But in the wake of their first playoff miss since 2010, much of the Broncos' reconstruction on offense has been about what happens when the team doesn't throw the ball. Because it was their dismal running game last season that turned their offense into a stagnant affair with quarterbacks who had no way to slow down the pass-rushers chasing them.
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Lynch ready for Broncos’ quarterback competition (Andrew Mason)
Through workouts in Florida that emphasized footwork and communication with coaches, Lynch has spent recent weeks preparing himself to compete for the starting job.