After an excellent Super Bowl 50 win, the Denver Broncos have been left to suck on what’s left in the bottle, which isn’t much. Peyton Manning retired, Brock Osweiler signed elsewhere and nobody except Mark Sanchez or rookie Paxton Lynch will be under center in 2016. This makes for an interesting case, as to whether or not Denver can continue to be successful, even with a QB not ranked in the top 10.

What does this mean for their offense in 2016?

It means one thing: They will bring the stampede!

Expect a heavy dose of run game each and every week. This team will depend on its defense to keep the score close and then the offense to run the ball, manage the clock and hopefully give whichever QB time to move the ball in the air when needed.

It’s in HC Gary Kubiaks DNA; to run the ball and utilize some play action. He did it with Manning, Flacco, and others who’s names aren’t recognized as much. Maybe he can do the same with this years QB, which seems to be Sanchez. At least, that’s where all signs point…

The Broncos resigned Ronnie Hillman and matched Miami’s $18 mill offer in order to keep star RB  C.J. Anderson, making it clear that they wanted to keep their run game strong headed into 2016.

It’s a simple formula for a team lacking an elite QB, however, it is a formula proven to work.

Can the Broncos defend their SB title?

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