This week proved once again, that offseason acquisitions don’t automatically result in wins. The Broncos have learned this lesson again and again this season that perhaps the deal for Russell Wilson maybe isn’t worth the price that they paid. Or the coach isn’t the right fit; injury-riddled running backs; a bad offensive line–the possibilities are endless. The problem is not Jeudy or Sutton, it’s Wilson. it’s clearly Wilson and it’s the play-calling, the Broncos are in a rough place right now.
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Quarterback Power Rankings Heading Into Week 6
|Quarterbacks||Week 5||Last Week|
|Carson Wentz||14||16 (No change)|
Biggest Mover UP
Geno Smith has been POPPING OFF
Geno in the last 3 games has thrown for 7 touchdowns, 913 yards, quarterback rating above 50%, and has only thrown for 1 interception. Geno can lead the Seahawks surprisingly, very surprisingly, i still am amazed GENO SMITH is doing this well. We’ll see if he can keep up this production against the Cardinals.
Highest passer rating in Week 5:
Geno Smith – 139.5 🧑🍳🧑🍳 pic.twitter.com/OSCv0dzZLD
— PFF (@PFF) October 10, 2022
Biggest Mover DOWN
Russell Wilson DOWN A CLIFF
Wilson and the Broncos faced off against the Colts this last Thursday night. This was perhaps, the worst game I’ve ever seen, the most boring to watch. Football is supposed to be excited, thrilling to watch, and this was the opposite. Wilson had a quarterback rating of 16.0, 2 interceptions, and 0 touchdowns. Wilson (so far) has failed the Broncos. The most entertaining thing was the post game analyst from former teammate Richard Sherman who tore into Wilson. To put everything plainly, “He has just SUCKED.”