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Oh yay! A QB competition in Denver...

The Denver Broncos will be led this season by Drew Lock or Teddy Bridgewater and that just doesn’t seem that exciting.

With no Aaron Rodgers coming to save the day for the Broncos, we all have to settle with the fact that we’re left with Drew Lock and Teddy Bridgewater for our QBs this season.

That’s a pretty sobering thought, to be honest, for this Broncos fan. Each year that we’ve gotten further and further away from our magical 2015 NFL season, reality has been settling in more and more.

The Broncos don’t have a QB, and this means that they don’t really have anything other than a puncher’s chance at making the playoffs.

Normally, this is the time of year where my fan excitement is heating up to a boil...hope springs eternal and all of that.

But with the prospect of my team’s offense led by the likes of Lock (a likely second round bust) or Bridgewater (an average NFL QB at best), there’s just not a lot to get excited about.

The only thing I’m left with is the idea that this team’s defense can mimic the lightning in a bottle we got in 2015 and propel this lackluster offense into the postseason.

What about the rest of my brothers and sisters out there in Broncos Country? Are you drinking the Kool-aid on Lock? Does Bridgewater give you the hope that this offense can at least average 23 points a game? Hit up the comments and let me know how you are feeling as we finally get close to real football happening.


How do you feel about the Broncos QBs heading into camp?

This poll is closed

  • 32%
    Super excited, ready to see who wins!
    (345 votes)
  • 50%
    Meh...just hoping one of them is good.
    (536 votes)
  • 17%
    "Rodgers 2022!"
    (190 votes)
1071 votes total Vote Now

Broncos News:

Goals without worries: What it means for Von Miller to approach 2021 season 'at peace'
“I’m not thinking about my ankle, I’m not thinking about how many sacks I can get,” Miller said. “I just want to go out there, have fun.”

‘It’s not just something that’s handed out’: Courtland Sutton putting in work to prove he deserves to be ‘a Bronco for life’
“I did miss being able to be on the field with the guys, bringing that juice and being able to bring that presence when we get on the field and in the red zone,” Sutton said.

Drew Lock to take first snap in QB competition, but both he and Teddy Bridgewater will likely each get preseason start
“Vic is going to make the call,” George Paton said of the QB competition.

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Aaron Rodgers shows up for first day of Green Bay Packers training camp
Aaron Rodgers is at Packers training camp after a stalemate between the franchise quarterback and the team that lasted the entire offseason.

New York Jets quarterback Zach Wilson absent as training camp begins - Sports Illustrated New York Jets News, Analysis and More
New York Jets rookie quarterback Zach Wilson did not report to training camp as he remains unsigned by the team after being drafted with the No. 2 overall pick