I don’t know if you’ve heard, but the Denver Broncos acquired Russell Wilson. This changes the outlook of EVERYTHING; and for the first time in seven years, the team finds themselves with a Super Bowl window. It’s an exciting time to be a member of Broncos Country, as every big name free agent who hints at wanting a Super Bowl run can now add Denver to their list of target destinations. When the new league year opens, I expect Denver’s front office and Russell Wilson to work out some form of extension that will see him become one of the highest paid QBs in the league for hopefully a minimum of five years. With the team currently sitting around $26 million in cap space, they may be better served investing in a few cheaper reliable veterans, as opposed to the big-name free agents that will demand large contracts. One of the benefits of having an elite QB is that you don’t need perfection in every area of the team. Russell Wilson should make this team good enough that they don’t have to overpay to solve their issues at Right Tackle, Edge Rusher, etc. While it’s fun to imagine Von Miller coming home, or Terron Armstead solidifying the offensive line for years to come, it may be smarter for the front office to invest wisely at these positions of need, and find quality depth pieces to help keep the team afloat throughout the season incase of injuries.