The Denver Broncos be Colin Cord Choose to win the West Asian title.
Denver likely had their biggest hit of the off season when they were traded for Super Bowl-winning quarterback Russell Wilson. Over the past four seasons, he has ranked second in the league in passer rating (106.3), adding to his roster with former All-Pros and Pro Bowlers (Justin Simmons and Courtland Sutton) as well as emerging young talents (Jerry Judy, Patrick Sartan II and Javonte). Williams), it’s understandable to think the Broncos can win the class – the division that houses the Kansas City Chiefs.
Melvin Gordon on Russell Wilson: ‘He’s locked up’
Broncos RB describes Wilson as “it’s all about football,” and says he’s introverted and wants the best this season. Cord and Gordon also discussed the expectations for the Broncos and whether they could win the West Asian title.
Back-to-back Melvin Gordon is also a two-time Pro Bowler, and appeared in “The Herd” on Friday, and Gordon agreed with Coward’s assessment of his team’s roster, expressing his firm belief in Denver’s defense, which finished third in goal-scoring last season.
“[We’re] “Crazy up front, all over the line,” Gordon said. The backs are wonderful. The angles are exceptional. pat [Surtain II] he’s crazy. I honestly think it could be the best corner in the league at some point in two years, if not this year.
“These guys, I see them every day in practice. Oh man, these guys are so smart. I see the best.”
Gordon feels just as strong about the talent on the side of the ball. Gordon and Williams were the only duo rushing per dash for at least 900 yards last season, and he hopes the tandem, along with the receiving group, will help make life a little easier for Wilson in his first year in Denver.
“Hopefully we can hit every cylinder,” Gordon said. “We have the receivers we need to push the ball down the field. We have [Jerry] Judy to create separation. we’ve got [Courtland Sutton]Big ball man, as I said, who can extend the playing field, along with KJ [Hamler]. “
Gordon revealed that Wilson was “already locked up,” telling Coward, “He wants the best for everyone.”
Gordon may be saving his best performance of the season for the match against rival Chargers. He spent the first five seasons of his career with the Chargers franchise before being allowed to walk free agency after the 2019 season. Gordon shared that he still “cuts it off” with several of his former teammates, but is looking for revenge when he faces them.
“This doesn’t change anything. [competitively], “Gordon said when talking about the relationships that still exist with some of his old teammates.” When we play with them, I want to win. I need to register. I have two chances this year.”
When he was with the Chargers, Gordon played on a handful of talented teams, which included a 12-4 season in 2018. And though notable receiver Tim Patrick fell with a torn ACL this week, Gordon feels this Broncos roster could be the best of his. He had to.
“We have a high-level team,” Gordon said. “It’s upsetting that we lost Tim [Patrick] Because it was definitely one of our staples. We have some good people who are going to step up and make some names for themselves.
“I think we’re there, man. We’ve had a good team with the Chargers, but we’re working alongside, that’s for sure.”
According to FOX Bet, the Broncos are seventh in best odds of winning a Super Bowl and have the third best odds of winning an AFC West title.
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