A new QB means plenty for a Denver team hoping for a long postseason. Now with an offensive leader, the Broncos have the potential for grinding out wins with a plethora of defensive talent.
The dynamic duo at WR in Denver consists of Emmanuel Sanders and Demaryius Thomas. This season, Sanders is a superb route runner and is extremely sure-handed. Thomas is faster, bigger, and a great red zone target. Thomas is also better in traffic and has an 89 Stiff Arm for tough yards and to fend off hit sticks.
Royce Freeman is an interesting combination of power and elusiveness that’s tough to pass up. As long as you don’t use Spin, his combo of adequate Speed, Trucking, Stiff Arm, and an okay Juke give him huge big play potential for anyone with stick skills.
Case Keenum skyrocketed through the Madden ratings last year after great success in Minnesota. Denver’s offense needed order, and they brought in a game-managing QB. Short range, few QBs beat out Keenum. Just go through your progressions.
Von Miller carries base ratings that make him one of the most effective run stoppers in the game. His Strength, Speed, Agility, and Hit Power allow users to cover tons of ground to stop the run cold. Miller is also an amazing pass rusher. His Power Move, Finesse Move, and Block Shedding let him easily toss aside blockers.
Chris Harris Jr. is the Bronco to pick for User Lurks. One of a handful of corners that are equal in both man and zone coverage, Harris is more than enough to take advantage of bad throws coming off the pressure up front.
Derek Wolfe and Bradley Chubb are underrated forces delivering pressure up front. Few O-lines can stand up to Wolfe and Von Miller attacking at the same side. This is a D-line you can use to expose weak O-lines with ease.