Every offseason brings change in the NFL, not only in terms of players and coaches, but, by extension, new philosophies and schemes. NFL coaches and front offices do a great job of self evaluating, and many times they will tweak their schemes or philosophies to better fit their personnel, or simply to get better production. Let's take a look, team by team, at the philosophical changes heading into the 2005 season.
The biggest challenge for the Broncos in 2005 is to cut down on the big mistakes that they made a year ago, and veteran QB Jake Plummer was responsible for many of them. This seems to be a feast or famine offense under Plummer, and while he will make his share of big plays, he will also force the ball into coverages.