Plummer must avoid mistakes
Denver hopes Jake Plummer can cut down on his penchant for making silly mistakes in pressure situations.
The Broncos weren't planning to do much in the offseason. But then it happened again: Another first-round playoff loss on the road in Indianapolis.
This team wants to be among the elite. Thus, another year of change was necessary. Denver was perhaps the busiest NFL team in the offeseason. But will it work? Can Denver be more than a first-round playoff flameout? Can Denver win its first playoff game since John Elway retired after the 1998 season, the second of back-to-back Super Bowl victories?
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