OK, I figured it out on my own......
While the deductibles are within the IRS guidelines, the max out of pocket is now too high to qualify as a "high deducible health plan" by IRS rules. The max out of pocket is $6,550 for an individual or $13,100 for a family. The bronze plans were conveniently changed in 2016 to $6,600 / $13,200.
Obviously, they were not set to $50 over the max by chance. It is an obvious attempt by the insurance companies to force you into purchasing a more expensive plan if you want to keep an HSA. The HSA doesn't cost the insurance companies a penny. However, they've now found a way to make the consumer pay way more to get it!!!!!!
So to sum up 2016....... Higher premiums, higher deductibles, and no more HSA for Bronze plans because the insurance companies are getting greedy.
The ACA program is unsustainable.