Denver Broncos quarterback Kevin Hogan scrambles away from pressure in Saturday night's 10-6 loss to the Los Angeles Rams. (Photo: Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)
The fact that the Denver Broncos lost to the Los Angeles Rams 10-6 in preseason action on Saturday night is virtually insignificant.
What is more important is the fact the Broncos got to look at a number of players in game action.
Quarterback Kevin Hogan started the game played until late in the second quarter when Brett Rypien took over and played the rest of the game.
The Broncos still have questions at inside linebacker, returner and offensive line depth as the preseason winds down.
And that brings us to the topic of the NFL preseason. This past weekend was the third week of the preseason, the long-considered dress rehearsal for the regular season. Yet, both head coaches, Sean McVay of the Rams and the Broncos Vic Fangio, sat their top players. This has become the norm in the NFL.
It's time to restructure the preseason. Mike offers some ideas on exactly what can be done, where the Broncos are, what they still must do this preseason and more in the latest edition of Broncos React.