Denver Broncos have come to an agreement with Chicago Bears Defensive Coordinator Vic Fangio to become the next Head Coach. The deal is reportedly for 4-years with an option for a fifth.
Fangio was in the middle of a 3-year deal with the Bears after Matt Nagy was hired over him as Chicago’s Head Coach. This will be Fangio’s 32nd year in the NFL and his 7th team.
Defense was exactly what the Broncos needed. They have all the future Hall of Famers on that side of the ball, but for some reason floundered against the Raiders. Denver needed someone who could make it work. After all, the defense is what won the Broncos their last Super Bowl when Training Wheels Peyton Manning was slinging it.
HOWEVVA *Stephen A. Smith voice* maybe he wasn’t the best defensive guy Denver could have gotten. Remember how good the Bears’ defense was before Khalil Mack showed up? Yikes. Luckily, Fangio works well with superstar linebackers and the Broncos have two of them, Von Miller and Bradley Chubb.