The Denver Broncos’ biggest offensive problem is the actual scheme

Denver Broncos 3-6 due to a bad historic offense. Scoring just 14 points per game is an indication that something is very wrong at Mile High City.

There are several issues holding back the Broncos’ offense, one of which is the play by Nathaniel Hackett. Play connectivity is part of the problem, but the ultimate culprit includes all the basic complications:


The Broncos’ general scheme, and its execution, is at the root of the offense’s problems.

In the offseason, Hackett explained that the Broncos would run a different version of the West Coast Offense (WCO) and wide area rushing scheme. Knowing that both of these principles have met with great success in the past, it’s not hard to understand why so many are excited and optimistic about the expectation that the Broncos will have a stellar offense.


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