Thursday, September 23, 2021

Jerry Jeudy of the Broncos said he took his route to another level as he enters 2021.

The Broncos wide receiver Jerry Jedi realizes that the gap between his performance as a rookie and the explosive 2021 season that many have predicted is very small.

Therefore, Jeudy redoubled his efforts to improve his game.

The 22-year-old is known as an elite base runner from Alabama. As a rookie, he demonstrated this ability with 856 receiving yards and 3 touchdowns. But Jeudy insisted that he took the details of the route operation to another level this summer.

“When it comes to route running, you have to know when and where (cutting), and where you are improving (quarterback),” Jeudy said. “This is my biggest improvement this year-knowing the schedule of the route and where I am in the course of the route.”

Jeudy plans to combine his improved route operation with a deep understanding of Pat Shurmur’s offense.

Last year, the 15th overall pick had some shining points, such as his 92-yard touchdown catch against the Raiders in Week 17, which is the longest TD catch in the NFL in 2020. And he showed the ability to become an organizer in the 7th place. The league received 16.5 yards per game.

Jerry Jeudy of the Broncos said he took his route to another level as he enters 2021.
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