The Broncos had a miraculous season in 2012, which is recognized by Tim Tebow and his hype, comebacks, and collapse. The Broncos are a very old team, and have a lot of holes on the depth chart that need to be filled.
The quarterback position is widely-viewed as a position of need, but the Broncos could develop Tebow into a true NFL quarterback. He played unconventionally last year, and that needs to be fixed. He missed a lot of easy throws, but, on the contrary, he connected on many hard throws.
Tebow has the potential to be great in the league, but for that to happen the Broncos need to build around him. The draft is right around the corner in April, and the Broncos have a perfect opportunity to keep themselves in playoff contention.
The AFC West is going to be very tough next year—the Chiefs get RB Jamaal Charles and S Eric Berry back from early injuries, the Chargers are going to come out firing, and the new-look Raiders are ready to shock the world. The draft is a quintessential, team-building event that changes every team in the span of three days.