Bronco has lost his way in life. His marriage, his career as a cop, his self-esteem – all hang by a thread. Then he stumbles across the Mennonite Mob and his sense of purpose returns. Bronco tells himself that he’s going after the Mob in order to take down some wolves-in-sheep’s-clothing. He reasons that if he can carry out this self-appointed task, he will redeem his career and prove to his colleagues and his family that he is not a lousy cop and bad father. In reality, it’s Bronco himself who needs to be convinced of his own worth as a human being. Ultimately, it’s the unlikely friendship between these two very different men and the sacrifices they make to protect one another that redeems Bronco.