If the Denver Broncos can’t land Aaron Rodgers, bring The GOAT to the Rockies
There is no way Broncos Country can stomach another season of stupendously horrendous quarterback play. They haven’t had a good one since before Peyton Manning didn’t fall off a cliff physically. Though John Elway is walking through that door, he and general George Paton need to recognize that it can’t be another season of the Teddy Bridgewater and Drew Lock spectacular.
While the Denver Broncos clearly hired former Green Bay Packers offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett with every intention of trying to convince Aaron Rodgers he is a Rocky Mountain type of guy, you know who thrives in the Rockies? Goats, as in GOATs! Brady would make things very interesting in one year with the Broncos, and will help to end their lengthy postseason drought.
Denver will eventually have to draft a new franchise quarterback, as Elways don’t grow on trees.
Washington will COMMAND you to watch this football team led by Tom Brady
With a new team name, of course, the Washington Commanders will try desperately to find any way to command your attention. Name jokes aside, Washington is a Football Team that is poised for somewhat of a bounce-back season. They play in a very winnable division, one they captured a division crown with a stellar 7-9 record only two years ago and a new head coach at the helm.
In short, we should expect the Commanders to have a strong defense under head coach Ron Rivera. As far as the quarterback play is concerned, Ryan Fitzpatrick is probably done playing after cheering on the Buffalo Bills bare-chested in Orchard Park while still on the payroll. Though Taylor Heinicke is fine, Washington needs a major upgrade at the quarterback position to stay relevant.
If anybody can drag a football team like Washington to a Super Bowl, it would have to be Brady.