Broncos Phillip Lindsay hopeful for new deal, aims to improve in passing game (Troy Renck, The Denver Channel)
"I want to show the coaches they can trust me more, and use me more," Lindsay told Denver7 near the end of the season. "I will study even more and get better."
How can the Broncos improve their offensive line in 2020? Three former players have a few thoughts … (Nicki Jhabvala, The Athletic)
Where you really saw the Munchak effect was when Connor was out, Ron was out and Elijah (Wilkinson) was out. You had three backups in there with two — (Austin) Schlottmann and Patrick Morris — who you literally didn't even know their names, and they came in and played good football.
Wild-card weekend proves Broncos have winning formula (Parker Hillis, 104.3 The Fan)
Believe it or not, the foundation for success is in place on both sides of the ball here in Denver. The Broncos have their quarterback, have talented young pieces — like Courtland Sutton, Phillip Lindsay and Bradley Chubb — to build around and the front office has both the draft picks and cap flexibility to bring in even more talent in 2020.
Overtime rules still need to change (Mike Florio, Pro Football Talk)
And equity continues to be the primary consideration. As to everyone who shouts "Just play defense!" the reality is that if the team that wins the coin toss scores a touchdown on the opening drive, it never has to play defense in overtime. Both teams should have to play offense and defense if the score is tied at the end of regulation of a postseason game.