Former NFL QB says the Broncos have the best head-coaching vacancy despite not having a franchise quarterback

The Kansas City Chiefs played a game against Courtland Sutton.

There are eight teams looking for a new head coach.

The best landing spot for a quarterback is the Denver Broncos.

The strength of their roster means they're only one player away from greatness.

The other 18 teams are already looking towards the year 2022. Cleaning house is what many of them do.

Eight teams are in the market for a new head coach, 25% of the league, after this week's "Black Monday". According to Dan Orlovsky, the Denver Broncos are the only job opening that has advantages and disadvantages.

The Broncos are at the top of Orlovsky's list. The teams with young quarterbacks like Justin Fields in Chicago and Trevor Lawrence in Jacksonville are potential destinations for a top coach.

The Broncos are the best available coaching job in the league, according to Orlovsky.

The Broncos' roster is already full.

"Denver has a great roster, they have young skill talent," Orlovsky said. One of the backs is very young. The offensive line is solid. You need a quarterback.

The Broncos have young talent up and down the roster, which makes them attractive to other teams. The Broncos had the 12th youngest roster in the league, with just nine position players over 30. Their young talent has room to grow.

One of the best corners in the league is going to be 21-year-old Surtain, and he already has a teammate to help him get there. The potential game-breaker at running back was Javonte Williams, who split carries with veteran Melvin Gordon.

The Broncos' young talent is highlighted by the wide receivers, with Courtland Sutton, Jerry Jeudy, K.J. Hamler, and Tim Patrick.

Roger Steinman and Tim Patrick.

At six-foot-four, Sutton is an extremely tough opponent for opposing defenses. Jeudy is a speedster who can stretch the field for the entire offense while also having good enough hands to make short plays. AnACL tear cut short his campaign, but Hamler is set to be a menace out of the slot. Patrick, the group veteran, took on a bigger role in the offense after Jeudy and Hamler were injured.

Along with tight end Noah Fant, this receiving corps could become the stars of one of the most feared passing attacks in the league. The five players are all under contract with the Broncos.

The only team that has a similar set of young stars at receiver is the Cincinnati Bengals.

The Broncos are ready to wreak havoc on the league, and they need the right guy to get them the ball.

They don't have a quarterback yet.

The Broncos have had a hard time finding a quarterback since Manning retired after winning the Super Bowl.

Drew Lock is the only quarterback on the Broncos roster under contract for 2022, with Teddy Bridgewater a free agent and a restricted free agent. The Broncos' depth at receiver is a huge plus, but their current quarterback situation is quite different.

Whoever ends up taking the head coaching job in Denver will have to work with the team's front office to find their quarterback of the future.

There is a chance that the Broncos can find a quarterback in the future.

A photo of Rodgers.

The Broncos have a large amount of the puzzle done. The missing piece is obvious. We've got Rodgers potentially on the market. Russell is potentially on the market. We've got a potential buyer for Baker Mayfield. We have Deshaun on the market, whatever your opinion is on that situation, and how the league is handling it. We have the draft.

The Broncos' already well-rounded roster, especially their talent at receiver, will be a strong selling point should Rodgers, Wilson, or Mayfield become available. Veteran talents like those three are not interested in going to another rebuilding project. The Broncos might be able to help them win now that they are looking to do so.

The right coach will make their mark.

The Broncos have their work cut out for them regardless of who takes the head coaching job in Denver and who starts taking snaps for the team under center.

They still play in the AFC West, fighting against the other teams in the division six times a year.

If the Broncos can land their next two important hires, the future looks bright. There will be many worthy candidates for the top job in Denver.

There's no way to know how far they could go if they find the right match.

The original article is on Insider.