It’s football season, which means it’s fantasy football draft time. It’s time to look at the list of Denver Broncos and who will help you dominate
It’s August, and football is fast approaching, which means it’s almost time for fantasy football drafts.
In the past few seasons, Denver Broncos were best avoided on your lists because crime failed to score in real life as well as in fiction. But the arrival of Russell Wilson turned the tide in all of that.
Not only did Wilson bring excitement to the Mile High City, but he also brought the fantasy look to the Denver Broncos. The Broncos’ wide receivers suddenly became a high priority in the draft days and the running appearance should look like more success than the already produced 2021 season.
Overall, the Broncos seem to be a big part of winning fantasy tournaments.
I’ll break down each fantasy-related player and what their value is based on where they are crafted.
As a member of the fantasy football community and the Broncos Country, I am very happy to help you win your championships.
Denver Broncos Fantasy Football Preview: Quarterback
Average Draft Stand – Eighth Round
Average QB Ranking- QB 9
The Denver Broncos haven’t had the relevant fantasy quarterback since 2014 when Peyton Manning threw 39 touchdowns.
Since then, having a Broncos midfielder on your list has never been a great idea. Russell Wilson is here to change that thinking.
In his first 10 seasons, Wilson finished the top 12 fantasy midfielder list every year except for one (the last year while dealing with a finger injury).
He finished four of those years in the top three, finishing first in 2017. All of you are guaranteed a 10th place in the top 10 with Wilson.
His fortitude, Nathaniel Hackett’s willingness to let him lead the attack, and the powerful array of weapons around him make the ceiling of the top three once again.
Yet with his relatively late arrival, Wilson has tremendous value to you in your drafts. You don’t have to spend as much as one of these premium picks for guys like Josh Allen, Patrick Mahomes, and Justin Herbert, but you do get a very similar upside.
As long as you’re not in a draft with a lot of Broncos fans in the eighth round, not only does it seem likely, but it’s smart too. Build your running back and wide receivers first and you can still count on them in Ross.