The Denver Broncos are one of the biggest dumpster fires in the NFL this season.
Not only is their quarterback Russell Wilson playing terribly, but Denver has one of the worst offenses in the entire NFL.
For an offensive head coach like Nathaniel Hackett, that is a serious problem.
It seems like a certainty that this will be Hackett’s last year in Denver.
Here are two head coaches the Broncos should explore in the offseason.
Last offseason, the Broncos had plenty of interest in Cowboys’ defensive coordinator Dan Quinn.
So it makes sense for them to be interested in him again this off-season.
Dan Quinn is the hire I'd expect from George Paton when the Broncos elect to can Hackett.
Safe and familiar.
— Joe Rowles (@JoRo_NFL) November 22, 2022
Especially with how good of a job he has done in Dallas.
Quinn’s last head coaching job was in Atlanta, where he took them to the Super Bowl.
He seems to be a very good leader and could help do away with the drama in Denver.
Pair Quinn with a good offensive coordinator and the Broncos could be back in business next year.
Another name that the Broncos interviewed during the last offseason who deserves another look is Eric Bieniemy.
Bieniemy has been the Kansas City Chiefs’ offensive coordinator for the past five seasons.
He has the experience of running a successful offense, and he could help fix Russell Wilson.
Adding an offensive-minded head coach might be the way Denver looks to go again.
It was a failure with Hackett, but he seemed overwhelmed from the start.
Bieniemy has been waiting for a head coaching job for years, and this could finally be his turn.
It also helps that Bieniemy played college football at the University of Colorado.
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