The Denver Broncos are stacked on offense.
Trading for Russell Wilson finally addresses a position of need for that unit.
There’s also running back Javonte Williams, who can bring anchor their ground attack.
However, the Broncos fortified their offense even more by re-signing Melvin Gordon to a one-year deal.
The Wisconsin alumnus can earn up to $5 million and completes the Broncos’ 1-2 punch from the backfield.
Having Gordon back gives opponents more problems when facing the Broncos.
The production level won’t go down as Williams and Gordon take turns in carrying the ball.
Wilson can establish the passing game to free up lanes for the running backs if they get checked.
"The sky's the limit."
— Denver Broncos (@Broncos) April 28, 2022
Gordon said that “the sky’s the limit” for Denver’s offense.
Having an offensive-minded head coach in Nathaniel Hackett will also help the team maximize Gordon’s talent.
Last season, Gordon had 203 carries for 918 yards and eight touchdowns.
Meanwhile, Williams had 903 yards and four touchdowns.
They will play a big part in wearing down the defensive lineman they will face.
A Loaded AFC West
The Broncos need all the help they can get if they want to survive their division.
These players will make every AFC West game next season exciting.