The first 12 years of our franchise were packed full of some pretty bad football. For a fan base that just wants to have a winning season again, it helps to look back sometimes and remember that we’re far better off today than in years past. Also, big props to all the original fans that were attending the games back then.
When the Denver Broncos double-dipped at wide receiver to open the 2020 draft, many scratched their heads. A wide receiver was expected in Round 1 when the Broncos took Jerry Jeudy, but the selection of KJ Hamler came as a bit of a shock. In his short career so far, Hamler has become something of a hot topic for Broncos fans.
In 2019, Freeman's production declined to 3.8 YPC on 132 rushing attempts. In 2020, he had just 35 carries, though he did net 4.9 YPC, and showed improvement as a pass protector. As a receiver, Freeman was solid in 2019 with 43 receptions on 50 targets, and he made the most of his limited looks in 2020, catching 12-of-13 targets.