Predicting the full history of the Denver Broncos 2022

With the 2022 list of Denver Broncos released, I thought I would go ahead and predict the team’s sports and games. The best part is … he has Russell Wilson and he should be better than he was years ago.

There are five first games and many games, but this season will be made or lost in the last six games. With a break or a break, I have the Broncos finishing 13-4 and making the playoffs. By May, then, there is still hope.

Week 1: Broncos on the Seahawks (MNF)

We’ll also learn if the story was on the quarterback or if Drew Lock should be released. I think down here we all agree that Lock would not be the answer and Russell Wilson would drive a nail in front of his old team.

Broncos 34, Seahawks 16. (1-0)

Week 2: Texans in the Broncos

Pfft, steamroll. One!

Broncos 27, Texas 10. (2-0)

Week 3: 49ers at Broncos (SNF)

It seems the NFL wants to put Russell Wilson in a position where he has already met. I also love this place in Denver as the 49ers are as tough and anti-Jimmy GI as Denver’s chances here.

Broncos 20, 49ers 16. (3-0)

Week 4: Broncos at Raiders

It would be glorious to disappear from the Raiders here, but sadly Josh McDaniels did not remove the permit as quickly as he did in Denver. They did a little better and should fight a good fight in most games. Here comes the first frustration of a shot at a hated enemy. Buuu!

Raders 34, Broncos 31. (3-1)

Week 5: Colts in Broncos (TNF)

In their third game in six weeks, the Broncos will host a Colts team that will be extremely hot as Matty Ice and Jonathan Taylor dominate AFC South’s weak first. However, Denver’s defense shows a great deal of time and the Broncos find the first loss of season in their mouths right away.

Broncos 36, Colts 23. (4-1)

Week 6: Broncos at Charger (MNF)

In front of the orange and blue SoFi Stadium, the Broncos easily send Chargers. I’m not saying Chargers won’t be a strong team in 2022, but I do say that Denver always seems to find a way to play them hard along the way. And now he’s with Russell Wilson.

Broncos 27, Chargers 20. (5-1)

Week 7: Jets at Broncos

JETS Jets Jets Jets won 2022 NFL Draft! And while that was true in April, they would still be 1-5 heading into the game on the road against Denver Broncos. Let the good times go on!

Broncos 41, Jets 23. (6-1)

Week 8: Broncos vs. Jaguars (London, UK)

The Jaguars are a team that can do well if Trevor Lawrence does well. There is talent there and we all saw it, but we also saw a lot of mistakes. It’s hard to say if they’ll get better in 2022. I think Denver will come out with a victory here, but it will be stronger than it should be.

Broncos 21, 20 Jaguars (7-1)

Week 10: Broncos on the Titans

After Week 9 Bye, the Broncos are out of the game for the first game. Wilson has been enjoying a lot of Bye week and I hope it goes on and on against a team of Titans that should return this season.

Broncos 23, Titans 19. (8-1)

Week 11: Attack on the Broncos

Holy smokes, the best are just piled up here. Fortunately, the NFL impressed with Denver for the first time that they would just be kicked out of the offensive situation with a recent memory. In Week 11, I hope Denver retaliates against the Raiders to continue winning.

Broncos 28, Raders 17. (9-1)

Week 12: Broncos at the Panthers

Of what number could be the Broncos’ last “simple” final game, the Broncos will have to bring down the Panthers along the way. I think he will, but after winning this and at 10-1 he will run to the brick wall.

Broncos 24, Panthers 20. (10-1)

Week 13: Broncos at Ravens

In their second straight game on the east coast, the Broncos’ victory ultimately ends against a resounding Ravens team. It’s the highest-profile game that AFC West Chiefs players are coming up next week.

Makwangwala 31, Broncos 21. (10-2)

Week 14: Chiefs at Broncos (SNF)

2,643 days. This is how many days have passed between the Broncos’ final victory over the Chiefs and their victory here on Week 14 of 2022. The competition is over!

Broncos 38, Chiefs 31. (11-2)

Week 15: Cardinals in Broncos

By the end of the season, Kyler Murray and the Cardinals will be in full swing and will be wrestling with Wilson and the Broncos and Denver going up a notch to bring down their first-time rival in a very long time.

Broncos 31, Cardinals 24. (12-2)

Week 16: Broncos in the Rams (Christmas Day)

Climbing to the top of Christmas Day, the Broncos will look out of place and stumble against the Rams defending Super Bowl champion. At the end of a bad football day, it is the home team that comes out the winner.

17 rams, Broncos 13. (12-3)

Week 17: Broncos at Chiefs

Arrowhead Stadium in December / January is not the place one wants to be. Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs have a good day against the Broncos defense, while Wilson and the offense find himself unable to continue.

Chiefs 31, Broncos 23. (12-4)

Week 18: Chargers in Broncos

Seeking victory to defend the AFC West regional title, the Broncos clash with the Chargers. They finally win in extra time and take their first title of the season since 2015. Here we go again!

Broncos 37, Chargers 34. (13-4)


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