Examination: Broncos, Wilson could pay for whitewashing preseason
DENVER (AP) - The Denver Broncos haven't orbited their season opener on their schedule despite Russell Wilson's homecoming at Seattle.
They would have emphasized their $296 million man coming to town, giving the Seahawks their main Super Bowl title.
So the Broncos could not have possibly sidelined him with their different starters in the preseason.
"That's what I've been doing for the last three years," said Nathaniel Hackett, the Broncos' new lead trainer.
who was educated the sit-am reasoning by Packers mentor Matt LaFleur,
who duplicated Rams mentor Sean McVay's hypothesis.
Doing since 2018.
McVay is 51-23, including 7-2 in the playoffs, since cutting the preseason short and sidelining his starters until September.
He is likewise the defending Super Bowl champion.
The Packers shut down Aaron Rodgers the previous summer and lost to the Saints 38-3 in their opener, however have returned with their 13-win season.
"It showed that we were able to do a good job all year," said Hackett, who served as LaFleur's offensive coordinator from 2019-21.
"At the end of the day, everything revolves around the year — it's not about Week 1, Week 2, Week 3. We need to make sure we're productive throughout the season."