The Broncos will start Teddy Bridgewater at quarterback in hopes of getting consistency on offense. Head coach Vic Fangio appears to be banking on his receivers adding yards after the catch while focusing on maintaining a solid ground game. Denver’s defense is good enough to force low-scoring, slow contests but that strategy might not work against the likes of the Chiefs and Chargers in the division.
The Giants hope to have RB Saquon Barkley back healthy for the start of the season, but the real pressure is on QB Daniel Jones. New York added Kenny Golladay and Kadarius Toney as additional weapons for Jones, hoping he can take the next step towards being a franchise quarterback. A tough Denver defense will be a good opening week test for the youngster.
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