The Denver Broncos' 2013-14 campaign is off to a smooth start.
While the general opinion is that the Broncos could have had a stronger draft, the front office has been met with near universal acclaim for its first-round pick of defensive tackle Sylvester Williams. The former North Carolina Tar Heel, quite literally, fills a huge hole on the defensive line that caused the Broncos a lot of problems last season.
The Broncos went with a mixed bag of picks after that. They took running back Montee Ball in the second round and cornerback Kayvon Webster in the third.
Following that, the Broncos went with defensive end Quanterus Smith, wide receiver Tavarres King, offensive tackle Vinston Palmer and quarterback Zac Dysert.
We'll see if these picks stick or not in the near future, but heading into the summer, the Broncos are in very good shape and should be poised for another successful season.
Still, this is the NFL, and no team is ever a complete puzzle. There are always areas where improvements can be made, and here are a few that the Broncos could stand to focus on.