identity for the Broncos.

“I believe so,” Hamilton said. “We have a lot of weapons on offense, top to bottom. We have a great core of linemen. Obviously are skill players have been making plays for us all year. Our offensive identity is just getting our playmakers the ball and letting us do what we do.”

Bonus listen

Our Jeff Essary joined the guys to preview Sunday’s game vs the Los Angeles Chargers.