After a long offseason, finally, we had some real, competitive football to break down.
In the Denver Broncos 27-24 win over the Seattle Seahawks, the offense looked better than it has in a long time, without a single three-and-out drive in Week 1.
A big part of the offense's success stemmed from a variety of personnel packages that coordinator Bill Musgrave unleashed, keeping Seattle on their heals for most of the game.
Not just diverse personnel packages, but how many formations Musgrave utilized within those different packages, was pretty interesting, with a new emphasis on heavier formations mixed in with spread looks. We even got a sneak peak of the OC’s jumbo package, with Billy Turner brought in as a sixth offensive lineman.
With that, after going back to the tape, here's what stood out about Musgrave's offense and all the different things he did schematically.