Teddy is a good fit in Denver and vice versa. The are running the ball a lot and successfully and not asking him to do too much and not make turnovers which he does well. There defense is good so if he just does what Teddy does then Denver has a good shot at the post season. That said, we'll understand a lot better in the following weeks as Denver faces the Ravens, Steelers, Raiders and Browns before they get an easier game vs WFT.
I think it has more to do with Darnold being more willing to push the ball down field.
Robby played in the slot way more last year compared to this season. The amount of times DJ was wide ass open 15-20 yards down field last season only to have Teddy throw a 5 yard slant to Robby was fuging infuriating.
AZ is annually extremely overated.
They look good at times and then look unusually god awful. Then when they are awful, they get defended all to hell. THEN wind up 7-9 (I guess 8-9 this year) at best, while still being defended as a "potential powerhouse" team.