Broncos bevy of personalities makes them a perfect subject of HBO’s Hard Knocks

Nov 8, 2020; Atlanta, Georgia, USA; Denver Broncos quarterback Drew Lock (3) leaves the field after the game against the Atlanta Falcons at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports

The Denver Broncos are, sadly, once again eligible to be on HBO’s Hard Knocks.

Sadly because the team has to miss the playoffs the previous two seasons in order to be included in the show. However, this may be the perfect time to feature the Broncos on the incredibly well-done documentary show.

Why?

There are so many phenomenal personalities, a likely quarterback battle and the Broncos are still one of the premier franchises in all of the National Football League. Since Hard Knocks first kicked off, back in 2001, the Broncos have won the AFC West six times, earned two AFC Championships and notably won Super Bowl 50.

And really, it’s a shame the last time much of the national audience saw the orange and blue on their screens was in February of 2016, five years ago.

Since then, the Broncos haven’t sniffed the playoffs and are currently on their third head coach and fourth starting quarterback. Let’s start there.

Drew Lock is the most divisive player with the franchise since Tim Tebow a decade ago. Back then, Tebow brought many religious folks to the football world who had never been into the great game before that. They backed Tebow to the ends of the earth because they loved…

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